Work starts on £22m housing development in Stamford
Wynbrook Homes based in Radcliffe on Trent, Nottingham has commenced works on a luxury £22million residential scheme in Stamford.
The new niche development named Top Lock Meadows located on Uffington Road will provide high quality, superior homes ranging in price from £400,000 to £1.4million.
Wynbrook Homes are renown for bespoke residences and the homes at Top Lock Meadows will offer three specification ranges providing increasing levels of personalisation to include a choice of beautiful contemporary kitchens and bathrooms, bespoke staircases, fitted wardrobes and internal doors and ironmongery.
Properties on offer will comprise mainly of four and five bedroom detached luxury homes with separate garages; some featuring either a studio or additional room above them. The residences will be sited on good sized plots and a number will be situated within private gated locations. Wynbrook is also offering individual landscape architect designed rear gardens to the most prestigious £1million+ residences where buyers will be rewarded with beautiful southerly aspect views over the Old Mill and towards Burghley Park.
Mike Day, managing director of Wynbrook Homes, said: "our reputation for high quality residences goes before us and we are proud to be adding high specification housing stock built from locally quarried and sourced materials to the prestigious town of Stamford."
Stamford based independent Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents Richardson, will be marketing the properties, although interest in the development has already resulted in a number being sold off plan.
Alister Leach of Richardson Surveyors is acting agent for the development and said: "We are extremely excited about bringing these high-quality homes to the Stamford market and are already generating a considerable amount of interest. The designs and layouts have proved extremely popular offering a wide range of property styles with the added benefit of been located within walking distance of the town centre."