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Quality, location and character are hallmarks of the Artisan Quarter – now for sale in Moreton-in-Marsh

PUBLISHED: 16:42 29 April 2013 | UPDATED: 16:42 29 April 2013

Linden Homes's Artisan Quarter, Moreton-in-Marsh

Linden Homes's Artisan Quarter, Moreton-in-Marsh

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The anticipation is over as Linden Homes unveils a new collection of quality homes in the beautiful town of Moreton-in-Marsh, in the heart of the Cotswold Hills – now available to buy off-plan.

The Artisan Quarter features nine stunning and distinctive houses built from traditional brick and stone, with charming features that put them at ease in one of the most beautiful country landscapes in England.

The three and four-bedroom homes are all for private sale and will enjoy a layout that creates a private and secluded development providing individual gardens for the all-important outside space.

Bustling Moreton-in-Marsh, in north-east Gloucestershire, has several friendly public houses, hotels, tea rooms, a choice of restaurants and three nearby supermarkets. There is a busy Tuesday market with over 200 stalls.

Although surrounded by rolling countryside, it is far from isolated. A short walk away from The Artisan Quarter is Moreton-in-Marsh railway station from where trains can reach London Paddington in less than one hour and 40 minutes or Oxford in just 36 minutes.

It also has excellent commuter links on the A44. Worcester, Cheltenham and Oxford are just a short drive away, with Stratford-upon-Avon close by on the River Avon. Birmingham Airport is just over 40 miles away and Heathrow Airport is a 72-mile trip.

The Artisan Quarter promises to live up to its name, with Linden Homes’ customary quality and craftsmanship in every room.

At the heart of the home is the kitchen, with stylish tracked spot lights, modern upstands to match worktops, ceramic floor tiling and contemporary sinks and taps, plus either a single or double oven with hob. The four-bedroom homes feature an integrated fridge freezer and dishwasher.

Bathrooms get the same attention to detail with contemporary white sanitaryware, water saving taps, stylish tiling and an up-to-date range of shower trays and enclosures with clear glass and bright silver coloured surrounds. The master bedroom boasts a fitted wardrobe.

A brand new Linden Homes property also means money and energy-saving features such as Grade A energy efficient, gas-fired condensing boilers and fitted UPVC double glazed windows.

Househunters quick enough to reserve a home during construction at The Artisan Quarter will have the opportunity to choose the exact plot they want, and then shape their home to their individual tastes: kitchen appliances, bathroom features, tiling, flooring and so on.

As well as bringing their own personality to the guaranteed quality of their brand new home, buying early also unlocks special pre-show home prices which might not last long.

Linden Homes Thames Valley sales and marketing manager Sharon Eldred says, “Moreton-in-Marsh is a beautiful place to live, surrounded by stunning landscapes and in a very popular part of the country. The Artisan Quarter is designed to live up to this stunning location.

“The character and traditional touches to these exclusive houses are going to impress visitors. Linden Homes is known for the quality of its work so we’re expecting a lot of interest – people should register to avoid being left behind.”

Prices range from £284,950. For more information call Holmans estate agents on 01608 652345 or go online to www.lindenhomes.co.uk

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