Wed 26 Aug 2015
Property agent ehB Residential is urging people to act quickly if they want to snap up the one remaining property at Regent Mews, in Chapel Street.
The scheme has been developed by Crusian Residential and features nine three-storey town houses designed by nationally-renowned Warwick-based architects Corstorphine & Wright, with finance provided by Lloyds Bank.
Seven of the properties were sold before completion attracting first time buyers and investors.
The remaining four-bedroomed home boasts contemporary fittings, a state-of-the art kitchen area and two dedicated car parking spaces.
The second-floor bedrooms both have en-suite bathrooms and are fitted with mirrors and heated towel rails.
Edward Bromwich, of ehB Residential, said: “We are delighted with the swift take up of properties at Regent Mews which have attracted a variety of buyers including young couples moving into their first home and buyers who plan to commute to London.
(From left to right) Edward Bromwich (ehB Residential) with
Bill Wareing (Crusian Residential)
“We shouldn’t be too surprised, though, as this is a fantastic development situated in the centre of town, within five minutes of the railway station."
“We are expecting plot two will also attract a high level of interest. It is available for freehold sale and there is potential for an occupier to put in an additional extension without requiring planning consent."
“The property is fully-carpeted and boasts an attractive town garden with patio. Regency style railings are included to front of the property and the occupier will also benefit from two dedicated car parking spaces which can be accessed through electronic gates."
“It also benefits from all the advantages of modern, energy-efficient building techniques and materials as well as latest communication and entertainment technology."
“We would advise anyone looking for a high-quality regency style home in the heart of Leamington to get in touch quickly.”
Bill Wareing, of Crusian, said there has been a substantial increase in demand for town centre properties in the last 12 months.
“It is unusual for new mews houses to be built in the town centre but we recognised that four-bedroomed properties would prove highly popular among buyers”, he said.
“By using an award-winning architect to develop the scheme we have been able to create modern and contemporary style properties which have a truly light feel to them and offer a high standard of living."
“Leamington has bustling retail and leisure offering which we are certain will prove attractive to potential buyers with so much to do right on the doorstep of Regent Mews.”
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