Houses for sale in Birmingham are an instant success
21 January 2011
Living in a beautiful parish village, which is steeped in history, is obviously appealing to househunters in Worcestershire as a new housing development in Alvechurch is proving to be an extremely popular choice.
Ever since the launch of Persimmon Homes South Midlands’ latest development Lacewood Gardens in Alvechurch received a flurry of interest from a range of differing purchaser groups due to the site’s fantastic location and the range of competitively priced housetypes on offer.
Alison Reading, sales director for Persimmon Homes South Midlands, states: “Alvechurch is well known as being one of the most attractive villages south of Birmingham, so we are very excited to open our latest development here.”
Lacewood Gardens, which is situated on the former Crown Meadow Primary School site, comprises a beautiful collection of two, three and four bedroom houses for sale in Birmingham. With only 72 new homes being created coupled with the site’s instant popularity, househunters are being urged to register their interest before they potentially miss out on their favourite plot.
Alison concludes: “We had over 60 appointments at the launch event and already taken Early Bird reservations on a great number of properties, which is proof that demand for quality new housing in sought-after locations is still booming. Our marketing suite marketing presence will be on site from 15th January, enabling further interested househunters to view the properties available and find the home of their dreams.”
Lacewood Gardens is located within walking distance to the heart of Alvechurch, which hosts a number of local conveniences including shops and restaurants. The nearby towns of Reditch and Bromsgrove are both within five miles, while Birmingham city centre is just 11 miles to the north of Alvechurch. In addition, with close proximity to the train station and the M42, residents at Lacewood Gardens will benefit from excellent transport links to the rest of the country.