Perfect Pewsey homes for later life

Perfect Pewsey homes for later life

Excitement is mounting for the opening of the Whatley Mews showhome in Pewsey on Saturday September 27 with a number of presentations organised to help would-be purchasers explore the individual potential of the homes, and £1,000 of Waitrose shopping vouchers for reservations made before the end of the month.

Just 11 homes exclusively for buyers aged 55 and over, Whatley Mews is the last phase to be built at Whatley Drive, offering a flat walk just minutes from Pewsey village centre with its varied selection of shops.  The railway station is also close to hand which could free older homebuyers from the need to run a car, although allocated parking spaces are still provided for each home.

At the heart of the mews development a beautifully landscaped communal garden is being developed for residents to enjoy with none of the worry of maintaining it.  

Yet although the garden and other communal areas will be cared for by a management company, all home-buyers at Whatley Mews will own their properties outright.  

Unlike many other similar schemes homeowners here will have total independence within their own freehold homes, at the same time benefitting from becoming part of a community of independent homeowners, and the security that offers.

With seven different house types to choose from, Redcliffe has created Whatley Mews as the perfect place to downsize and release capital without compromising on quality of life.

Lorraine Kendrick, marketing and sales manager of Redcliffe Homes, said: “These properties are ideal for those seeking an elegant new home in a beautiful location.

“Purchasers can choose from two- or three-bedroom designs, allowing space for visits from family or friends, or a spare room for a hobby or study, or even a bolt-hole for when they return from their home abroad.

“Each new home has been designed with the latest labour-saving and energy efficiency methods in mind, but with the design and looks of traditional English village homes. Because of this running costs are low compared to older houses, and maintenance is easy.”

Pewsey is ideally located for enjoying the wider Wiltshire countryside, with countryside walks directly accessible from the new homes and great footpaths along the neighbouring Marlborough Downs.  The village offers a wide range of facilities, including a good choice of clubs and societies, including bowls, cricket, bridge and WI.

The two-bed showhome will be open from 11am to 3pm on September 27th and further information is available from the Marketing Suite, open daily from 10 am to 5pm (tel: 01672 564680).  

Posted by Thyme Morris