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Pictures: New Nottingham gated community opens for the first time


The exclusive Enderleigh Mews development – located at Alexandra Park Nottingham – will be opening to the public for the first time for a launch event from 27 – 28 October.

The newly completed show home – which will showcase what the eight townhouses and two semi-detached properties planned at Enderleigh Mews will look like – is opening for a two day event and the team behind the scheme are inviting potential buyers to take a look around.

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Jo Langford-Yates, sales negotiator at Pygott & Crone – the agency marketing the development – said: “Enderleigh Mews is going to be an absolutely beautiful collection of unique, family homes – there’s nothing like this development in the city.

“At the event, we will also be joined by our financial advisor – who is on-hand to advise on mortgage options and the help-to-buy scheme, which is available on all of the properties. Anyone who makes a reservation over the weekend will also receive a £500 John Lewis voucher – which will certainly come in handy when decorating your new property.

“The interiors have been designed by Anna Hart, who has created contemporary and relaxed family homes which are both practical and aesthetically beautiful. The designs have to be seen to really be believed.

“Each bedroom boasts a walk-in wardrobe and each home has a spacious, contemporary living area; stylish kitchens – fitted out with state-of-the-art appliances and features from Porcelanosa as well as private gardens.

“Enderleigh Mews is in a fabulous location, set within a mature leafy setting, close to the city but far away enough to benefit from private outdoor space.

“The homes range from £405,000 – £450,000 and I would recommend anyone who may be interested to join us from 27 – 28 October to experience just how fabulous these properties really will be.”


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