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New Show Home Opens at Wheatley Hill


Dere Street Homes open their latest showhome at the Marley Fields development in Wheatley Hill to the east of Durham City on Saturday 21st April.

The Ellerby showhome is a fabulous four bedroom detached design with a double garage offering a spacious and well designed interior. The entrance hall leads either into a large open plan kitchen/dining area with access to a light and airy rear-facing garden room or into the separate living room to the front of the house. A downstairs cloakroom is also located off the hall.

All four bedrooms and the family bathroom are located off a central first floor landing with the spacious master bedroom including fitted wardrobes and en-suite facilities.

Marley Fields will eventually contain some 106 new homes of thirteen different designs on a brownfield site just off the A181 linking the A1(M) to the A19 at Castle Eden. With two, three and four bedroom designs of homes, the aim is for a mixed development with prices to suit a variety of budgets from those taking their first steps on the housing ladder to growing families who wish to stay in the area but are looking for a bigger home.

Development Sales Manager, Brian Smith, commented, “The homes represent incredible value for money in an area where there is a shortage of new homes – our buyers so far have been mainly local people but we’re also attracting visitors from Durham City and the surrounding villages. The location here allows easy access to both the A1(M) and A19 and is an ideal base for commuting across the whole region. With a beautiful showhome which really does show off the stylish design and very reasonable prices starting at just £155,000, we’re very confident of many further sales very quickly.”

Prices for those homes released for sale at Marley Fields start from £155,000. Full details are available from Brian Smith, Development Sales Manager, Thursday to Monday 10.00am to 5.00pm on 07944 568720 or www.derestreethomes.co.uk

12th April 2018

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