The attractive development at Coach House Court is now all sold, all properties going under offer within two months of the launch.
This excellent rate of sales acts as a testament to the desirability of homes which are thoughtfully designed with sympathy to their surroundings and offer expert craftsmanship and materials.
The selection of three and four bedroom homes nestled in a quiet treed enclave within Yateley Green Conservation Area are designed to resemble a farmhouse within a courtyard of converted farm buildings.
Steve Tetlow of Mackenzie Smith commented “Westbuild have done an exceptional job of designing homes that suit the surroundings perfectly; the individual style of the properties hark back to a more traditional era. The new buildings seem so settled into their environment it is as if they have been there for years, however the properties deliver a very high specification and modern conveniences to be expected from a development of this calibre.”
Launching the properties with a show home in place and a fully landscaped courtyard area allowed those who viewed to see exactly what they were buying into and visualise themselves in this new little neighbourhood.
Guy West of Westbuild Homes added “We specialise in recreating the charm and grace of rural English period homes, whilst providing modern space and energy efficiency, and have found this approach to be popular with purchasers. The Mackenzie Smith team have done an exceptional job marketing the property excellently and dealing with our purchasers with utmost professionalism. We really hit the nail on the head with this scheme and are looking forward to similar success on our next project.”
Other new homes across the area have also been selling well, the character development Harpsden Mews in Hartley Wintney Village now has only two plots available. Click here to see the new homes for sale from Mackenzie Smith or contact your local branch with your property requirements.