WITH the final phase of a popular housing development in Worcester now on sale, buyers will need to act fast if they don’t want to be left out in the cold.

Situated on Newton Road, less than two miles from the city centre by car and close to the Royal Worcestershire Hospital, the location, combined with the high specification and carefully considered design of the homes has made Stableford a popular choice with buyers.

Now, with the last few properties available, Elan Homes is encouraging buyers to act now to avoid disappointment.

Elan Regional Sales Director Tracey Ball said: “Many of the homes at our Stableford are now occupied. Among those who’ve moved here are people who work locally and truly appreciate the convenience of living in a brand new home. They’re enjoying the benefit of having a home that’s easy to manage, efficient to run with no hidden repairs required.

“We’re also working with a number of people who want to join them, but as we’ve just released the final phase of properties, time really is of the essence. We’d urge anyone looking for a new home in this part of Worcester to contact the sales team without delay.”

The final phase offers a choice of four and five-bedroom homes priced from £380,000 to £565,000.

Subject to build stage, customers will be able to select from a range of standard and upgrades to make their home their own. Options available include the kitchen finish, bathroom tiles, wardrobes and flooring.

“Instead of having to make do with the previous owners’ décor and adapting it to your tastes over time, you start with a blank canvas,” Tracey explained.

“But what really sets new build homes apart from older properties is their energy efficiency. Based on Energy Performance Certificate data, the average cost for heating, light and hot water in a new build house in England is £399 a year compared to £885 for older homes. That’s a saving of almost 55% and that’s without factoring in the extra energy used while people have been staying at home to stay safe.”

Some of the larger properties at Stableford include a dedicated study, perfect for home working. For those who still need to go into work, the homes make an ideal base for commuters. Worcester Shrub Hill and Worcester Foregate Street stations are within easy reach for connections to Birmingham, London Paddington, Gloucester and Bristol. Junction seven of the M5 is just 12 miles away, offering links to the M42 and M40.

To find out more about the homes available at Stableford, or to make an appointment to view the show home, see the website or call 01905 885391.

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