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Invest in suburban living . . .; ECHO HOMES.

PROPERTIES at the Wimpey Homes development Fernlea in Woolton Village, Liverpool, are being snapped up at a brisk rate.

Within just a few weeks of the arrival of buying adviser Carol Gratton, seven apartments have been sold - based on the building plans alone.

Says Carol: "Despite the fact that we're still very much in the building stage, Fernlea is clocking up an impressive number of sales.

"We already have a line-up of homebuyers itching to move in for early December.

However it is no surprise that Fernlea is proving to be such a magnet because it offers home buyers an elegant but equally fashionable alternative to city living.

"Woolton appeals because it is not just fleetingly trendy.

It is an established and fashionable suburb, that with the addition of these new apartments is coming to be regarded as a very sound area to invest in."

Fernlea is a single-block, four-storey development of 23 one and two-bedroom apartments.

The grounds are enhanced by established trees and a tiered, communal garden will provide the finishing touch.

For more information, call Carol on 0151-428 5580.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Sep 27, 2001
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