Treetops top success for Chiltern region
After launching to the public in November 2016, CALA Chiltern’s Treetops development in Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire sold out in less than three months.
03 July 2017
The collection of seven, 4 and 5 bedroom detached family homes were snapped up by local buyers looking for the opportunity to own a luxury home in this sought after village.
Sales and Marketing Director, Helen Colman said: “The amazing success of Treetops just goes to show there is a real desire for well thought-out bespoke developments in areas like Aston Clinton, bringing much-needed new housing to market.
Our reputation for quality and customer service, together with the location, design and high specification of the homes all added up to a very successful development.”
Following on from the popularity of Treetops, CALA will soon be bringing a second development to the charming village of Aston Clinton. Longhorn Gardens, a magnificent development of 35 luxury 4 and 5 bedroom detached and semi-detached family homes is expected to launch towards the end of the year.
From one success to another, house hunters flocked to the opening of CALA’s new Cotefield development in Bodicote, Oxfordshire at the end of March. Over 50 people attended the launch weekend with four reservations taken.
Located to the south of the picturesque village, Cotefield is an idyllic family haven offering 54 luxury three, four and five bedroom homes.
Helen added: “Cotefield is a superb development in a highly desirable village location, yet just two miles from Banbury. It offers an attractive rural retreat that’s conveniently placed for everyday amenities, well regarded schools and major commuter links.
The mix of homes has been designed specifically to meet the local needs of the area and are ideal for families looking for quality specification, modern living in a rural location or downsizers looking for low maintenance homes without compromising on luxury.
Cotefield is the latest in a number of premium CALA Homes schemes across the Chiltern region and we’re delighted with its early success.”