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East London Homes Selling Fast for Countryside Properties

Countryside Properties at East City Point block 16 MRCountryside Properties is celebrating substantial sales success at two key East London developments with over 110 homes sold in less than a year. With strong local demand, good design and excellent transport connections, Base3 in Bow has sold 58 homes and East City Point in Canning Town, 56 homes since their respective sales launches last year. Both have proved to be ideal for residents working in the City and Docklands.

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House-Hunter’s Seven Year Struggle to Find the Perfect Home

James & Julia Gray at Kings Gate (m-res)Located just a short train journey away from bustling Birmingham, Crest Nicholson’s Kings Gate development in Kings Norton offers house-hunters the very best of both worlds – quiet residential living on the edge of the Worcestershire countryside and all the benefits of the UK’s second city close at hand. This exclusive gated development comprises of one 3 bedroom and nine 4 bedroom detached houses, creating a small aspirational community perfect for couples looking to move up the property ladder, as well as those wanting to downsize to something brand new and more manageable.

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Bristol Property Market Growth Seen at Hanham Place

Sherbourne family - med resAs recent figures from Nationwide show, the Bristol property market has been fairing well in recent months with a growth of 4 per cent in the last quarter of 2011 – Crest Nicholson’s Hanham Place development shows this is certainly the case with homebuyers now snapping up more than 70 per cent of properties at the development.

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Homebuyers quick off the mark at Penarth Heights

Penarth Heights apartmentsHomebuyers have been quick off the mark to secure a property at Crest Nicholson’s Penarth Heights development in South Wales. The launch of the show apartments last month was attended by over 100 keen homebuyers and now over 40 per cent of the properties have already been snapped up.

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