A selection of two, three and four bedroom homes are available to buy now off-plan and those behind it say they are expecting properties to sell quickly based on previous experience.
Phase one of Barratt Homes’ Park Farm development sold out within a year of launching. Sales director Andrea Pilgrim said it’s proof of the area’s allure, with the market town having plenty of amenities and Bristol just a few minutes away.
Countryside living with easy access to Bristol
“We’re delighted by the reaction we’re getting from those wishing to settle close to popular Bristol. It is an exciting and vibrant city, and is a popular destination among buyers from across the UK,” said Barratt sales director Andrea Pilgrim. “Park Farm itself offers the best of both worlds, surrounded by beautiful countryside but with easy access to all local amenities.
“Already, we’re getting excellent feedback on phase two of this popular development, and we are expecting continued high demand.”
Two, three and four bedroom homes
Among the homes available to buy in the second phase is the spacious two-bedroom ‘Drayton’ style coach house. Priced from £234,995, it features open-plan living, a dining area and kitchen on the ground floor. There is a double master bedroom and a good-sized single room and bathroom complete the living space.
Meanwhile, the three bedroom Finchley home is priced from £299,995 and offers a spacious lounge and an open-plan kitchen/dining room with french doors to the garden. Upstairs there is an en suite master bedroom, a further double bedroom, a single bedroom and a family bathroom.
Among the four bedroom homes on offer are the semi-detached Kington family home from £332,995 and the Woodbridge priced from £339,995.
The right location
Phase two of Park Farm enjoys an excellent setting just a mile away from Thornbury High Street – which offers restaurants, pubs and a range of independent shops. Mundy playing fields are close by too – with a children’s play area, sports ground and outside pool. This exciting development is perfect for families – with St Mary’s C of E School – rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted – within walking distance.
Park Farm is located on the outskirts of Bristol, officially the best place to live in the UK – as voted by the Sunday Times. It has an exciting culture, with theatres, restaurants and pubs. And the city has also become one of the most internet-connected places in Britain – winning the Smart City Award at the World Communications Awards and Internet of Things Awards.
Find out more about the new homes at Park Farm.