Rare Rural Idyll HomesPosted on March 9, 2011 | News
THREE prestigious detached houses in a successful South Lakeland village development offer buyers a rare opportunity.
Developers Russell Armer Homes say the final phase of architect designed Pear Tree Park, in Holme, features four-bedroomed distinguished homes with a difference.
Ready to go is bright, spacious number 79, backing on to fields and rolling countryside. It has an attached garage, parking, level rear garden, two reception rooms, en-suite master bedroom and bathroom complete with separate shower.
Russell Armer’s managing director, Martyn Nicholson, explained houses of this calibre were simply not being built any more, and represented incredible value for money.
In its prime position, number 79 is on the market for £345,000. It s stylish breakfast kitchen – complete with built-in appliances – is just one of many fine features. Others include a study and utility room.
Named after an old pear orchard, the 32-plot development is close to M6 and A6 road networks and part of a thriving country village boasting primary school, pub, shop, church and sporting facilities.
The three remaining top of the range properties all offer home buyers a unique opportunity of high quality living in the heart of the countryside.
In 50 years of house building, Pear Tree Park is one of Russell Armer s most successful developments.
An exceptional chance to own a high-quality detached home in a very popular rural community, the added incentive is interest rates are at an all-time low.
Mr Nicholson added: There is speculation they will rise, so time is of the essence if people are considering buying.
To find out more call the sales team on 01539 724282 or go to http://www.russell-armer.co.uk/. Selling agents are Hackney and Leigh Kirkby Lonsdale 015242 72111.