A new house building company set up by the Bourne-based Larkfleet Group has launched its first development site.
Allison Homes has announced plans for a collection of ten stone-built properties close to the centre of Stamford, just outside the old town wall.
Anvil Mews is a mix of three-bedroom and four-bedroom town houses arranged around a central courtyard which offers two parking spaces per property plus some visitor parking. Prices range from £410,000 to £595,000. The company has created an innovative 3D virtual tour of the development on its website at allison-homes.co.uk/luxury-homes.
Work has already started on site and the houses will be ready for occupation in the summer of 2015.
Allison Homes has been launched by Larkfleet to bring an old name in the building industry back to life. Larkfleet Group CEO Karl Hick was at one time managing director of a company named Allison Homes and Nigel Parsons, now managing director of the new Allison Homes, worked for him there as site manager and later contracts manager. More recently he has worked for Larkfleet as managing director of construction.
Nigel said: “Alison Homes is an entirely new company but the name has a real history. We are aiming to recreate the quality and customer service that made the original Allison Homes such a success.
“The Anvil Mews development is the first of several that will be announced over the next few months as we get the business established.”
Anvil Mews is being sold through Stamford-based agents King West. A recent invitation-only viewing of the plans attracted interest from a range of potential buyers.