Jones Homes has once again received five stars for customer satisfaction from the Home Builders Federation (HBF) and National House Building Council (NHBC).
The highest accolade a homebuilder can achieve for exceptional customer service, the award is based on the results of the National New Home Customer Satisfaction Survey, an annual survey that gathers feedback from thousands of purchasers across the UK after they move into their new home.
One of the most comprehensive surveys of its kind in the UK, purchasers are asked a series of questions about their new home and their purchase experience from the internal and external design of their new home and timely delivery of their property, to their satisfaction with the sales, handover and aftercare processes.
Prestigious five star status is only awarded to companies where more than 90% of customers are satisfied with the quality of their home and would be happy to recommend a friend.
Managing director at Jones Homes, Gary Hardy, commented: “Customer satisfaction is at the heart of everything that we do; we’re delighted that our customers are happy to recommend us to their friends and family and to be once again awarded with five stars.
“Only a small number of homebuilders received five star status this year. This makes the achievement even more special and I would like to thank our team for continually striving to raise the bar and deliver exceptional quality and service for our customers.”
The five star rating from the HBF is the latest in a number of prestigious award wins for Jones Homes; one of its site managers was recently awarded with a prestigious Regional Award from the NHBC in the much coveted Pride in the Job Awards. The company also has six nominations in the annual Local Area Building Control awards (LABC) and it has just received an award from the Civic Society for its sensitive transformation of the Grade II listed Cold Arbor Farm buildings in Macclesfield into a desirable collection of three unique and distinctive new homes.
With a history of excellence and an enviable reputation for build quality and customer care, Jones Homes is a privately-owned housebuilder with a Head Office in Alderley Edge, Cheshire, and regional offices in Lancashire, Yorkshire and Kent.
The company has more than 50 years expertise in the design and build of high quality new homes and currently has around 30 developments taking shape in highly sought after residential areas across the UK.
Award winning residential developer Jones Homes has secured planning permission for a further phase of new build homes at its popular Barrington Park development in Alsager.
Following an exceptional response to its first phase, Jones Homes has confirmed that it will build an additional 28 high quality homes on a 1.9 acre piece of land that borders the existing development.
The new phase will comprise a mix of two, three, four and five bedroom detached and semi-detached homes, appealing to a wide range of purchasers, including families, first time buyers, young professionals and those looking to downsize.
Renowned for the quality, style and superior specification of its properties, Jones Homes is one of the region’s leading privately owned residential developers and is committed to helping meet demand for high quality new build homes across the UK.
All properties on the new phase will be built to Jones Homes’ exacting standards. Bursting with individuality and character, both inside and out, the homes benefit from thoughtfully designed elevations and a variety of external finishes for stunning kerb appeal. They also boast an exceptional internal specification, with high quality contemporary kitchens with integrated appliances, modern bathrooms and en suites and a range of luxurious fixtures and fittings.
Managing director at Jones Homes, Gary Hardy, commented: “We’re delighted to have secured permission for a further phase of homes at Barrington Park. Offering a delightful semi-rural lifestyle in the charming village of Alsager, yet close to M6 for travelling and commuting, it is a great location and one of the many reasons why our previous phase has been in such high demand. Having built in Alsager previously, we are very much part of the local community and look forward to offering more quality new build homes to buyers from across the local area.”
Within the planning agreement, Jones Homes will make a number of Section 106 contributions that will be of direct benefit to the local community. A total of £125,950 will be contributed towards education, public green space, play space enhancement and wildlife habitat enhancement.
Award winning housebuilder Jones Homes has appointed Ralph Bacon as the new Regional Director for its Lancashire office.
With extensive experience in the industry, Ralph is well qualified for his new role. Over the years he has held several senior positions for national and regional housebuilders, where he was Construction and Commercial Director.
As Regional Director, Ralph will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the Jones Homes office in Lancashire and the strategic development of the regional business to ensure that it meets its growth and expansion objectives.
Working with the team at the regional office in Lytham St Annes, as well as the directors at the Head Office in Alderley Edge, he will oversee all aspects of the business from land acquisition and planning to the build programme, sales and customer care.
Ralph’s first projects for Jones Homes Lancashire include the launch of Moorfield Park, a brand new development in Poulton-Le-Fylde. He will also take the lead and oversee the imminent launch of the prestigious Stonecross Meadows, Kendal. Jones Homes’ first development in Cumbria.
