Victoria Mews, Victoria Crescent
Victoria Mews, Victoria Crescent
- Luxury Living
- Bespoke Development
- Contemporary Finish
- Help to Buy Scheme
- 860 sq ft
- Ideal FTB
- 2 Bedrooms
- Designer Kitchen
- Incentives Available
- Buy off Plan
Property Summary** ALSO AVAILABLE WITH HELP TO BUY AT £128,000**.CALL Sue at the MARKETING SUITE on 07545 070813 for an appointment to view or JUST CALL IN FOR A CHAT ..THURSDAY- MONDAY FROM 11AM..RANGE of 2,3 & 4 bedroom HOMES set within an exclusive DEVELOPMENT just off HORNINGLOW ROAD...**INCENTIVES AVAILABLE
**SHOWHOME NOW OPEN FROM 11am-7pm THURSDAY-MONDAY**.Designed and executed to an exceptional standard offering the very best in Luxury Living in Burton on Trent by Make Homes...Victoria Mews is a collection of 2,3 & 4 bedroom homes set within an exclusive bespoke development where Location,Luxury & Lifestyle combine to provide ultra modern & sophisticated homes with uncompromising quality & meticulous attention to detail overlooking a central green
Turning heads in DE14 and getting noticed this new Flagship development is now available to Reserve your Plot off Plan and have a choice from a Designer range of Kitchens and Bathrooms which will be equipped to an exceptional standard with the finest quality fittings and will be ready for you to move into and really make your own.
The Athena is an exceptional starter home offering a unique synergy of volume and natural light with home entertaining at its core with the large lounge,exceptional fitted kitchen and 2 double bedrooms on the first floor with an en- suite complementing the master bedroom and main bathroom and a low maintenance rear garden.
Burton-upon-Trent is a town on the River Trent in East Staffordshire, close to the border with Derbyshire and about 30 miles north east of Birmingham. The National forest encompasses the town and extends Eastwards to Ashby de la Zouch.
For centuries brewing was Burton's major trade, and it is still an important part of its economy today. With brewing being so ingrained with the town, it is probably not surprising that Burton is also home to CAMRA's National Breweriana Auction that takes place each October, latterly in the town hall. The town is still a lively centre of craft brewing.
Burton-upon-Trent boasts three excellent shopping centres, with a good mix of specialist shops and the country's leading retailers. The Victorian town hall in all its Gothic splendour, is the ideal venue for concerts, exhibitions and other functions. The Brewhouse Arts Centre, is a multi-purpose arts building incorporating 230 seat theatre, gallery, studios, media centre, cinema, darkroom and a delightful bar bistro in which to relax. For public transport, the town is served by Burton-on- Trent railway station with two platforms, with Bus routes at the end of the road going to the town centre and Hospital, Swadlincote and Ashby de la Zouch. Within travelling distance are Bretby Golf club, Burton Tennis Club, Leander Rowing Club, Meadowside Swimming and Leisure Centre, the National Brewing museum and multiplex cinema. The National Football academy is within easy reach of the town centre as is the Dry Ski Slope, Burton Albion Football Club and the Rugby club.