Summerfield Homes are offering the opportunity to inspect their new development, Church Meadows, at Baltonsborough before any of the homes are built. Customers will be able to see where the properties will be and get a real feel for the scheme.
Building has begun on the new site which is located on the edge of this sought-after Somerset village. The ‘Wellie Walk’ will take place on Saturday 16th January from 10 am until noon, offering this rare chance to glimpse the development at such an early stage.
Walkers will need to wear wellies/stout shoes as the site is muddy. They will also have a chance to make a reservation on the day, securing their chosen plot before building has even begun. Soon after the event, prices will be released on the first plots that will be built.
Richard Nicol, Divisional Sales Director for Summerfield, commented:
“The Wellie Walk is a great opportunity to wander the site and see how the empty piece of ground could become a potential dream home. Summerfield will be on hand throughout the walk to answer any questions and highlight the many benefits to living at Church Meadows. We are planning to release prices on 28th January 2016 between 5pm and 7pm at Jeanes Holland Burnell’s office, High Street, Glastonbury. Any serious purchaser can reserve a released plot on that evening.”
The Government’s Help to Buy scheme, which helps both first-time buyers and home movers to buy new-build properties, is available on all open market properties. We hope this will make these fantastic properties, which will be competitively priced, further accessible to those looking to settle in this beautiful part of Somerset”.
Church Meadows will comprise three and four-bedroom homes and planners have also granted permission for a new village store for the site. Situated just four miles to the east of Glastonbury, Baltonsborough is a popular rural village that offers a good range of amenities include a village pub, primary school, post office and village hall. Baltonsborough is also within easy reach of several leading independent schools including Millfield School in Street and Wells Cathedral School, as well as a number of excellent state schools.
With a focus on high energy performance as well as good looks, the homes benefit from high levels of insulation, gas fire central heating and double glazing. In addition, all boast exceptionally high specifications including oak wood internal doors, quality (conglomerated) kitchen work surfaces, Smeg brand appliances, security alarm systems and, where appropriate, electric garage doors.
For further information about Summerfield’s Church Meadows development Wellie Walk at Baltonsborough, please visit www.summerfield.co.uk or contact the selling agents Jeanes Holland Burnell on 01458 833123.
Photo: Divisional Sales Director for Summerfield, Richard Nicol, at the brand new Church Meadows site in Baltonsborough with Tina Barber from Jeans Holland Burnell, Summerfield’s Sarah Beisly and Heather Freeman with Ian Odam, Partner at Jeans Holland Burnell.