Final 2 homes!
Don't miss out on luxury living in the rural town of Greetham!
Our Greetham Gardens development provides a rare opportunity to purchase a beautiful detached property in a Lively Village with a Proud Architectural Heritage. You will also be inspired by the superb homes we have which are beautifully constructed from local stone and slate with contemporary lifestyles in mind. This fabulous village has the perfect setting to enjoy as a family with a local school only 1.5 miles away, as well as the Rutland Water Nature Reserve close by to enjoy family days out with many events not to miss!
Choose from five bedroom detached homes, all with a double garage and block paved driveways. Our final 3 homes all include flooring throughout worth up to £6,500!
This development is a result of careful consideration for the surrounding area, built in harmony with its environment, designed to enhance the character of a village which can trace its history back to Norman times.
Richmond House type:
You will be inspired by the sense of neighbourhood spirit that actively encourages residents to get involved in village life. With its excellent pubs, village shop, primary school and various societies, Greetham is the very essence of an English village. Beyond the village, there are numerous opportunities to get out and about with the championship-standard Greetham Valley Golf Club; a good footpath network for keen walkers including the long distance Viking Way which traverses the village; and nearby Rutland Water, the biggest stretch of water in the United Kingdom.
It is an internationally recognised wetland and is also a haven for watersports’ enthusiasts as well as cyclists and walkers keen to negotiate its 17-mile perimeter. You will also be inspired by the superb homes we have which are beautifully constructed from local stone and slate with contemporary lifestyles in mind. This development is a result of careful consideration for the surrounding area, built in harmony with it's environment, designed to enhance the character of a village which can trace it's history back to Norman times.