Housebuilder celebrates its return to The Long Shoot
Davidsons Homes celebrated its return to The Long Shoot in Nuneaton with a showhome launch event on Saturday.
The housebuilder held a family open day at its new Manor Fields development where visitors toured the four-bedroom detached Barnwell showhome. A town crier was on hand to spread the word about the event, while younger visitors were entertained with ice creams, sweets and a face painter.
Stephanie King, Sales Director for Davidsons Homes, said: “We are delighted to have returned to The Long Shoot and to have received such a warm welcome.
“Our visitors included people who had already reserved a home, some who had signed up for an invitation to see the showhome, local residents and people who had previously purchased homes from us in Nuneaton.
“The feedback on the showhome and the development was overwhelmingly positive. Nuneaton is an area we know well and a community we feel part of, so it is reassuring to know that people like our house designs and feel we have the right range of homes.”
Manor Fields is a development of 155 homes with two to five bedrooms. The launch marks Davidsons Homes’ ongoing commitment to Nuneaton, with the firm having previously built 120 homes at Heritage View in The Long Shoot. More than 300 homes are currently being built by Davidsons Homes at Church Fields in Weddington.
Davidsons Homes has been rated as a five-star builder by the Home Builders Federation for the sixth consecutive year. This means at least 90 per cent of purchasers would recommend the developer to a friend.
As part of its planning obligations for Manor Fields, Davidsons Homes will invest in education, healthcare, libraries, roads, transport and open spaces. Landscaped open spaces will also be provided within the development.
Manor Fields is open from 10.30am to 5.30pm Friday to Monday. Prices currently start at £294,995 for a three-bedroom detached house.
Help to Buy is available at Manor Fields. It enables purchasers to secure a new home with a five per cent deposit and a 75 per cent mortgage. The remaining 20 per cent is provided as a government-backed equity loan which is interest-free for five years.