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PERFECT BLEND PROVES POPULAR WITH BUYERS AT BARRATT'S THE OLD CIDER WORKS

PUBLISHED: 00:16 26 February 2011 | UPDATED: 18:57 20 February 2013

PERFECT BLEND PROVES POPULAR WITH BUYERS AT BARRATT'S THE OLD CIDER WORKS

PERFECT BLEND PROVES POPULAR WITH BUYERS AT BARRATT'S THE OLD CIDER WORKS

A well-tailored and stylish mix of apartments and houses is being credited with the success of one of the area's most sought-after developments.

A well-tailored and stylish mix of apartments and houses is being credited with the success of one of the areas most sought-after developments.


Barratt is celebrating more three years of popularity at its Old Cider Works development in Norton Fitzwarren and the five star housebuilder says the variety of homes available to buyers is contributing to the high demand.


The Old Cider Works is a very special place, said Barratt sales manager, Mary Daymond. With a selection of two bedroom apartments and three bedroom houses on offer, there is something for everyone.


Each home has been thoughtfully designed to provide a delightful yet practical space in which to live. This, combined with such a wonderful setting at the foot of the Quantock Hills, means we are busier than ever.


As its name suggests, the Old Cider Works is the regeneration of a disused cider plant and is just outside the thriving market town of Taunton.


The development is within easy reach of both the town and the surrounding villages for all local amenities and services. And there is still time for those searching for their perfect home.


Current availability includes the two bedroom Milton and Norton apartment designs, priced from 147,500. And the three bedroom Brandon, Maidstone and Norbury houses are priced from 179,950, 192,000 and 204,500 respectively.


The Old Cider Works is already a close-knit and varied community, said Mary. From young professional couples seeking their first home to families looking for extra space to grow into, this is the perfect place to put down roots and it has a beautiful setting to match.For details of current availability at The Old Cider Works visit or call the sales office, open daily from 11.00am to 6.00pm, on 08448 111866 or visit www.barratthomes.co.uk


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