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Move in for Christmas with the Linden Homes development ‘The Artisan Quarter’ in picturesque Moreton-in-Marsh

PUBLISHED: 11:21 21 November 2013 | UPDATED: 11:26 21 November 2013

Artisan Quarter, Moreton-in-Marsh

Artisan Quarter, Moreton-in-Marsh


If the thought of waking up in a brand new property in the heart of the Cotswolds on Christmas Day gives you a lovely warm feeling, Linden Homes suggests you look no further than the superbly located development ‘The Artisan Quarter’, which is ready and waiting for you to move in.

Located in the picturesque town of Moreton-in-Marsh, 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.

But with only three of these beautifully presented homes now remaining, Linden Homes is urging homebuyers with an interest in the development to act quickly, as these properties are not expected to be on the market for long. What’s more, the price of a property at The Artisan Quarter – which currently starts at £344,950 for a four-bed semi-detached home – will only be held until December 1 2013.

Linden Homes Thames Valley sales and marketing director, Steve Garton, said: “The Artisan Quarter is an exclusive, private development just a short walk from the centre of Moreton-in-Marsh with its wide range of shops, tea rooms, public houses and hotels. As well as a choice of restaurants and three local supermarkets, there is also a weekly market with over 200 stalls. The area has a lovely community feel.

“I’d urge anyone with an interest in the development to move quickly as we are expecting these properties to sell very quickly. With Christmas just around the corner, what could be a better present than spending it in your new home?”

The Artisan Quarter is also only a short walk away from Moreton-in-Marsh railway station, from where trains generally reach London Paddington in less than one hour and 40 minutes, or Oxford in just 36 minutes. Cheltenham and Oxford are just a short drive away and Stratford-upon-Avon is also close by on the River Avon. For those traveling further afield, Birmingham Airport is just over 40 miles away and Heathrow Airport is a 72-mile trip.

All properties at The Artisan Quarter have been built to ensure the homes are as energy efficient as possible, with high quality installations such as Grade A gas fired condensing boilers and UPVC double glazed windows. External doors feature primed steel doorsets with multipoint locking system to ensure the homes are secure. 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, and with entertainment, communication and connectivity being such an important feature of many homes today, TV and BT points are installed in all the right places, ready for buyers to set up landline and satellite services.


For further information or to book an appointment to view homes:

Call appointed selling agents, Holmans, on: 0844 488 3020

or go online to: www.lindenhomes.co.uk


About Linden Homes, Galliford Try’s Housebuilding Division:

Linden Homes is Galliford Try’s award-winning housebuilding division and is the fifth largest residential developer in the UK, specialising in high quality, individually designed schemes across the country. Linden Homes was named Best Large Housebuilder 2012 at the What House? Awards, and Housebuilder of the Year at the Ideal Home Blue Ribbon Awards 2013. Forecasting to sell over 3,000 homes annually, Linden Homes holds a landbank of over 11,000 plots, 80% of which are on brownfield sites. The company is also leading the way in sustainable construction with its flagship development, Graylingwell in Chichester, the UK’s largest zero carbon scheme. Linden Homes builds homes from Cornwall to Lincolnshire and from West Sussex to Northumberland.


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