New homes attract families to Medway
January 27, 2012 by Mark
A new housing development in the Medway region is set to attract a number of families looking for a new home.
The brand new Sorrel Place development lies in Wigmore, a small village near the towns of Strood and Chatham. With access to a number of local facilities and amenities and good transport links to the bigger towns of Gillingham and Rochester, the developers who worked on the new housing estate hope that this will be an attractive proposition to anyone wishing to find a new home for their family.
A showhome is already open at Sorrel Place, showcasing the best that the housing development has to offer. When prospective buyers visit the show home, they will be able to chat to a sales representative or to take away printed marketing literature that contains more information about these new houses. Property developers often produce attractive glossy brochures and leaflets in conjunction with local print companies who offer services such as flyer, brochure and catalogue printing.
Strood and the wider Medway region have a plethora of amenities to offer local residents, ranging from good schools to highly commended public services. These, combined with clever marketing and attractive showhomes should see the Sorrel Place development become part of the Medway community extremely quickly.
Prices for the new homes range from around the £240,000 mark and more information can be found by directly contacting Hillreed Homes, the developers of the project, or by visiting the showhome in Wigmore, Kent.