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Moseley Lodge, Leamington Spa

Fri 18 Nov 2016

A luxury development of apartments in Leamington Spa has been unveiled to homebuyers.

Property agent ehB Residential is inviting potential purchasers to view the new Moseley Lodge development, in Kenilworth Road, ahead of it being completed next month.

The scheme, by developers Balaclava Projects Limited, features three two-bedroom and one three-bedroom ultra-luxe, through-floor  apartments from 2,000sqft, each with a private outdoor terrace.

The homes have been fitted to outstanding quality and boast reclaimed oak parquet flooring, Sonos sound wired throughout and SieMatic kitchens with fully fitted and integrated high-end appliances and Italian marble countertops.

All bedrooms are en-suite and each apartment has two allocated parking spaces.

The homes start at £750,000 and will be ready for occupation in December. They are now available to view and purchase, with one of the first floor apartments already under offer.

Edward Bromwich, of ehB Residential, said: “This is a sensitive but contemporary conversion and there is nothing like it in Leamington.

“These high-quality residential properties feature first-class fixtures and fittings and each include a beautiful private terrace.

“Moseley Lodge is in a highly sought after location, based within walking distance of the town centre as well as Leamington’s parks and the river.

“It’s rare to get such a wonderful collection of apartments in such a sough-after location – Leamington’s popularity with buyers shows absolutely no sign of waning as the town has it all.

“We, therefore, anticipate this being a popular development and look forward to welcoming those who wish to view the properties.”

Viewings can be booked by calling ehB Residential, in Leamington Spa, on 01926 881 144.

"Dear Josephine and all at ehB. Just a quick note to thank you for all your help and support. It has been invaluable during a very stressful time, and I cannot begin to explain how your thoughts, advice and courage has got us through. We are thrilled to begin our lives in our new home."
Angharad and Christopher

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