Homebuyers and residents are being invited to attend a special event to showcase new luxury family homes in Chilton, County Durham.
Property developer Homes by Carlton is holding a Magical March event, taking place in Durham City on March 23, 10am-4pm.
Potential homebuyers will be able to view detailed computer-generated graphics of properties at the Cathedral Gates development, located eight miles from Durham City. Those who attend will also get the opportunity to take advantage of several exciting incentives for this weekend only.
The development consists of 14 spacious plots, with a mix of three and four-bed detached and semi-detached homes. All the properties are built to the highest standards and combine hand-built craftsmanship, character and a high attention to detail.
The standard specifications of the three house types is unusually high, featuring bespoke designer kitchens, stylish bathroom and full wet room, cottage-style oak internal doors, oak-finished handrails and posts on staircases, along with cedar wood garage doors.
Jordan Dargue, operations director at Homes by Carlton, said: “These are exceptional homes, designed to the highest finishes and beat anything in similar price ranges. We’re delighted to be working with estate agent Urban Base to be pioneering a quality product to the market.
“These affordable, stunning new home are ideally situated near local amenities and main transport links. We’re confident they will prove popular with families who are seeking an excellent quality of life.”
The Chilton development is part of a wider drive by Homes by Carlton that will see other schemes being built in the North East during the next 12 months.
The event will be held on March 23, from 10am, at Urban Base Land & New Homes, 1 Riverside, Durham DH1 5TA. To register your interest, visit ctheHomes by Carlton website or call 01740 73 10 20.
"These are exceptional homes, designed to the highest finishes and beat anything in similar price ranges. "
Jordan Dargue, Homes by Carlton
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