Four-bedroom family homes in and around Bristol from David Wilson Homes
Whether you are searching for a new property in the city of Bristol or are looking for a family home a little further out that offers easy access in to the city, David Wilson Homes is at hand with several excellent new-build developments in the area.
David Wilson Homes is one of the UK’s oldest and most popular homebuilders. Keith Osborne, editor of the new homes portal www.whathouse.co.uk, says: “David Wilson Homes has been at the forefront of the industry for nearly half a century, offering a range of quality new-build properties in popular areas.”
The Meads development at Frampton Cotterell provides an excellent yardstick to gauge the popularity of its new-build homes in Bristol and the surrounding region. Located just eight miles from the city centre, this development of 20 three-, four- and five-bedroom family homes has been hugely popular, with only one property still available at time of writing.
With this success in mind, the Charlton Hayes development in the suburb of Filton represents excellent value for money. Here you can find a range of three- and four-bedroom properties priced between £250,000 and £345,950, located just minutes from Cribbs Causeway and offering easy access in to Bristol city centre. The ‘Cornell’ is one of the top properties at this development. Priced at £329,995, the ‘Cornell’ is the perfect detached family home, with a single garage, spacious family dining room and an en suite to the master bedroom. The ‘Cornell’ is among several homes that are available to view immediately.
For buyers who prefer to live a little further away from the hustle and bustle of the city, David Wilson Homes offers two excellent developments within thirty minutes of Bristol city centre. The Peasedown Meadows development features a range of two-, three- and four-bedroom homes located only a few miles from the city of Bath. Homes at this development offer excellent value for money, ranging in price from £169,960 to £275,000.
Over the Welsh border, meanwhile, the Centurion Park development in the village of Caerwent is sure to prove popular. With excellent transport links to Chepstow, Newport and Bristol, Centurion Park is ideally located for buyers looking for a safe family environment and excellent transport links. The ‘Chelworth’, priced at £365,000, is one of the top picks, with a stylish kitchen and family area which opens out on to a spacious garden, perfect for lounging around or enjoying a barbecue on a summer afternoon. Available for viewings now, these properties are sure to move quickly.
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