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Kendrick Homes debuts in Coventry with £7m ‘Keresley’ development

A new £7m development, just a few miles from Coventry city centre, has been launched today by one of the UK’s longest-established homebuilders.

Kendrick Homes is moving into the area for the first time in over three decades with its Newton Grange scheme in Keresley, which will offer a mix of two, three and four-bedroom properties.

Starting at £264,950, the houses offer something for everyone, from first time buyers looking to get on the property ladder or families looking for their ideal home.

The development has excellent transport links and is close to both Coventry and Birmingham, with lots of independent shops and eateries a stone’s throw away.

“This is the first time we’ve built in Coventry, and we are really excited about what Newton Grange will bring to local buyers,” explained Adam Cadman, Marketing Manager at Kendrick Homes.

“All the properties have been designed in keeping with the local area and carry a lot of our trademark characteristics and high-quality internal fittings. They will also feature solar panels to ensure the homes are as environmentally friendly as they can be, as well as helping combat the huge rises in energy costs we are seeing.

“Kerseley is a lovely little village on the outskirts of Coventry. This is a rare opportunity for people to move here and enjoy great community spirit, whilst still being able to commute to two major city centres and two airports. It really is the best of both worlds.”

Every home on Newton Grange has been created by Kendrick Homes’ in-house design team to meet the most exacting of standards, with thoughtfully planned spaces and stylish interiors.

Contemporary bathrooms and ensuites come as standard, with the latest kitchens, a host of energy efficient features and superfast fibre broadband all among the benefits buyers can enjoy.

A show home will be ready to view in October this year, giving potential buyers the opportunity to see what living in Keresley could be like.

Adam went on to add: “As part of our commitment to the village, we are investing £120,000 into improving local transport, education, and healthcare facilities.

“It’s very important when we move into a community that we build homes that will leave a positive lasting legacy, and this is what we will achieve with Newton Grange.”

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The 'Kinlet' at Newton Grange
The 'Kinlet' at Newton Grange

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