Ralph says: "I am delighted to join Jones Homes and am looking forward to working with the company, which has an exceptional reputation for product quality and customer care. As a five star rated housebuilder, Jones Homes is an exemplary business to be involved with and I hope to play an integral part in driving forward its future expansion aims and growth.”
Managing Director at Jones Homes, Gary Hardy added: "I would like to welcome Ralph to the team. With his background in the industry, he has expansive knowledge and the experience to successfully lead the business in the Lancashire region.”
Jones Homes has announced plans to build in Kendal.after acquiring 5.17 hectares of land on Milnthorpe Road and has planning permission for a stunning residential development of 110 high quality new build homes, including 38 affordable properties (18 of which will be available to purchase at a discounted value).
Known as Stonecross Meadows, the impressive new development will be built to Jones Homes’ exacting standards and feature an exceptional selection of three, four and five bedroom detached and semi-detached properties.
To complement the natural lie of the land in the area, the housebuilder will also introduce two new split level housetypes at Stonecross Meadows, designed exclusively for this development.
Bursting with character, both inside and out, the properties will benefit from thoughtfully designed elevations and a variety of external finishes for maximum kerb appeal. They will also boast a superior internal specification that features contemporary kitchens with integrated appliances, modern bathrooms and en suites and a range of high quality fixtures and fittings.
Every last detail has been carefully considered to delight even the most discerning of homebuyers and ensure that properties from Jones Homes stand apart from competitors.
Managing director at Jones Homes, Gary Hardy, commented: “We are delighted to have secured land in Kendal and have the opportunity to showcase our homes in this enviable location on the edge of the Lake District National Park.
“Kendal is a thriving market town and a highly desirable place to live and work, or own a second home. Our Stonecross Meadows development promises to offer an array of highly specified new homes in an attractive semi-rural setting. We’ve already received a great deal of interest in the scheme and anticipate properties being in high demand once they are officially released for sale.”
Stonecross Meadows is Jones Homes’ first development in south Lakeland. The company has a history of excellence and an enviable reputation for build quality and customer care across the UK and is delighted to be expanding into Cumbria, bringing its highly sought after new build homes to buyers in Kendal and the surrounding areas.
Underlining its commitment to the region, Jones Homes has already committed to contribute more than £300,000 towards improving educational facilities in the town and improvement of local highways.
Construction at Stonecross Meadows is expected to start in April and take around four years. Homes are expected to be released for sale from Summer 2018 with showhomes to follow in early 2019 and the first homes ready for occupation in Spring 2019.
Alex Bedson, a Site Manager for Jones Homes, has won a prestigious Regional Award from the National House Building Council (NHBC) in its much coveted Pride in the Job Awards 2017.
Based at Jones Homes’ exclusive Bollin Park development in Wilmslow, Alex was honoured for his dedication to building homes of exceptional quality.
He was selected from more than 16,000 site managers from across the UK, and is one of only 12 site managers in the country to be recognised for his outstanding achievements.
Alex received his North West Regional Award in the medium builder category, and he is now automatically put forward as a candidate to compete for the ultimate accolade; a Pride in the Job Supreme Award, which will be announced in January 2018.
Having won a Pride in the Job award previously, it is the first time that Alex, who has been a site manager for over 10 years, has progressed so far in the competition.
First to congratulate Alex on his amazing achievement was Jones Homes’ Managing Director, Gary Hardy, who said: “This is a first for Jones Homes and we are incredibly proud of Alex for winning a Regional Award from the NHBC for Bollin Park. The prestige that is associated with such an accolade is widely acknowledged in the industry and it is exceptionally good news for Jones Homes that one of our site managers has been recognised as one of the best in the country.
“Alex is a talented site manager and his passion, leadership skills and commitment to building properties of the highest quality at Bollin Park has resulted in him being honoured as a top performing UK-based site manager by the NHBC.”
Now in its 37th year, the Pride in the Job Award is the most highly regarded competition in the housebuilding industry, and one all site managers strive to achieve. Judging for the awards is rigorous, with each site manager assessed in 44 areas of site management, including technical knowledge, consistency in the build process and quality control.
Competition in the North West was tough, with a total of four site managers in the region taking home a Regional Award.
On his Regional Award win, Alex says: “It is brilliant news! The Pride in the Job Awards are hugely competitive amongst site managers and I am thrilled to have progressed this far in the competition. To be put forward for the Supreme Awards is overwhelming, but I am proud of what I have achieved at Bollin Park and the success of the development. It is a team effort and I hope we have something to celebrate once again in January.”
