Ten new homes worth £3 million for Warwickshire village after land sale by John Truslove
Land in a Warwickshire village where ten smart new homes potentially worth more than £3 million will be built has been sold by John Truslove.
The commercial property agents struck a £670,000 deal for the 0.85-acre site on New Road, Studley with Kingslea Homes, the Solihull-based developer that markets itself as providing “homes with personality”.
And true to its boast, the stylish homes planned will include “everything except the curtains, furniture and people” according to Dean Chudasama, business manager of Kingslea Homes.
Mr Chudasama, who has more than 30 years of experience in development, said: “It’s easier for me to tell buyers what we’re not including in our homes, as they really do come with almost everything.
“Carpets, fitted kitchens with all appliances, bathrooms and en suites with full tiling, alarms, security lighting, double-sized sheds with bike racks, lawns and even door signs and bells – there’s not much left to get when you buy one of our homes.
“The ten homes we’re building will back on to a medical centre and pharmacy, will be less than ten minutes’ walk from three supermarkets, and will be close to a leisure centre.”
The properties, ranging from 750 sq ft to 1,350 sq ft, will include a pair of two-bedroomed, semi-detached to be sold for around £220,000 each, five three-bedroomed detached for around £340,000 each, and three four-bedroomed detached for around £425,000 each.
Mr Chudasama added: “We’re thrilled with this site and very impressed with the professional, responsive and totally committed service provided by Ben at John Truslove.”
Ben Truslove, joint managing director at Redditch-based John Truslove, said: “We’re delighted to have found Kingslea Homes such an attractive site for one of their prime projects.
“These smart homes will provide affordable living in one of the most desirable Midland rural locations, and we’re looking forward to seeing them being built.
“Kingslea Homes is an established developer with a great reputation, and they are just the kind of people we like to work with when we find new areas of land becoming available across Warwickshire and Worcestershire.”
Kingslea Homes were advised by law firm Harrison Clark Rickerby, while the sellers consulted Shoosmiths.
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