March 16 2014 Latest news:
RESIDENTS had the opportunity to introduce themselves to their new neighbours and enjoy a glass of wine recently, when Barratt Eastern Counties hosted a Meet the Neighbours evening at The Mulberries in Little Canfield, near Takeley. The development is t
RESIDENTS had the opportunity to introduce themselves to their new neighbours and enjoy a glass of wine recently, when Barratt Eastern Counties hosted a 'Meet the Neighbours' evening at The Mulberries in Little Canfield, near Takeley.
The development is turning into a thriving community with over 20 homes now occupied and much more to look forward to in the future, including a nursery due to open later in the year and further plans which include proposed shops, community centre and primary school.
Rebecca Littler, sales director of Barratt Eastern Counties, said: "Residents of The Mulberries are already enjoying all the benefits village life has to offer. There are many styles of home to choose from to suit all lifestyles and with prices starting from just £419,995 for a five-bedroom house and part exchange available I'd recommend people come and visit to see for themselves.
"Part exchange is an extremely simple route into moving into a new home. We buy our customers existing home and put the cost towards a new house at The Mulberries. It removes the worry of a chain and saves the expense of estate agents fees and the HIP - they don't have to move until their new home is ready.
"We have a lot of interest from people wanting to move out of London who are looking to get better value for money, but still with great travel links and good local schools."
For more information on The Mulberries, please contact Barratt's marketing suite, Priors Green, Little Canfield, CM22 6SL on 01279 871870, open Thursday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm and Monday 2pm to 6pm.
Alternatively, information on all Barratt developments is available on the website: www.barratthomes.co.uk
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