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HOMESEEKERS GET SOME GOOD MEWS.

Byline: Christine Farn PROPERTY NEWS

DEVELOPER Guild Homes is building a selection of mews properties in Burbage, Leicestershire, which it promises to be highly desirable to potential buyers.

The bespoke property developer has created Rectory Mews, eight properties of three or four bedrooms in the heart of the village.

It said the properties are ideal for buyers who are looking for homes with character yet with all of the benefits that new properties have to offer, such as insulation, contemporary kitchens and bathrooms, energy efficient heating, lighting and sound insulation.

Jeff Guest, managing director for Guild Homes, said: "We take pride in selecting our land very carefully and creating thoughtful developments which we know will blend in with the local area and ultimately benefit the local community.

"Rectory Mews in Burbage has such a lot to offer local home buyers who are in the market for a property which boasts all the benefits that village life has to offer yet with the city of Leicester and the town of Hinckley just a short commute.

"Such has been the early success of Rectory Mews that one property has already been purchased off-plan, before building work has finished, with more sales expected this way.

"I am confident that when customers see the homes which we are building here, our reputation as a bespoke new home developer in Burbage will be further enhanced and the high level of interest for homes here will continue."

Prices start from PS185,000.

For more information about the homes available at Rectory Mews, please contact Guild Homes on 0800 032 5488 or email to sales@guildhome.co.uk.

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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Apr 17, 2013
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