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Orchard Mews, Larkfield by Redrow

15 August 2014
by KentOnline reporter

There’s a final chance to put down roots at Redrow’s Orchard Mews development.

Orchard Mews development, Larkfield

Orchard Mews development, Larkfield

The 55-home site in New Hythe Lane in Larkfield, near Maidstone, has clocked up an impressive sales rate since launching last summer.

Now with just a handful of properties available, it’s a case of now or never for potential buyers.

“Based on the success to date it won’t be long before we’re celebrating a sell-out,” said Redrow sales director Kerry Jenkins.

“Even those with a house to sell could find they’re able to secure a buyer and move here. With our Mastermove service we can help customers sell their property quickly and at full market value, with Redrow paying the estate agent’s fees.

“Alternatively we may be able to use the value of their current property as part payment for a brand new home. Essentially we’ll buy their home so they can buy one of ours.”

The final homes at Orchard Mews include three-bedroom semi-detached Broadways and a detached Pembroke. Prices start from £282,995 or £226,396 with Help to Buy.

Orchard Mews is on the site of the former KM Group offices, opposite Larkfield Leisure Centre.

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