Friday, August 12, 2022

New £10m housing development completes in Nottingham

Property developer Taggart Homes has delivered a 45 home development in Nottinghamshire.

All homes on the site are now build complete, with just the ex-view home being available to buy. Many residents are now enjoying their new homes and settling into life in the village of Annesley.

The development is located on Derby Road, allowing for easy transport routes to Hucknall, Nottingham and Mansfield.

With the majority of the properties falling within the Help to Buy scheme, the homes attracted a high level of interest from first time buyers, families and professional couples. The development is situated on the doorstep to amenities including primary schools, a supermarket, a library, sports fields and a short distance from Newstead Abbey.

Forest Park showcases seven different property types including semi-detached and detached homes.

Director of Taggart Homes, Nick Taggart, said: “We are very excited to see the completion of Forest Park and delighted to welcome residents into their new homes. The flurry of interest we’ve had on these properties has been remarkable as the homes began selling very early in the build and have continued to sell exceptionally well throughout.

“At Taggart, we pride ourselves on attention to detail, especially with high-specification fixtures and fittings that homebuyers can customise to their taste, as we know this plays a vital part in the home buying process.

“The distinctive homes were built on a vacant, derelict site which was former working men’s club and we have been committed to help revitalise the community and its future, as a thriving location popular with families and commuters. Whilst completing the build, we were delighted to be able to help the local primary school, donating much needed funds to help the school renovate their dining hall.”

Taggart Homes has worked alongside Core Architects and Ashfield District Council to deliver this scheme.

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