Thu 05 Jul 2018
More than half the homes in a niche development of just a dozen properties in the heart of Kenilworth have already been snapped up – with a chance to view the large three bedroom apartments still available coming up this Saturday (July 7th).
An open day is being held between 10am and 3pm at Warwick Place, a private road just off the bustling main thoroughfare. The scheme consists of nine apartments, most of which are more than 1,000 sq ft apiece – that’s more than your average three bedroom semi – which will all be completed imminently.
They will be joined by three four bedroom three storey town houses which are due for release later this year.
The apartments are all individually designed, offer impressive, high spec and generous living space, with most reception areas around 30 feet long. They each have a main bathroom and en suite and either a terrace or balcony.
Prices start at £385,000.
"Hi Juliana, I was driving past your offices today and realised that I never contacted you to say thank you for all your help in the purchase of Villiers Street. I am so very sorry that it took me so long, itâ€™s been a crazy few weeks! From my first property viewings with Clive to collecting the keys from Chris on completion day and all the parts in-between with yourself, I thoroughly enjoyed working with ehB. I saw lots of properties with an array of local estate agents and ehB were the most professional, knowledgeable and personable out of all of them (by a country mile!). You were fantastic at keeping track of the process the whole way through and really made me feel like an important customer. After speaking with many friends and family, it seems this is a very unique experience of an estate agents (particularly as a buyer) and therefore I really want you to know how appreciative I am. The house is really starting to feel like home already and Iâ€™m so pleased with the purchase. I have already sung the praises of ehB to my friends, family and colleagues. Once again, thank you for all your help in the purchase. All the best, G Sharp "