One ‘storey’ you won’t want to miss
17 November 2012
The lure of living in an attractive location has proved hard to resist amongst new home buyers in Willington, as Britain’s most traditional house type – the bungalow – has received unprecedented interest at Charles Church Teesside’s picturesque development, The Ridings.With just four bungalows now remaining at The Ridings, Sales Director at Charles Church Teesside, Christine Cooper is urging interested househunters to take advantage of the low prices on offer before it’s too late.
Christine said: “Traditionally a home for the mature purchaser among us, the bungalow has quickly become popular with younger buyers whose children have left home and are looking for a smaller property that can they retire into in later life.
“It’s quite rare that an opportunity arises to acquire one of these designs and many of our purchasers have been waiting for high quality bungalows in the region. We’re pleased to be responding to customer needs in such a way, making even more househunters’ dreams a reality and with such affordable prices we are not expecting the remaining bungalows to be available for long.”
The final bungalows at The Ridings include the detached two bedroom Bamburgh, a spacious new home with a single garage. The sizable lounge is located at the heart of the home, while the open plan kitchen/dining area, which overlooks the rear facing garden has access the garage.
The master bedroom comes complete with en-suite facilities, with the second bedroom, located at the front of the bungalow, serviced by the family bathroom.
Christine added: “Local people are wising up to the benefits of buying a bungalow, and the rising popularity is a trend that we’ve seen at The Ridings.”