Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Fit for a King

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Fit for a King

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If buyers can move quickly, there's still time to snap up a brand new home on one of George Wimpey's most popular developments.

George Wimpey North's Brass Castle Park site at Marton will eventually have 79 four-bedroom detached family homes.

The location is ideal for family life, offering a quiet residential neighbourhood with an extensive range of local amenities.

Joan Peart, fields sales manager, said: "It's a very popular site and we're selling around two homes a week.

"But there are still houses available for people who want to move in time for Christmas."

She added: "The development is in a very nice area of Marton, there are good schools locally and it's a really popular place for families.

"The houses have garages and good sized gardens."

Home ownership at Brass Castle Park dates back an amazing 2,000 years.

For an archaeological dig at the Marton development unearthed artefacts, houses and pottery dating back to the Iron Age.

Now modern day house-hunters can choose houses in a range of four different designs which feature many more home comforts than their historic predecessors.

The development is situated in the leafy suburb of Middlesbrough which has even more historic connections - Marton was the birthplace of the famous explorer Captain James Cook.

The family-sized homes offer well-designed layouts, spacious and light rooms and large gardens.

There are three showhomes - the Canterbury, Mayfair and Balmoral.

Prices at the site currently range from pounds 209,995.

Just one property type on the site is the Canterbury home.

It has features including a large separate dining room, master bedroom with good sized en-suite, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom fitted with free standing sanitary ware and beautifully proportioned living room with access via French doors to the garden. …

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