Sales rocket on Charles Church self-build scheme
22 July 2016
Househunters have snapped up 50 per cent of the self-build plots at a sought-after development in Gosforth.
Twenty of the 39 serviced plots at Charles Church’s development Elmwood Park Green at Newcastle Great Park have been sold with more expected to go in the coming weeks.
Self-build gives buyers the freedom to design and construct their own home, which can be up to three storeys high. The plots come me in five different sizes to suit various budgets with essential work such as utilities and telecommunication already completed for the customer.
When completed Elmwood Park Green will be part of an exciting new residential area at Newcastle Great Park which will consist of 2,500 homes. It is situated on the A1 giving easy access to Newcastle city centre and the north. The project will also include a high quality retail and business park as well as health, leisure and community facilities.
Half of the 1,200 acre site is also being landscaped to create a mix of woodland and meadowland with hills, vales and streams.
Debbie Zaben, sales and marketing director for Charles Church North East, said: “The introduction of self-build plots at our Elmwood Park Green site has turned out to be a huge hit with buyers who want space and the chance to create the perfect home for them.”
“Those looking for a property are more informed about the potential of a home than ever before and this is reflected by the demand to customise a house. We’re proud we can offer our customers this choice and it is certainly proving popular.”
“The plots come in five different sizes to suit everyone’s budget varying from £155,000 to £170,000 and as a result self-build plots have been considered to be cheaper, greener and more innovatively designed.”
“We’re delighted with the take-up already and we anticipate that the remaining plots will soon be snapped up. I would encourage anyone who is interested to get in touch sooner rather than later.”
For more information customers are encouraged to visit the marketing suite off Sir Bobby Robson way.