New homes launching in Telford next week


Lovell Homes is due to launch its next Telford development, Queensbury Park, on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th July.

Following the success of The Oaklands, located on Matlock Avenue, Lovell is now building a development of 165 brand new, high quality homes in the Priorslee area of Telford.

Launching to the public next week, Queensbury Park is a stylish mixture of two, three and four-bedroom homes, located off York Road.

Perfect for growing families, first time buyers and downsizers, the beautiful homes at Queensbury Park are built to suit everyone, encompassing style with quality, giving purchaser’s value for money.

Lovell sales manager, Michelle Barnsley said: “We are so excited with how the Queensbury Park development is coming on, and we can’t wait to launch!

“There is a great range of house styles on offer here with a mix of traditional and contemporary homes to suit all types of buyer, including first time buyers, families and downsizers.

“We anticipate this development to be extremely popular, with The Oaklands and Queensbury Park providing Telford with much needed housing.

“I would encourage all prospective homebuyers to register their interest for this development to avoid disappointment.”

Located on the outskirts of Telford, the Priorslee area has a very friendly atmosphere, plus local pubs, a medical practice, primary school and regular public transport.

Situated 13 miles from Shrewsbury and 30 miles west of Birmingham, Telford has excellent transport links with the M54 and A5 offering road links to east and west. The town’s railway station provides frequent services to Shrewsbury and Birmingham New Street station.

Built-in style, unrivalled quality and exceptional value are hallmarks that set a Lovell home apart. Every property offers superior specification and workmanship with rigorous attention to detail. Homes are also surprisingly affordable, especially with a range of purchase options available including Help to Buy.


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