Bollin Park offers a stunning collection of magnificent four and five bedroom detached properties in a highly desirable and sought-after setting in Cheshire. Located on Adlington Road, a leafy and attractive part of Wilmslow, the development is close to the town centre and just a short drive from the neighbouring villages of Prestbury and Alderley Edge.
New research carried out by the Home Builders Federation has found that the cost of upgrading an older property to the same standard as a new build home could be as much as £50,000. The publication of the data comes at the launch of this year’s New Homes Week which aims to highlight the many benefits for consumers of buying a new build home.
From the benefits of living in an energy efficient home that could save you hundreds of pounds on your utility bills each year, to the brand-new fixtures and fittings that come as standard, buying a new build home offers many advantages when compared to buying an older property.
The research looked at the work that might have to be carried out when people move into an older home, and what would have to be done to a home to bring it up to the standards of a new property which also comes with a warranty protecting the buyer from liability on structural problems within the first 10 years. Whether it’s the price of buying and fitting a new kitchen (£7,900) or having a house rewired (£8,850), the costs for people moving into an older home can quickly mount up.
For a homeowner who wants to get the same standard of finish and functionality they could expect from a new build home, the cost could be up to £51,643. This includes paying out for:
- Kitchen - £7,900
- Bathroom - £3,800
- Central heating - £6,185
- Wiring - £8,850
- Plastering - £5,240
- Decorating - £2,500
- Flooring - £2,628
- Insulation - £775
- Windows and doors - £4,900
- Roofing - £4,000
- Guttering - £690
And the savings continue: while just 26% of second- hand homes achieve an energy efficiency rating of A to C, 94% of homes built in 2016 could boast such standards.
Commenting on the figures, Stewart Baseley, executive chairman of the Home Builders Federation, said
“Buyers of new build homes enjoy a huge number of benefits over those purchasing a second-hand home.
“During the buying process customers will receive a high level of service and support from trained sales staff. Upon moving into a property that is designed for modern living, there are all the advantages of living in a home with brand new fixtures and fittings and the latest energy efficiency technologies.
“This report helps to highlight the hidden savings that buyers of new build homes make. While most people have a budget put aside to get the little jobs done, costs soon add up when you need to replace a bathroom or a kitchen.
“£50,000 is a lot of money by anyone’s standards, and this new research emphasises just how much new build home buyers really get for their money.”
With Jones Homes distinctly high specification standards and top levels of energy efficiency built into each home, the cost of not buying new could potentially be even higher. We have even introduced rooftop solar panels at selected locations.
The Home Builders Federation has also found that New homes being built in England and Wales are considerably more energy efficient than their predecessors, saving owners hundreds of pounds a year in energy bills, A new home owner will spend on average £443.30 a year (£276 heating / £108 hot water / £60 lighting), well under half of the £1,072 the owner of an older home can expect to spend – saving, on average, £52 a month, or £629 a year. Just another reason to chose a new Jones Home for your next move.
Source Credit: http://www.hbf.co.uk/media-centre/news
Work is now well under way on a development of 58 homes which will generate more than £500,000 of investment in the Holme Valley.
Jones Homes is building three, four and five-bedroom houses at Heather View on Dunford Road in Hade Edge.
As part of the planning agreement for Heather View, Jones Homes will contribute £246,000 towards local education and £287,500 to fund road improvements in the local area. Twelve affordable homes will also be built to help meet local housing need.
David Ruffley, Regional Director for Jones Homes Yorkshire, said: “New homes bring many benefits to communities and we are proud to be investing in Hade Edge and the wider Holmfirth area.
“The homes we are building at Heather View have been designed to cater for everyone from aspiring first-time buyers and young professionals to growing families and people looking to downsize.
“We worked closely with the local authority to determine the mix of homes. They include three-bedroom semi-detached and four and five-bedroom detached homes. The affordable homes will include two bungalows.
“We are no strangers to the Holme Valley, having built more than 20 developments in Kirklees over the past 20 years and as such, have seen a good response from interested parties. The location is proving popular with people who live further afield, as well as those wishing to remain within the village and people looking to set down roots in the Holme Valley.
“Our planning contributions will ensure the infrastructure is in place to support the sensitive expansion of the village.”
Building work is progressing apace at Heather View. The showhome will be unveiled in January and the first residents are expected to move in soon afterwards.
For more information please call 01484 685469.
Century View will help first-time buyers to take their first steps on the housing ladder.
In addition to bringing 15 detached homes and one semi-detached home for private sale, Jones Homes will offer three starter homes for people who meet qualifying criteria.
