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With a contemporary design in traditional Bath stone and open-plan interiors with extra-spacious rooms, Crest Nicholson is hoping that its Bath Riverside scheme in the heart of the historic town will appeal to a broad range of buyers. The company has noted that there has been significant interest from older purchasers looking to downsize from a larger property.
The Chancellor George Osborne last week took time out of his busy schedule to join housebuilder Crest Nicholson at its Denby Bank development in Ripley, Derbyshire.
The visit formed part of a wider tour of the Midlands being undertaken by the Chancellor following his 2013 Budget announcement last month, and saw the Chancellor, together with local leader Nigel Mills MP, enjoying a tour of the site to see how the latest measures to boost the residential property market are working in practice.
The sharp sea air, the soothing sound of waves crashing and the constant holiday feeling - owning a home by the sea is a dream many of us may think is unobtainable. However, housebuilders are working hard to meet the demand for coastal homes and there are options suitable for all budgets and tastes. Here we show you a selection of what's on offer around the UK.
National housebuilder Crest Nicholson has launched a range of apartments in Marehay, on the outskirts of Ripley, Derbyshire. These new properties are sure to appeal to owner-occupiers and investors alike, with rental returns of up to 6% expected. Prices start at £85,950.
Denby Bank is located on the site of the old Denby Pottery, one of the country's most famous ceramics manufacturers and comprises a mix of property types with one to four bedrooms.
New homes at Crest Nicholson's Harvest Fields development have been snapped up by purchasers, with over 90% of properties now sold.
The housebuilder reports that the wide selection of three-, four- and five-bedroom homes has proved especially popular with families and older couples.
Crest Nicholson is inviting property seekers looking for new homes in Birmingham to register their interest ahead of the launch of the latest phase of the Park Central regeneration scheme in the city centre. The latest phase, Central Plaza, goes on sale in February and will offer a selection of apartments.
Homebuyers are being invited to visit the latest Crest Nicholson site's impressive show home and find out more about the high specification two-, three- and four-bedroom homes available in the South West, Westerleigh Mews in Yate.
Crest Nicholson's friendly sales team will be on hand to welcome visitors to the stylish four-bedroom Hallingbury show home between 10am and 5pm, Thursday to Monday, from Saturday 12 January.
With a wide selection of properties available, it's no wonder one of Crest Nicholson's South Wales developments has less than 15% of properties left. Penarth Heights has something for most budgets with a mix of contemporary one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom homes.
The success of Crest Nicholson's St John's Park development in Marlborough has been attributed to the wide range of property types on offer at the development. With over 90% of the properties at the scheme already sold, there are still a few opportunities for house-hunters to snap up one of the remaining new homes there. Prices for these new homes in Wiltshire start at £219,995.