WITH nearly 50% of the homes at a housing development in Old Colwyn already sold, buyers are being urged to plan ahead if they want to secure one of the remaining properties.

The off-plan success achieved by Castle Green Homes at Parc Elian demonstrates that the Welsh based business understands buyers’ housing needs.

Castle Green is the new identity of Macbryde Homes following a management buyout and new investment that will trigger significant expansion.

The new identity has already been rolled out at all existing developments, including the popular Parc Elian.

Sales and marketing director for Castle Green Homes Caryl Russell said: “The response to Parc Elian has been fantastic – we’ve sold nearly half of the properties off-plan thanks to a myriad of reasons, including competitive mortgage rates and the location. People love the idea of living near the coast, but the opportunities that buying a brand new home offers has been an overriding factor thanks to the little luxuries that help make modern living easy.”

Current availability at Parc Elian includes a superb choice of three and four-bedroom homes, currently priced from £249,995.

Among them is the four-bedroom detached Marbury, priced at £339,995.

It features a sociable kitchen, family and dining room, complemented by a separate lounge providing a quiet sanctuary. There’s also a handy utility and cloakroom.

Upstairs, two of the four bedrooms boast an en-suite, with the family bathroom effectively servicing the other two.

“Buyers at Parc Elian are enjoying being able to start with a blank canvas and putting their own stamp on their new home right from the very beginning. They can choose from a selection of Panorama kitchens and co-ordinating worktops, the wall tiles in the bathrooms and a host of other items,” Caryl added.

“As the first owner, there’s no waiting for someone else to move out before you can move in. There’s no need to update the interior – our homes are finished to a very high standard but have neutral interiors so there’s plenty of flexibility when it comes to accessorising, a real benefit for those who are bringing furniture from their previous property.

“Plus, there’s no need to worry about replacing the central heating or electrics, as can sometimes be required with older properties. Instead, our homeowners could find that a brand new home is six times more energy efficient than an older home, which could help reduce their energy bills. That’s due to features such as highly efficient heating systems, double glazed doors and windows, insulated floors and high levels of roof and all insulation.”

All of the homes benefit from integrated kitchen appliances including oven, hob, fridge freezer and, in the larger properties, a dishwasher.

“We’re working towards opening a sales and marketing suite at Parc Elian in February,” Caryl explained.

“In the meantime buyers are able to view show homes at our Bron-y-Castell development in nearby Abergele or take virtual 3600 tours via our website to help them visualise what their own home could look like.”

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