There will be 19 homes in total, ranging from three-bedroom semi-detached to four-bedroom detached houses.
Jones Homes will create three starter homes specifically for first-time buyers at the development off Swallow Lane.
Century View will be set around a green open space and groundworks have already begun.
David Ruffley, Regional Director for Jones Homes Yorkshire, said: “Jones Homes has previously built in Golcar, with a development of 20 houses at Meadow View off Leymoor Road having completed in 2017.
“We know the market here well and Century View will deliver homes that meet the needs and expectations of purchasers in this area.
“Meadow View provided homes for first-time buyers and growing families. Century View will cater for a wide range of buyers and will offer a new opportunity for local first-time buyers to purchase a home below the usual market value.”
The discounted homes will be available to people aged 23 to 39 who have a connection to the local area, as well as people who meet qualifying criteria set by the local authority. They discounted homes will be available at 20 per cent below the usual cost.
Sales are expected to commence in Spring 2019.
Jones Homes has acquired 9.8 acres of land to create a new village in Derbyshire.
Van Dyk Village has been designed to have the look and feel of a village which has evolved over decades, using differing styles of architecture. Houses will be a mixture of stone, varying colours and types of brick and render and even the road surfaces will vary throughout the site.
A focal point will be the five-bedroom Manor House, visible from the entrance to the new village. The remaining homes will include terraced, semi-detached and detached houses. The village landscape will include open spaces, with a village green featuring a pond.
The innovative design approach has been developed by Jones Homes in conjunction Bolsover District Council’s planning team.
David Ruffley, Regional Director for Jones Homes, said: “The task of planning a new village brings great responsibility. We have taken our time to work with the local planners to ensure what we are creating is an attractive development and we are almost ready to unveil the final details of the plans.
“Our designers have taken inspiration from some exemplary new homes developments around the country and from more traditional village architecture. We are looking forward to the launch of the development early next year as we put Van Dyk Village on the map.”
Set in the grounds of the former Southgate Estate off the A619 Worksop Road in Chesterfield, the land was most recently used as a garden centre. In the past it housed stables, servant accommodation and outbuildings belonging to Southgate House, which is now a hotel.
The sale of the land for development is helping to fund the expansion of the hotel to ensure it continues to thrive and support the wider local economy.
As part of the planning consent for Van Dyk Village, archaeologists have been working on the site since the summer and Jones Homes is supporting their work.
Jones Homes has acquired 5.95 acres of land at the former Harworth and Birtles Colliery site.
Simpson Park, a development of 71 homes off Colliery Road in Harworth, marks the next phase of regeneration of the former colliery. It will open to visitors early in 2019.
Jones Homes is building three and four-bedroom houses at the development, having completed work on the first stage of the colliery’s regeneration in April. The company built 118 homes at Woodland Grange, off Scrooby Road.
This new development forms part of the wider Simpson Park development, a major growth project by Harworth Estates. It is named in memory of former Harworth cyclist Tom Simpson.
David Ruffley, Regional Director for Jones Homes, said: “Jones Homes is delighted to be involved in this landmark regeneration project and we are committed to providing quality new homes in Harworth.
“Woodland Grange was a huge success. The homes were bought by local people who were looking for highly-specified quality, low-maintenance homes, as well as people looking to move to the area because of strong links to the A1, M1 and M62.
“Our new homes in Harworth are meeting the needs of local people and attracting more residents to the area, which in turn provides a boost to the local economy.
“We are looking forward to welcoming people to Simpson Park and helping to drive forward the regeneration of Harworth.”
Jones Homes will contribute around £170,000 towards education as part of its planning agreement for Simpson Park. This is in addition to the £635,000 invested in infrastructure under the planning agreement for Woodland Grange. The money went towards affordable homes, community facilities, education and public open spaces.
Simpson Park currently has outline planning permission for up to 996 homes. The landowners, Harworth Estates, have now applied to extend this consent to 1,300 homes and to provide a primary school, pub restaurant and public open space. The additional homes would be on land previously allocated for employment use.
To find out more about the wider redevelopment see www.simpsonparkharworth.com
Award-winning and five star housebuilder Jones Homes has reinforced its commitment to the local community in Harworth by continuing its shirt sponsorship of the Reserves at Harworth Colliery FC.
With a new residential development, known as Simpson Park, soon to launch in Harworth, Jones Homes was delighted to renew its shirt sponsorship for an additional two years.
