Keepmoat toasts to sales success as properties at new Wolverhampton development are snapped up
Published by Claire Tinston for IPB Communications in Housing and also in Communities
Laura Handy celebrates after she sells 12 properties at Keepmoat’s Royal Gardens scheme.
A flagship housing development in the All Saints regeneration area of Wolverhampton has seen a surge of interest from buyers, in an encouraging sign for the local housing market.
Keepmoat’s Royal Gardens development at Raby Street has already secured a dozen sales and reservations, despite the show home only opening two weeks ago.
The development, just a mile from the centre of Wolverhampton, is part of the wider transformation of the All Saints area that also includes a new Tesco supermarket, shops, offices, parking and public spaces, as well as the renovation of the former Royal Hospital- bringing an historic, landmark site back into use.
Keepmoat is building 102 new two, three, four and five bedroom homes at the site, with properties suited to everyone from first time buyers to growing families.
Laura Handy, Senior Homes Sales Executive for Keepmoat said: “Considering that our first home is not yet fully complete, sales are going phenomenally well, with people already buying off plan. We’ve had all sorts of different types of customer express interest, from first time buyers to extended families. We have even had several families who live in older properties further along Raby Street tell us that they want to move to one of the new homes on the development.
“These are lovely homes, with a realistic price tag, and the wave of interest we’ve had so far is a great sign for this up and coming part of Wolverhampton.”
Homes on sales at Royal Gardens range from £99,995 to £124,995.
Financial support is available for those looking to take their first step onto the property ladder in the form of the Government-backed NewBuy scheme, which means purchasers only need to find a 5% deposit.
All properties have been designed to be stylish and practical, with a range of energy saving appliances to drive down household bills.
A show home is now open at the development. The Kelmscott-style property features a spacious ground floor with an open-plan kitchen/diner and three bedrooms, including an en-suite master bedroom.
The show home – at All Saints, Raby Street, Wolverhampton, WV2 1DT – is open from 10am until 5pm Thursday to Monday.
For more information on the development, please call 0845 034 5905 or visit www.keepmoat.com