Wed 01 Feb 2017
Bloor Homes: bringing couples together in Southam
With research showing that millions of couples can’t remember the last time they went on a date and one in five only managing to go out together twice a year*, Bloor Homes is giving couples in Leamington and Southam a helping hand this Valentine’s Day.
The family-owned developer is offering anyone who reserves a home at its Southam Grange development before 10th February the opportunity to win a three course meal for two and a bottle of champagne at Mallory Court on Valentine’s evening.
Vanessa Macnee, Sales Director for Bloor Homes explains: “We appreciate the busy and pressured lives which our customers lead and develop designs which purposefully accommodate the needs of modern day living.
“This year however we wanted to go one step further by offering potential purchasers the chance to spend quality time with their partner at one of the region’s most sought after venues, creating a truly memorable Valentine’s experience for one of our buyers. We will take care of the food and the bubbly – all they need to do is relax and enjoy themselves.”
Southam Grange offers a range of two, three and four bedroom homes. Two bedroom apartments, ideally designed for both couples and young professionals are currently available from £167,500 or £134,000 under Help to Buy. Meanwhile, the four bedroom Caulke home of the month is available from £390,000 or as little as £312,000 with Help to Buy.
For more information on the home and incentives available, please visit the sales centre on Banbury Road, Southam, CV47 2BJ. Alternatively contact the sales advisor on 01926 679 548 or visit https://bloorhomes.com/developments/south-midlands/southam-grange.
"Dear Chris, I just wanted to write to thank you for all your help and guidance on my recent property purchase. Your calm professionalism has guided me through the long process and it has been a real pleasure to do business with you. Thank you. I am placing the property for rental with EhB so I am sure our paths will cross again. Once again many thanks. Kind regards, Annie "