Proposals to create a new housing development in Rainhill have been given the go-ahead by St Helens Council, which will see Countryside deliver a collection of 89 new high quality homes on the former Oak Tyres site on Warrington Road.
A new residential development in Hunts Cross is already proving popular with buyers, with eight homes having been purchased at Morris Homes’ Elmswood Fold in just four weeks.
Over 75’s in Merseyside who are looking to downsize in later life, can now be amongst the first to reserve one of McCarthy & Stone’s delightful new Assisted Living properties in Southport.
Homebuyers in Liverpool are being urged to register their interest in brand new family homes on the site of the former New Heys school.
Morris Homes is already preparing to welcome residents to its new Elmswood Fold development in Hunts Cross, after the first two properties were snapped up when the site opened at the weekend.
Close to some of Liverpool’s top performing schools, with the thriving amenities of Lark Lane and Allerton Road nearby, when it comes to location Carnatic Court is first class.
‘Homes Fit for Study’ released by the NUS last month revealed that more than three quarters (76%) of respondents had experienced problems with the condition of their home in the private rented sector. From mould to mice, the report reinforces a need for new quality housing.
An HM Government document from July 2013 describes the huge £10.2 billion contribution overseas students make to Britain. It highlights the need to “look after them while they are here” and part of that host role is decent student accommodation.
A brand new phase of homes has gone on sale at Lovell’s popular Garston development presenting an exciting new opportunity for Liverpool buyers.
Countryside Properties has secured planning permission to deliver its brand new Home development in Speke, offering buyers a range of two and three-bedroom homes starting at just £109,950.
UK house builder says it is now possible to enjoy a brand new home in Liverpool for less than the price of the average family’s weekly shop.
Liverpool buyers will have the rare opportunity to own a brand new home in the Mossley Hill Conservation Area with the launch of Carnatic Court next weekend (January 25).
With British homes reportedly shrinking, a brand new development in Garston is providing families with plenty of space at an affordable price.
As first time buyer numbers soar to a six year high, a team of experts are offering advice on how to take advantage of the Government’s Help to Buy initiative in Garston.
Uninhabitable homes and boarded up windows were once a decaying testament to over 20 years of neglect of properties in Liverpool’s Beaconsfield Street.
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