Exclusive new homes launch in the Gower Peninsular
14 October 2013
Demand is expected to be high at a brand new housing development located in the Gower Peninsular which opened to the public for the very first time this week.
There are a limited number of homes available at the exclusive Whiteford Mews development, built by leading luxury house builders Charles Church,and it is predicted that these much sought after homes won’t stay on the market for long.
Whiteford Mews, which was built on the former site of the Gower Hotel in the pretty village of Llanrhidian near Swansea, is an exclusive development of four and five bedroom homes that complement the local environment with a combination of stone andrender finishes and roofed with grey slate.
Luly Brice, Head of Sales for Charles Church West Wales, said: “Here at Charles Church we pride ourselves on building homes to the very highest standard and our attention to detail at every stage of the construction process plays an integral part in achieving quality, luxury and style.
Whiteford Mews is an absolutely stunning development and we are very proud to open our doors to the public this week. The site has 14 stunning homes situated in an extremely enviable location in the Gower Peninsular which is an area of outstanding natural beauty, as well as being close to all the amenities in the thriving city of Swansea.
“We’ve already seen a huge amount of interest in these properties so we’re urging local house hunters to visit the site soon to be in with the chance to purchase one of our beautiful homes.”
Charles Church have a range of offers and promotions that can make it easier to purchase a dream property, including the part exchange scheme where Charles Church will arrange at least two valuations, agree a market price and buy an existing property.*
Luly continued: “Charles Church sales advisors will be on hand to offer the best advice when discussing the purchase of your brand new home – we very much look forward to seeing you there.”
*qualifying criteria needs to be met