With the Club’s current floodlights in need of updating and all replacing with LED bulbs, the housebuilder also donated £1000 towards this project, which will be completed next month.
Jones Homes has actively supported Harworth Colliery FC since 2013, when it first started building in the town at its successful Woodland Grange development on Scrooby Road.
Simpson Park, Jones Homes’ new development in Harworth, will comprise a total of 71 new build homes, including a mix of three bedroom semi-detached houses and four bedroom detached properties.
Jayne Swift, Sales and Marketing Director at Jones Homes, comments: “Over the course of the last five years we have supported Harworth Colliery FC through the provision of kits as well as monetary donations to improve the Club and pitch-side advertising boards. Given our previous development, Woodland Grange, we feel very at home in Harworth so there was no question to extend our support.
“We have over the years developed a strong relationship with the Club and with a new development due to launch very soon in Harworth, it was important to us to renew our shirt sponsorship for the Reserves, and contribute towards the Club’s latest refurbishment project. We wish the Reserves team a successful 2018/2019 season.”
Jonathan Wilson, Chairman at Harworth Colliery FC, adds: “We are extremely grateful to Jones Homes for its continuous support of the Club. Being able to replace and maintain the kit for the Reserves is so important as this team provides a platform for the younger players, helping them to progress and realise their full potential.
“The donation of £1000 is very generous and much needed. Jones Homes has become an integral part of our local community and it is great news that they will be building more homes in Harworth.”
Construction has now started at Simpson Park. For further information or to register your interest, please call Jones Homes on 01274 852700
A family of four from Marden have been able to secure their first home, thanks to the Help to Buy scheme.
Earlier this year, Shannon and Jacqui O’Reilly decided it was time to move out of the three-bedroom terrace house they were renting and buy their very own home.
Along with their two children, Tyler (8) and Sahara (6), the couple used the Help to Buy scheme to purchase a four-bedroom home at Jones Homes’ Appledown Grange development, off Howland Road.
Shannon (35) said: “We never thought we would have been able to buy a four-bedroom property as our first home, and without the Help to Buy scheme it just wouldn’t have been realistic.
“The scheme made a huge difference to the type of property we could afford. It meant we didn’t have to settle, and we were able to choose a home which will suit us for years to come.
“We had been searching for quite a while, and originally looking at older properties, but as soon as we found out about Appledown Grange we knew we wanted to live there. Unlike other developments we had seen, it was extremely spacious, so we didn’t have to worry that it would feel overcrowded.
“The house itself is beautiful, and the whole family is really enjoying having their own space, especially the children.
“A huge advantage of buying a new-build home is that you have a sales advisor to help you through the whole process. We had never bought a house before, so having that extra guidance was fantastic.”
Jones Homes is building a range of three, four and five-bedroom properties at Appledown Grange, with prices starting from £389,995.
More information on the homes available can be found at jones-homes.co.uk.
A new Jones Homes development in Burgess Hill will generate investment of more than £800,000 into the local community.
Jones Homes is preparing to open the doors to its new Folders Grove development, located off Folders Lane, early in the new year.
The development will include 73 homes, ranging from two to five-bedroom properties.
As part of its planning agreement for the development, Jones Homes will invest £228,000 to support local primary schools, almost £250,000 for secondary schools and £57,000 for local sixth form education.
The company will also contribute £34,000 towards community buildings, £78,000 for sports facilities and £47,000 towards healthcare. There will be a £21,000 payment for the town’s library, £63,000 towards play spaces and £44,000 to support local community infrastructure.
Jones Homes has also agreed to pay for local transport improvements and traffic calming measures in the nearby village of Ditchling.
Sara Stanhope, Sales Director for Jones Homes Southern, said: “We are extremely pleased to bring Folders Grove on to the market in Burgess Hill.
“We are offering buyers a wide range of high-quality homes. Construction is already underway on site and the first properties are due to be released for sale in January.
“The development will contribute to local infrastructure, helping to support the town as it grows. This demonstrates the benefits that new homes bring to the wider community. In addition, new homes create jobs during the construction process, support local contractors and attract more money to the local economy.
“At Folders Grove we will be offering the opportunity for people to buy their first or next home with just a five per cent deposit using Help to Buy.”
The Government-backed Help to Buy scheme offers a 20 per cent equity loan to people buying a new home priced up to £600,000. The purchaser needs a five per cent deposit and a 75 per cent mortgage.
Folders Grove is perched on the fringe of the South Downs and is surrounded by beautiful countryside in a fantastic part of the country. Burgess Hill itself provides two leisure centres, two shopping centres and excellent schools.
