Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Excitement over Lusso Homes flagship launch in the Lincolnshire Wolds

Lusso Homes’ flagship residential site, Tye’s Close, Ludford is gearing up to host their first Open Day.

As Lusso has already sold some of the homes and has had a great amount of interest, they would like to invite those thinking of downsizing to come and view the homes to see what makes a Lusso Home different from traditional park home style properties.

With only 9 homes planned on the site, each resident can benefit from an upgraded lifestyle while downsizing their existing home.

All of the homes are either on site already or due to be delivered this year (2023). Lusso offer a variety of choices, including the traditional layouts of the Prestige Residence and Majestic or the more contemporary open-plan living of the Bella Vista and other models from the Prestige collection – all situated in large private landscaped gardens.

You are invited to come and see the exclusive luxury park, improving the standard of retirement, with homes ranging from £255k to £295k and immediately available.

All homes can be tailored to your lifestyle and personal taste. With the option of having additional garages, decking, further landscaping patios and more you can truly create your dream retirement property.

The first residents, who will be in their home very shortly, said: “Lusso’s attention to detail has blown us away, the views and careful thought about creating quality gardens to maximise privacy and sunlight certainly make them exclusive luxury we’re looking forward to enjoying!”

Lusso has also partnered with Quickmove Properties for those wanting to move quickly but who haven’t sold their property. They aim to help people move within around 4 weeks, often something which is vital for those needing to downsize.

To book an appointment for the Open Day on the 11th & 12th March from 10am to 4pm or to arrange a private viewing and get in early to avoid disappointment, call 01673 847743 or email

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