With homes selling faster than ever - reportedly twice as fast as in 2019 pre-Pandemic -  Redcliffe Homes have released figures confirming this trend in Gloucestershire.

At their latest development, the Strawberry Field in Hempsted Village, 15 out of 25 new homes have already been reserved since the beginning of 2022.

Lorraine Kendrick, Redcliffe’s head of sales and marketing, said: “Our original research revealed definite demand for high quality environmentally-sustainable new homes in the area, and the reaction we are seeing here reflects that we’re delivering the right kind of sustainable solution to meet local housing needs.

“We aim to combine excellence in design and quality, with a sympathetic consideration of the needs and concerns of the local community and the environments where we build.

“The Strawberry Field is fulfilling all these criteria and we’re very excited by the positive feedback from purchasers who have already moved in – great reactions to the car charging points, fibre internet and how well-spaced out the homes are.

“We have really been wowed by people’s responses, and with spring now well and truly here the location of these new homes within the village of Hempsted is giving them a lot of kerb appeal.”

The limited number of 3 and 4 bedroom homes for sale on this small development are suitable for a range of purchasers, from first-time buyers to family homes and even people looking to downsize for their retirement, who want a rural village on the edge of Gloucester city with all it has to offer. 

Showhome viewings are available by pre-booked appointment only on 01452 923966. The Marketing Suite is open Thursday to Monday from 10am - 5pm.

Posted by Mandy Parker