Work starts on second phase of Cross Hands development
10 May 2016
Preparation work has begun on the second phase of a new housing development in Carmarthenshire.
Construction of the next batch of new houses is due to start towards the end of the year. There will be a mix of two, three and four bedroom properties.
The preparations for phase two come after the success of the first phase at Maes y Parc. Of the 38 properties released onto the market, 21 have already been sold.
Once complete, Maes y Parc will consist of 127 properties.
Sharon Robinson, sales director at Persimmon Homes West Wales, said: “We’re pleased to be taking the initial steps towards phase two of Maes y Parc.
“The first phase, just as we expected, has proved to be very popular. More than half of the houses have been sold and the first families have now moved in.
“We are committed to creating a stunning new development for a wide range of different people, from first time buyers to families looking for more space.
“We’re delighted with the new homes we have already built and we’re looking forward to watching this site develop as the months and the years go by.”
Maes y Parc is the perfect setting for those who want to experience village life, while still only a short drive from Carmarthen.
The site is within easy walking distance of Maes yr Yrfa Comprehensive School and Ysgol Y Gwendraeth.
The development offers a variety of quality accommodation, ranging from The Hanbury, a three bedroom home, to the luxury of The Chedworth, a four bedroom detached home with a study and an en-suite to the master bedroom.
Persimmon’s Part Exchange scheme is available, where the house builder will organise the sale of a customer’s existing home from start to finish after two independent valuations.