New home development in Kinnerley – Primesave Properties Showcase
Primesave Properties are delighted to announce the first properties on their development on Ashbrook Meadow in the beautiful village of Kinnerley are now occupied. The initial 3 properties were recently all completed and ready for their new owners to move in.
Each property was individually tailored and designed for their new owners and Primesave Properties worked with them to create their own home unique to them.
Whether you are an experienced property owner looking to downsize, an expanding family climbing up the ladder or a first time buyer, Primesave Properties work with all their buyers on a personal level to help them throughout the entire house buying process and create a place they can truly call home.
Primesave Properties sites are unique in that each house is completely different. Each kitchen is specifically designed to the purchasers taste with choices of kitchen units, tiles, appliances and carpet. On several sites Primesave Properties have even redesigned internal layouts to suit buyers requirements, whether it be creating open plan living spaces or building more traditional separate rooms, everything is truly tailored to the customer.
With further completions due this month on Ashbrook Meadow, Kinnerley there are now only 2 plots available. With only one 3 bed bungalow remaining from £215,000 and a 4 bedroom family home from £249,950, Primesave invite you to come to the new home development in Kinnerley on Saturday May 30th 11am-3pm. You will be able to see a finished home and discuss internal finishes and layouts with new home experts from agents Morris Marshall and Poole and the developers themselves.
Primesave Properties also have sites under construction in Great Ness where only 1 plot remains, Trinity Street in Belle Vue, Shrewsbury and upcoming developments in Minsterley and the Oswestry area. Should you wish to register interest or book an appointment to discuss any of these up coming sites please email Keri at [email protected].Back to News