Banner Homes launches new development in Gloucestershire
After months of anticipation from local house hunters, housebuilder Banner Homes has unveiled a new show home at the launch weekend of its Broad Meadow development in the village of Leonard Stanley. These 29 new homes in Gloucestershire, a collection of different property types ranging from two-bedroom apartments to five-bedroom detached houses, are priced from £265,000 to £475,000. A number of homes are already close to completion, with the first residents expected to move in in time for Christmas.
“There has been a great deal of interest in Broad Meadow over the past few months and we have already been inundated with enquiries, with a number of people in a position to be able to buy straight away,” says Sarah Brunell, Sales Manager for Banner Homes Midlands.
The new show home on Plot 2 of the development is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom house. It boasts a stylish kitchen with integrated appliances and wood-effect work surfaces. The living room has French doors opening out to the rear garden, making it perfect for realxing or entertaining. The master bedroom has an en suite shower room and the upstairs accommodation is completed by two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
With the help of professional interior designers, it has been decorated to make the most of the spacious interior layouts and boasts the high-quality interior specification that contributed to Banner Homes winning a Bronze for Best Medium Housebuilder at the What House? Awards 2010. The development is now open for viewing from Thursday to Monday, 10.00am to 5.00pm.
Nestled in the Gloucestershire countryside, on the fringes of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Leonard Stanley is a village with a long and distinguished history and makes a delightful location for anyone hoping to find a property in the area. It boasts an historic church, pub and village green, along with a range of shops, a doctor, a dentist and primary school, it has plenty of amenities within easy reach.
Leonard Stanley has become a sought-after dormitory village for nearby commercial centres such as Stroud, Gloucester and Bristol. It has good road links, with the M5 only three miles away granting access to Birmingham and the South West, and the A419 puts Cirencester and Swindon within easy reach. Nearby Cam & Dursley station offers services to Bristol and Birmingham while Gloucester and Swindon can be reached from Stonehouse station, just two miles away.
by Keith Osborne