Park life proves to be a real hit
20 April 2015
An exciting new development built opposite one of Birmingham’s prettiest parks is proving a big hit with buyers – with just 3 of the 167 homes left to sell.
Persimmon Homes says a combination of great location and superb quality means its new homes at Cofton Fields in Cofton Hackett are selling in double-quick time.
And the builder says the speed at which buyers are snapping up the homes shows that real confidence is now returning to the property market.
Andy Peters, managing director for Persimmon Homes South Midlands, said its new homes at Cofton Fields offered something for everybody in one of Birmingham’s most desirable locations, in between the Lickey Hills and the 135 acre Cofton Park.
“There is no doubt that we are starting to see a real return of confidence to the housing market, but price, quality and location must be exactly right,” Andy said.
“Cofton Fields has proved particularly popular for all those reasons since the first homes went on sale in 2013. It combines the benefits of living in a leafy suburb with the attractions of city life, with the centre of Birmingham within easy reach.
Andy said Cofton Fields featured a range of two, three, four and five bedroom homes, with just three and four bed properties remaining with prices from £242,995.
The prime location of Cofton Fields - just off Groveley Lane – meant transport links with the Midlands’ motorway network were second to none, while Birmingham’s vibrant cultural, shopping and entertainment centre is less than 10 miles away.