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New Homes for Cropwell Bishop

Just off the A46 Nottingham is Cropwell Bishop. A village full of charm, character and not forgetting the Cheese!
This latest development from Hoxston - The Old Stackyard which is tucked away from the busy Nottingham City Centre, offer design-led larger houses that are thoughtful and sympathetic to the picturesque location, not surprisingly that over 75% of the development has already been snapped up!
With the amount of large developments being built in Nottinghamshire,exclusive small developments like The Old Stackyard are proving incredibly popular.
The majority of the houses have sold within the first few weeks of marketing and achieved a record price per square feet prices for the village.
The success of these properties is mainly down to the developer, who offer an alternative to the standard product usually on offer by the larger house builders. .”
Maintaining part of the footprint of the original agricultural yard, the development of nine three and four-bedroomed homes boast locally sourced kitchens, timber clad elevations, Quartz worktops and Neff appliances. New homeowners moving in to the properties will be able to take advantage of the best of village life, being just a short walk from the local primary school, shops, health centre, church and village pub.
A short train or car journey to nearby Bingham, Aslockton and Nottingham city centre makes these family homes perfectly situated for working families who can be home in no time.

For more information on our removals in Nottingham, call Big Red Movers today on: 01159 868 883

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