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14th August 2013 Print
Miller Homes

Expert interior designers are busy putting the finishing touches to three new show properties at Miller Homes developments in the East Midlands.

The three-bedroom Pushkin style showhome and the four-bedroom Radcliffe at Weavers Court in Castle Donington, as well as a new, two-bedroom, show apartment at Dukesmead in Bingham, will all officially open their doors on Saturday 17 August.

Each property reflects the latest interior trends and has been designed to showcase the amount of space available for potential buyers.

The Pushkin at Weavers Court features a kitchen and dining area, and French doors into the garden, whilst the Radcliffe contains a separate dining room and en-suite to the master bedroom. The development’s mix of three and four-bedroom homes, with prices starting from £210,000, has already proven to be a big hit with buyers.

The two-bedroom show apartment at Dukesmead is one of a number of stylish new homes available at the development. With prices starting from just £99,950, all feature contemporary interiors and open-plan layouts and come complete with allocated courtyard parking and a number feature an en-suite bathroom.

“Interest levels have been strong since we started taking reservations on new properties at both developments and we have sold a number of properties off plan,” commented Julia Portington, sales manager at Miller Homes East Midlands. “However, we know everyone has been eagerly awaiting the opening of the show properties.

“It’s the perfect chance for those looking to make a move to be the first to take a look inside. Our sales team will be on hand to answer any questions and to host their own house warming party, complete with cakes, tea and a glass of fizz.”

Like all Miller Homes developments across the region, Weavers Court and Dukesmead both offer the Help to Buy scheme. Unveiled as part of this year’s budget, the initiative allows buyers to purchase a property with only a 5% deposit and helps to fund up to 20% of the purchase price in the form of an equity loan. This would make a two-bedroom apartment at Dukesmead available from as little as £79,960.

“Schemes like Help to Buy have really boosted market confidence,” concluded Julia. “They offer a flexible way to purchase and true value for money.” 

Details on Miller Homes developments across the East Midlands can be found at

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