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Buy off plan and beat the rush to a new home in Bedfordshire village location

29th December 2013 Print

Linden Homes is giving savvy customers the chance to snap up a dream home at a fantastic new development in Bedfordshire.

Adding to its extensive portfolio of new homes, the house builder is offering buyers the opportunity to beat the rush and reserve off plan when the first properties at its development in the village of Dunton are released for sale.

For home hunters seeking a tranquil yet thriving location for a family home or a place to relax and enjoy life, the Harvest Meadow development - located less than four miles from Biggleswade – ticks all the boxes.

A small but carefully designed selection of 24 two, three and four-bedroom homes will provide housing choice for everyone from first time buyers, growing families and those looking for a smaller, more manageable property.

Contemporary kitchens and bathrooms, energy efficiency fittings and a 10-year National House Building Council (NHBC) protection are among the many benefits.

And by reserving from plan – customers will also have the chance to cherry-pick their preferred plot and reap the further benefits of:

- Selecting a plot with a sought-after south facing garden
- Choosing their preferred taste in bathroom wall tiles
- Choosing their preferred kitchen units and worktops
- Having a blank canvas from which to plan their new home
- Lower utility bills, better sound proofing and reduced maintenance bills that new homes can offer
- New materials used in the construction process also mean that new homes are more energy efficient that their older counterparts

Harvest Meadows enjoys a prime position close to the heart of the village, which offers a real sense of community – benefiting from a parish church, village hall, playing field and pub – as well as excellent local schools.

Its road and rail links place Dunton within easy reach of commuting or recreational centres like Biggleswade, Bedford and Cambridge.

Potential home hunters can register their interest by visiting