If you’re looking to move into your first home or downsize, there are also just two Blenheim homes left. These two-bedroom properties feature a spacious open-plan kitchen, living and dining room – perfect for entertaining – and a convenient cloakroom on the ground floor. Upstairs you’ll find the family bathroom, along with two well-proportioned bedrooms. Both are priced from at £161,950.
Angela Thomas, sales and marketing manager at Peveril Homes, said: “Our show homes are always the jewel in the crown at our developments, and the Calke at Appletree Meadow is no exception.
“As it’s priced at £194,950, you can see what great value for money it is, especially as it includes fixtures and fittings, plus carpets. I would encourage interested parties to enquire now – as it’s unlikely to remain available for long.”
This pretty edge-of-village location offers a rare opportunity to acquire property of unique style and character in one of the best locations around. Etwall is a 'real' village, with a heart, soul and true sense of community. Appletree Meadow nestles on the edge of the thriving village, adjoining open countryside, yet everything you need is right on your doorstep. It features several useful amenities; including convenience stores, pubs and a restaurant, as well as a new leisure centre, and is in close proximity to excellent travel links, such as the A38 and A50.
To find out more about the show home in Etwall, contact the head-office sales department: 01773 880550 open Monday–Friday, 8.30am–5.30pm. Outside of these hours please contact: 07787007856 | www.peverilhomes.co.uk
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Sheeba Ali or Rachael Chew at MMS on 01889 584808
Image Caption: The Calke show home
About Peveril Homes
Peveril Homes is a Midlands-based house-builder, with a reputation for achieving a consistently high-quality build in traditional homes, combining new design and technology to develop quality housing which meets the demands of 21st-century living.
As a Midlands regional house-builder based in Derbyshire, Peveril Homes develops around 150–200 houses a year, on various sites throughout the Midlands, including Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Staffordshire.