Thursday, May 30, 2024

Warren Wood View welcomes home movers

Warren Wood View in Gainsborough is calling all home movers to make 2023 the year of your big move with the use of Easymove.

Offering a stunning range of two, three and four-bedroom homes, Warren Wood View, developed by leading UK homebuilder Keepmoat, boasts a semi-rural location with an abundance of amenities close by.

If you are wanting to move to a new Keepmoat home but still have a property to sell, as the name suggests, Easymove, makes selling your property easy. The sale of your existing home is managed for you, leaving you more time to think about how great your new one is. Plus, your estate agent fees will be paid for which could save you a small fortune.

Don’t just take our word for it, meet newly wed customers Rebecca and Paul Foottit. Rebecca and Paul came to Warren Wood View and sold their old home using the Easymove scheme, leaving time for them to plan their wedding ahead of the big move to their new 4 bedroom detached Hardwick home.

So, if you and your soul mate have decided to tie the knot, why not come say ‘I Do’ to your new home too!

You’ll never tire of the green open spaces, beautiful walkways, and stunning woodland views, all while being just 1.5 miles from the bustling town centre of Gainsborough. Not only that, the development is a connectivity hub, with a bus stop and train station all within walking distance, ready to connect you to Lincoln, Doncaster, Peterborough and beyond.

If you’re looking to buy your first home, or you’re a home mover, let the Warren Wood View team be by your side every step of the way. Ask about 5% deposits with the ‘Deposit Unlock’ scheme for all and use their free mortgage advice service.

To view four stunning showhomes, open Thursday to Monday 10am – 5pm, get in touch today on 01427 857950 or take a look at

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