Sunday, June 7, 2020

Luxury Lincolnshire development reaches completion

Luxury Lincolnshire residential development Carrington Gardens has completed the first phase of properties and keys have already been handed over to its first residents.

Located on the prestigious Humberston Avenue, the 200-home retirement village delivered by Keystone Developments includes a mixture of one, two and three-bedroom bungalows and one and two-bedroom apartments, exclusively designed for the over 55’s.

Chris Parkinson, corporate sales manager at Keystone Developments, said: “We are thrilled to have finished the first phase of this exciting new development and we can really start to focus on getting Carrington Gardens’ residents established in their new homes.

“We are delighted to already have homeowners happily settled in and with a number of sales currently progressing there will soon be a busy, bustling atmosphere to the place which is exactly what we want.”

Carrington Gardens also has a unique ‘try-before-you-buy’ bungalow, where potential residents can stay for one night or two allowing them the chance to enjoy all that the development has to offer before committing to buying a property.

Chris added: “Carrington Gardens is ideal for those looking to keep the lifestyle of independent living but within a safe, secure environment and without the hassle of external maintenance and upkeep. The development is within easy reach of many local amenities, including shops and a luxury gym and leisure centre, making it the perfect location for over 55’s to enjoy.”

Donna Boston, new homes sales negotiator at Pygott & Crone, is responsible for the Carrington Gardens development.

She said: “The concept of Carrington Gardens is so unique to the area as most retirement developments consist of apartments but this one is mostly bungalows so it is really exciting.

“A large part of my role is to show people around the development so I get to have a good chat with the potential homeowners. We have had some brilliant feedback with people saying how luxurious the communal areas are and that we have thought of everything which is lovely to hear.”

Property prices start at £159,950.00

Keystone was formed in 2001 and prides itself on delivering high specification, bespoke new build developments for retirement living with quality design and a commitment to sustainability.

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