Double cash bonus for buyers and friends at Barratt Homes across Somerset
PUBLISHED: 15:08 21 July 2010 | UPDATED: 17:35 20 February 2013
Satisfied homeowners at new developments across Somerset can recommend Barratt to their friends and earn up to £2,000 for their recommendation.
Satisfied homeowners at new developments across Somerset can recommend Barratt to their friends and earn up to 2,000 for their recommendation.
The developer is holding special garden parties on Saturday 31 July and Sunday 1 August at sites throughout the region, providing potential buyers with the perfect opportunity to bag their dream home on a development near to a friend.
Our homes are often sold after personal recommendations from buyers to their friends and family, said Barratt sales manager, Mary Daymond. Word of mouth is very powerful and we are pleased that so many feel able to sing the praises of our homes. This is our chance to say thank you.
We will be holding garden parties at developments, including Festival, Old Cider Works and Cades Farm at the end of the month and are inviting current buyers and their friends to join in the fun. Our teams are very much looking forward to welcoming them. Those who decide to buy one of our homes will be given up to 2,000 to spend on anything they wish. And those who recommended us to them will receive the same lump sum.
Living at Festival in Bridgewater means a tranquil life next to the canal. A highly sought after development of one and two bedroom apartments and three and four bedroom homes, Festival is set alongside the Parrett.
A semi-rural feel is combined with the convenience of just a few minutes walk to the town centre in Bridgwater. For commuters, there is close access to the M5 motorway with Bristol, Taunton and Exeter all within easy reach.
Current availability at Festival includes a selection of two bedroom apartments perfect for first time buyers looking for an enviable waterside location. They are the Neptune from 114,000; the Mermaid starting at 125,000; and the Spinnaker design, from 133,000.
For those seeking a rural retreat just a short distance from local amenities, the Old Cider Works fits the bill perfectly. A popular development at the foot of the Quantock hills, it is just outside the thriving market town of Taunton in Norton Fitzwarren.
As its name suggests, The Old Cider Works, is the regeneration of a disused cider plant and is within easy reach of both the town and the surrounding villages for all local amenities and services.
The selection of two, three and four bedroom homes include the two bedroom Norton apartments, from 146,500; the three bedroom Essex, Norbury, Maidstone and Brandon houses, from 178,950; and the four bedroom Thornton design, from 243,000.
The small country town of Wellington is the setting for the attractive Cades Farm development. This green field site is surrounded by nature, yet as easy access to the M5, Bristol Airport and the city of Exeter to the south.
Offering a selection of attractive three, four and five bedroom detached homes, current availability starts with the three bedroom Maidstone design, from 184,950. The four bedroom homes include the Radleigh, Dumont, Cranford and Dumont designs, from 246,000.
Every one of these developments has something unique and wonderful to offer everyone from first time buyers to growing families, said Mary Daymond. But buyers dont need to take our word for it. They can come along to one of our garden parties with their friends and families and find out for themselves everything these exciting Somerset homes have to offer.
For details of current availability at Barratts Somerset developments, call Barratt on 01392 423014 or visit www.barratthomes.co.uk