There is even more good news for Loggerhead residents who are celebrating the first new homes in the area for years.
This week is New Homes Week (May 13 – 17) and Elan Homes is highlighting the potential savings to be made by choosing a new home at Brook Meadow over an older property.
And a further bonus is on offer because the stylish new homes are 65% more energy efficient than a Victorian house of the same style, on average, helping customers avoid costly utility bills.
Marie Morris, sales director for Elan Homes in the North, said: “Buying a home at Brook Meadow is stress-free home ownership.
“Buying brand new means you don’t have to inherit someone else’s choices and if you buy early enough, you can even customise your home before you move in.
“With high specification as standard and appliances covered by manufacturers’ warranties, it really takes the pressure off homebuyers.
“Add to that, a saving of more than £50,000 to bring it up to modern standards and an on-going energy saving lifestyle, and it’s no surprise the homes at Brook Meadow have attracted considerable interest.”
Customers at the popular development have registered their interest to join the front of the queue for the stylish three, four and five-bedroom homes, which are expected to be in high demand thanks to the appealing location on the Staffordshire-Shropshire border.
Current prices range from £224,995 for a Ripley style semi-detached home with three bedrooms, up to £314,995 for a four-bedroom detached Brandon style home.
In addition to the collection of appealing new homes, Elan is helping to shape the local community by creating open spaces and a play area, in addition to a significant investment of more than £250,000 in local schools
Learn more about Brook Meadow or visit Barbers office on Market Drayton.