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Three is the magic number at Cae Ffynnon

11th August 2012 Print
The Thorpes at Cae Ffynnon

A surge of buyers keen to enjoy quality eco-friendly homes in North Cornelly means just three homes remain at a popular development in the village.

Set in an idyllic location, the properties created by developer Elan Homes at Cae Ffynnon, have been admired and sought after by homebuyers in search of a tranquil, rural location.

Andrea Nippe, head of sales for Elan’s Southern region, said “We’re fast approaching the end of this development with many of the homes already occupied. The area enjoys a traditional sense of community and with three properties still available purchasers have a final opportunity to be part of the blossoming neighbourhood.”

The remaining three-bedroom homes are all ready to move into and come with a trio of benefits too; with stamp duty paid, fully fitted carpets and turfed gardens. A former view home is one of the remaining homes for sale, which also generously includes stylish curtains and light fittings.

The select development comprises just 14 new homes, with high specification fixtures and fittings, including the latest kitchen appliances.

But for householders who are worried about soaring fuel bills and passionate about reducing their carbon footprint, the homes at Cae Ffynnon have another surprise in store with eco-friendly features built into each home.

Andrea added: “Purchasers can be confident that instead of the current trend of watching bills rise, thanks to the eco-friendly design of each property, the cost of running a home should actually come down, with solar panels, energy efficient light fittings and rainwater butts as standard.”

Prices for the remaining homes at the development, which have appealed to families keen to take advantage of village life, range from just £139,995 to £142,995.

For homeowners with a property to sell Elan can help ease their selling woes, with part exchange, to make the process swift and easy for a coveted move.

“Part-exchange is the ideal option for people who want to move quickly and don’t want to be delayed while they sell their current house,” said Andrea.

“Statistics show the average seller has to show many viewers around their home before a deal is struck. But part exchange removes the hassle and speeds up the whole process, with no chains, agent’s fees or a frustrating lengthy delay.

North Cornelly offers homebuyers the best of both worlds, the quiet village has a small selection of shops and provides a peaceful environment to take advantage of the surrounding countryside, yet offers easy access to the M4 motorway for commuters.

The golden coastline and seaside resort of Porthcawl is only four miles away and the busy town of Bridgend is just six miles away, offering a host of retail and leisure experiences. The charming Kenfig Nature Reserve and beach provides stunning coastal walks with charming views.

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The Thorpes at Cae Ffynnon