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Move fast at Pennine Grange

15th February 2017 Print
The Welwyn house type

Award winning homebuilder Redrow is celebrating success at its Pennine Grange development in Tamworth as it gets close to putting the ‘sold’ sign up.

The collection of 66 properties from Redrow’s Art & Crafts inspired Heritage Collection has proved extremely popular thanks to the mix of one, two, three and four-bedroom homes styles provided.

But it means house hunters wishing to make their home at Pennine Grange, off Pennine Way, need to move quickly or their dream of securing such a desirable property in Staffordshire could go to pot.

There are only three homes remaining at Pennine Grange so, until Redrow tees off its new homes collection at Amington Garden Village, on the site of a former golf course, buyers need to act now to get the keys to a brand new Tamworth property that’s above par.

“Homeowners have simply loved this development, from the carefully crafted Heritage Collection homes with their traditional exteriors complementing very modern and spacious interiors; to the perfect location with everything, shops, schools, restaurants and other leisure facilities so close to hand,” says Pauline Turnbull, sales director for Redrow Homes (Midlands).

“It has taken less than two years to see Pennine Grange become a friendly and thriving community, which is wonderful to be a part of. But it means for those who have been thinking of becoming its latest and maybe final residents, time is ticking by.”

There are two styles of homes still available, both equal in terms of style and practicality.

At £354,995, The Welwyn offers 1,533 sq ft of living space that’s very much designed with modern living in mind. Recognising that the kitchen is the heart of family life, it features an open plan kitchen, dining and family room, with adjoining utility, that spans the rear of the property and overlooks the garden. This sociable space is complemented by a separate lounge for those moments when a little peace and relaxation is needed.

A convenient cloakroom completes the ground floor while, upstairs, the master bedroom benefits from an en-suite, with the remaining three bedrooms sharing the family bathroom.

The Sunningdale, at £374,995, offers a similarly high-spec level of sophistication but with some subtle design differences.

Spanning 1,654 square feet in total, open plan areas downstairs again encourage a homely atmosphere when the family is together, while a separate lounge and study means there can be time alone too. The Sunningdale boasts four good-sized bedrooms two of which enjoy the luxury of an en-suite.

And buyers wanting either property could take advantage of Help to Buy, the Government-backed Equity Loan scheme which reduces the initial cost by up to 20%. Crucially the 20% equity loan is interest free for the first five years and those purchasing a property with Help to Buy should only need to put down a 5% deposit.

Of course those who might not be successful in becoming one of Pennine Grange’s final residents - or may not be in a position to buy right now - can look forward to Redrow’s Amington Garden Village, off Eagle Drive, Amington, which is due to launch in April.

There is already a database of more than 500 people waiting for news of Amington Garden Village so anyone wishing to be among them should register as soon as possible at

For more information about the four remaining homes at Pennine Grange, go to Alternatively, visit the show home and sales centre between Thursday and Monday inclusive, from 10am to 5.30pm.

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The Welwyn house type