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Hawkesford chalk up sales successes; HOMES: NEW HOMES.

WARWICKSHIRE estate agents Malcolm Hawkesford have chalked up almost pounds 1 million of sales a month since launching two exclusive apartment developments.

Hawkesford, which have six offices across south Warwickshire, is marketing Milverton House - which features six apartments in a former Victorian hotel in Leamington - and Malthouse Court in Warwick, a development of apartments and mews houses by Carpenter Homes.

The properties have only been on the market since August but only two apartments remain in each scheme.

Stephen Parry, of Malcolm Hawkesford, said the pounds 3 million of sales were a major success in a "tight" market and underlined the quality of the product.

He said: "Both developments are of extremely high quality and we made sure that all potential buyers have been made very aware of their qualities.

"The market is not easy at present and there is certainly competition in the apartment sector but we are delighted with the response to both developments."

Warwickshire-based Dantom Developments Ltd has carried out the conversion to Milverton House, Milverton Terrace.

The company has retained many Victorian features to blend with contemporary style, and the two, two bedrooms homes remaining - one a duplex apartment and the other a garden apartment - both benefit from secure, allocated parking and are on the market for pounds 249,000.

Both the homes include digital television receivers as well as broadband connection for high-speed Internet use.

Dantom has also wired speakers into each room of the apartments from a centralised music centre.

Carpenter Homes has converted a former brewery in Albert Street and offers free styling advice for buyers from a leading local interior designer.

There are two apartments currently for sale - both featuring two bedrooms - priced at pounds 162,000 and pounds 165,000.

Stephen Parry added: "Apartments appeal to many different people and we are certainly finding that is the case with these two developments.

"They are proving equally popular with couples of all ages as well as single people."

More information on the apartments is available from Malcolm Hawkesford on 01926 403308.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Nov 17, 2004
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