Beautiful New Homes Soon to be Complete in the Heart of Powys
Pickstock Construction is due to complete on houses at Cae Vyrnwy in Llansantffraid which is located in the heart of the Welsh countryside. Pickstock Construction has been building homes throughout the UK since the 1980’s ranging from apartments to family detached houses.
Cae Vyrnwy will be the final phase of the Spoonley Farm development which saw Pickstock Construction work alongside J-Ross Developments Ltd to redevelop the site. This also included the reconstruction of the village shop and detailed traffic improvement systems which featured a new roundabout and road into the housing estate.
Cae Vyrnwy will feature 12 brand new homes ranging from bungalows, semi-detached, detached and terraced houses. The internal specifications are almost complete and those properties that have already been sold are due to be occupied shortly. The semi-detached houses with traditional external detail including natural stone, fit perfectly in the surrounding area.
Andy Jones, Managing Director of Pickstock Construction commented “Our Spoonley Farm development has proved to be a popular site with demand for housing in this area high, we are sure that Cae Vyrnwy will get the same response from new home buyers.”
There are plots still available to purchase at Cae Vyrnwy and now that Pickstock Homes are offering Help to Buy Wales this is a great incentive to this appealing residential site.
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