Final chance to reserve at Lovell Homes’ Worcestershire countryside development

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Leading housebuilder Lovell Homes is encouraging property seekers in Worcestershire to consider moving to the beautiful countryside, with only one remaining home available at its The Meadows development in Clifton-upon-Teme.

Situated off Pound Lane, The Meadows is a stunning collection of two, three, four and five-bedroom homes – perfectly designed for house hunters looking to enjoy life in the countryside.

With many people now spending more time at home due to the pandemic, a life in the countryside is more appealing than ever. With breath-taking views right outside your window and acres of outdoor space to enjoy peaceful walks, there’s never been a better time to consider countryside living.

Lovell Homes has listed the top benefits of country living.

  1. Enjoy a less stressful lifestyle 

It’s no secret that city living can be hectic, and the countryside is generally regarded as being less stressful. By taking away traffic jams, constant background noise and other factors that make up a city, you can enjoy a calmer and more tranquil lifestyle. 

  1. Benefit from nature on your doorstep 

Being close to the great outdoors helps both your physical and mental wellbeing, and it’s what many people are now craving following the national lockdown. With endless countryside at your feet, it’s easier to get involved in outdoor activities such as walking, cycling and gardening, thus providing residents with a healthier lifestyle. Or, you can simply spend a relaxing moment in your garden listening to the wildlife.

  1. Grow your own produce 

Take advantage of your spacious countryside garden and grow your own fruits and vegetables. Not only does this teach you a new skill, planting your own produce can benefit your cooking. Instead of queueing to buy pre-packaged ingredients, pluck them from your backyard and create wonderful homecooked meals.

Alternatively, if you aren’t much of a keen gardener, you can benefit from buying fresh and healthy produce from local independent suppliers instead of chain supermarkets.

  1. Join a friendly village community 

Living in the city is a constant rush, and neighbours rarely have time to stop and chat to each other. In the countryside, however, you can enjoy a bigger sense of community, and feel reassured that other residents are more likely to spare you some of their time, whether that’s having a catch-up on the doorstep or asking for a helping hand.

Homebuyers can now save up to £15,000 on the final home at The Meadows, with new rules stating that there will be no Stamp Duty to pay on properties up to the value of £500,000 on all sales taking place before 31st March 2021.

This home can also be purchased with just a 5% deposit using the Government-backed Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme. The remaining amount is made up from a 75% mortgage and a 20% equity loan, which is interest-free for the first five years.

The Meadows is situated in the heart of Worcestershire and overlooks the Teme Valley. The rural village of Clifton-upon-Teme is home to a friendly village school and local pubs and shops, and retains easy links to nearby Worcester, Hereford and the surrounding area.

The stunning five-bedroom Temeworth style home at plot 37 is the final home at The Meadows, priced at £440,000. This property boasts integrated appliances to the kitchen, an en-suite to bedroom one and the added bonus of flooring throughout.

The Meadows is open by appointment only, Friday to Monday from 10am to 5pm, with virtual tours also available via the website. For further information and to book your appointment, call 01886 478 768 or visit https://www.lovell.co.uk/developments/the-meadows/temeworth/

You can also like Lovell on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/lovellhomes and follow Lovell on Instagram at @lovell_homes, and on LinkedIn @LovellPartnershipsLtd. 

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