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Centenary Fields launches to the public

1 Mar 2019

Hampshire househunters are invited to view the contemporary properties at Bewley Homes’ Centenary Fields development in Bramley following its launch on Saturday, March 2.

The design-led developer is expecting huge interest in the Sherfield Road site, which features a fine selection of two, three, four and five-bedroom homes. Its show home, a four-bedroom detached property in The Curridge range, is available to view from 10am to 5pm from Thursday to Monday.

The house benefits from a garage, a study, and an open plan kitchen/dining room with doors leading out to the rear garden. Upgraded features are available including fitted carpets, and Silestone worktops in the kitchen and utility room. Prices start from £350,000.

The development was permanently named Centenary Fields, in agreement with the local Parish Council, to mark the 100-year anniversary of the end of the First World War, commemorating the local heroes who gave their lives during the conflict. The 30 new homes are set within substantial open space including a number of communal play areas, and are close to Bramley’s many convenient amenities.

Bewley Homes Sales and Marketing Director Elaine Stratford said: “We’re very excited to launch this fantastic new development, and we are sure there will be a steady stream of prospective residents coming through the doors. We’re confident that the properties will be snapped up quickly, so we’d urge any interested parties to pay us a visit as soon as they can.”

Those who reserve a property at Centenary Fields in March will receive a choice of fitted carpets or Amtico flooring, plus Silestone worktops, garden laid to lawn and £2,000 towards moving costs. They will also benefit from £1,000 towards their legal fees, or £1,500 if reserving a five-bedroom home.

For more information about Centenary Fields, email centenaryfields@bewley.co.ukor call 0808 173 0012.

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