New Home Open Days in Llanymynech

New Home Open Days in Llanymynech

Join Primesave Properties at Meadowdale with a host of Open Days being held throughout June to showcase the homes available at our latest homes development in Llanymynech.

Primesave Properties will holding open days on the following days between 11.00am and 3.00pm, inviting visitors to visit the site, see the homes available and to speak to the team:

Saturday 9th June 2018;
Saturday 16th June 2018;
Saturday 23rd June 2018;
Saturday 30th June 2018.

This development is ideal for families or those looking for an easily accessible home in a village location with good local amenities and facilities in the towns of Oswestry and Shrewsbury. The development also has good travel links to Mid and North Wales via the A483 and A5, and the Midlands – perfect for commuters.

About Llanymynech

Llanymynech is a village near the Shropshire/ Mid Wales border, based just outside Oswestry. There is a number of dining establishments in the area, as well as a post office, primary school, village hall and more. For outdoors fans, there is a golf course, bowling club and some beautiful walks in the area.

Based 10 minutes from Oswestry, there is a range of supermarkets, sports facilities, independent shops, and leisure facilities within easy distance – offering the benefits of a town, but without living in the centre.

Meadowdale Open Day

If you would like to know more about Meadowdale, why not get in touch with our team today, or note our open days in the diary on Saturday 9th, 16th, 23rd or 30th June.

The Primesave Properties team will be on hand to meet guests, provide all the information you may need about the development, what you can expect from a Primesave property, and how you can tailor it to your requirements when buying off plan, as well as answering any additional questions you may have.

For further information why not speak to the Primesave Properties team, 01743 241135 or email properties@primesave.co.uk today.

Meadowdale Postcode – SY22 6JX

 

 

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