Demand for luxury houses for sale in Quedgeley, Gloucester is strong
17 January 2011
Proving househunters desire somewhere truly special to call home, developer of the county’s finest properties, Charles Church is reporting The Poplars development in Gloucester is continuing to sell ahead of schedule.
The Charles Church brand has built an excellent reputation for building premium new homes and Charles and his wife Susanna Church laid the foundations to their first exquisite properties in Surrey in 1965. Since then the company has built hundreds of attractive developments across the country, subsequently satisfying countless homeowners.
The Poplars epitomises the Charles Church brand and hosts an attractive range of three and four bedroom premium housetypes, which have been attracting couples, families and executives ever since the development’s launch. The development is set in an established area of the new community being developed in Quedgeley and is surrounded by beautiful mature trees.
Charles Church attributes the popularity to a number of factors as Alison Reading, sales director for the company explains: “We pride ourselves on creating desirable houses in sought-after locations and this is exactly what we’ve achieved at The Poplars. Our properties include spacious interiors, large gardens and double garages making them the ideal place to call home.
“A number of our purchasers will be moving in before Christmas, and demonstrating the attractiveness of The Poplars we’ve taken several Early Bird reservations from househunters who want to secure their place at the development before their particular houses have even been built!”
Prices for the new houses for sale in Quedgeley, Gloucester start from £198,995 for the stunning three bedroom Kennington housetype, while the four bedroom designs are priced from £234,995. Charles Church will consider Part Exchange for homebuyers with existing properties to sell.
The Poplars enjoys easy access to Gloucester city centre which is an excellent location with a good road network as it is located close to Junction 12 of the M5 enabling residents to enjoy semi rural life with access to nearby towns and cities.