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Charles Church arrives in Hereford

15th June 2010 Print
Cllr Toon and Charles Church sales manager Rose Haynes

As a developer renowned for creating fine homes with excellent quality employed as standard, it should come as welcome news to househunters looking to buy a brand new property in the beautiful market town of Hereford that Charles Church has announced it’s commitment to the area by developing at its latest development to launch Mulberry Park.

The Charles Church brand has built an excellent reputation for creating desirable homes in sought-after locations. Charles and his wife Susanna Church laid the foundations to their first exquisite properties in Surrey in 1965 and since then the company has built hundreds of attractive developments across the country, subsequently satisfying countless homeowners.

Alison Reading, sales director for Charles Church, states: “This is a very exciting time for Charles Church as Hereford is such an attractive place, so we’re looking forward to bringing desirable brand new homes to the area.”

At Mulberry Park, Charles Church‘s exclusive new residential area will include a range of executive two, three and four bedroom properties, which all boast impressive external façades and inspiring interior layouts.

Launching from the company’s sumptuous Cherrington four bedroom showhome on 29th May, Charles Church hosted an event for local residents to fine out more about the homes on offer. Local celebrity chef, Jill Bunn, created a beautiful spread of cakes and treats for visitors to enjoy on the day and Mayoress Anna Toon kindly cut the ribbon to announce Mulberry Park as open.

Alison concludes: “Our launch day was a great success and I’d like to thank everyone who attended especially our prestigious guest Mayor for opening our wonderful showhome.”

For further information on homes available, visit the marketing suite on 07802 290 846, open daily, 10am to 5.30pm.

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Cllr Toon and Charles Church sales manager Rose Haynes