For more information on homes at Folders Grove, call 01322 665000 or see www.jones-homes.co.uk.
Jones Homes is set to unveil the showhome at Bluebell Meadow, an exclusive development of traditional new homes in Wisborough Green.
Visitors will be able to view the three-bedroom detached Haslemere showhome for the first time on Saturday 8th December. The sales team will be on hand to show people around and answer questions from visitors.
The Haslemere is one of a range of two to four-bedroom detached and semi-detached houses under construction at the development off Petworth Road.
Sara Stanhope, Sales Director for Jones Homes Southern, said: “The launch of the showhome is a key moment for any development. Anticipation has been building at Bluebell Meadow, not least among the people who have already reserved their new home.
“This is the moment when people can really begin to visualise how their home will look. At Jones Homes we are proud of the high specification we offer. Visitors will be able to see this reflected in everything from appliances to bathrooms, kitchens and internal detailing.
“We are looking forward to welcoming our early purchasers and new visitors and to gathering their feedback.”
There are just 25 houses being built at Bluebell Meadow, which is located 250m from the village green and shop. The two-storey homes have been designed to mirror the traditional architecture of other buildings around the village.
The development will include a green open area with space to play. Jones Homes will contribute more than £250,000 towards local infrastructure, half of which will go towards primary and secondary education. The figure also includes a £44,000 investment in community facilities and £20,000 for sports and leisure. £9065 towards public art may also be offered to the Parish Council subject to agreement.
To be among the first to view the showhome, visit Bluebell Meadow from 10am on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th December. For more information see www.jones-homes.co.uk or call 01403 701033.
The doors to a brand new showhome have been opened at Jones Homes’ Appledown Grange development in Marden.
Visitors have been invited to explore the five-bedroom Hamilton, which is the second showhome to be launched at Appledown Grange, which is located in Howland Road.
A variety of three to five-bedroom homes are being built at the development, with a handful ready to move into now.
Sara Stanhope, Sales Director for Jones Homes Southern, said: “Opening the doors to a new showhome is always an exciting time, as it gives buyers a clear insight into what it could really be like to live here.
“We’ve had some fantastic feedback from the first visitors to our Hamilton showhome, who can clearly see what a wonderful place Appledown Grange is to make home.
“The Hamilton showhome has been designed to appeal to growing families, with a classic style and laidback, comforting interiors.
“Our other showhome, the four-bedroom Holcombe, has been decorated in a more modern style, so there’s something for every taste.
“We’re inviting anyone who may be interested in a new Marden home to visit our sales centre to find out more.”
The detached five-bedroom Hamilton showhome is the jewel in the crown of Appledown Grange, with space for the whole family to enjoy.
A central porch and twin square bays add traditional design to the home that comes with off-road parking and a single or double garage. Inside, light and airy space combines with easy home comfort to create stylish contemporary living.
The Appledown Grange sales centre is open daily from 10am to 5.30pm. For details call 01622 831507, or visit www.jones-homes.co.uk
Featuring impressive detached houses set in generous plots, Kingsborough Manor in Eastchurch is already one of the most prestigious addresses on the Isle of Sheppey. Now, with only 18 four and five-bedroom detached homes remaining available on this flagship development, Jones Homes is ‘pulling out all the stops’ and adding the most luxurious specification that the company provides – so home buyers who have been considering buying at this spectacular development need to register now to make sure they don’t miss out!
Currently the sales team is focusing on the detail and designing finishing touches that will satisfy even the most discerning of home buyers at Kingsborough Manor and will ensure that these new executive homes offer even better value for money. This ultimate ‘Signature Collection’ is due to be released and there has already been plenty of interest from potential home buyers.
Even without the superb specification, currently being planned, the carefully-designed, traditionally-built, four and five-bedroom homes at Kingsborough Manor are extremely desirable – as the sales success has proved. The interiors are spacious, light and airy, perfect for growing families or for home buyers who love to entertain. The location is ideal, close to beautiful countryside, award-winning beaches, good local schools and commuting links.
To register interest in the forthcoming collection or for further details on the remaining four-bedroom house priced at £520,000 or the five-bedroom house priced at £600,000 please contact the Jones Homes’ sales team on 01795-881084. Home buyers acting swiftly and reserving this four-bedroom home before the end of September will receive £1,000 towards legal fees. Details on all Jones’ homes are available on the website at www.jones-homes.co.uk.