Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Find your dream home in Navenby sooner than expected

Huge demand for Rippon Homes’ upcoming development in Navenby has led the housebuilder to open the site for reservation enquiries sooner than anticipated.

Eleanor Gardens – named after Queen Eleanor who is honoured with a chapel and monument in Navenby – is a collection of stylish three and four-bedroom houses and bungalows which are now available to register interest in ahead of the showhome launch in early 2021.

Designed with family living in mind, this mixture of houses and bungalows are suited for both growing families and those looking to downsize.

Built to a high specification, Rippon’s modern homes feature spacious rooms and amenities to add a little luxury to everyday life from utility rooms and en-suites, to separate garages.

Close to the main playing fields and community hall, the development is perfectly positioned for the charming village environment and with an OFSTED rated Outstanding primary school close by, these stunning homes are ideal for growing families.

The village boasts a thriving community and range of local amenities, including an award-winning butcher and bakery.

Rated one of the top rural locations in Britain in which to live by The Sunday Times, this enviable location is well situated for commuter links. Lincoln is less than 10 miles away and easily accessible via road or rail for more extensive shopping, restaurants, or entertainment.

Ian Dyke, Managing Director of Rippon Homes, said: “We are delighted by the response to our houses in Navenby, and look forward to welcoming new homeowners.”

“Given the amount of interest so far, we don’t anticipate these homes to be available for long and urge anyone interested to get in touch soon!”

Eleanor Gardens is found at The Headlands, Navenby, Lincolnshire, LN5 0TR and viewing appointments can be made by contacting the sales team on 01522 412099.

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