Barratt Homes West Midlands is offering property seekers the chance to make their new home work for them with a selection of three and four bedroom homes at its Warwick Gates development in Warwickshire.

Barratt Homes West Midlands is offering property seekers the chance to make their new home work for them with a selection of three and four bedroom homes at its Warwick Gates development in Warwickshire.

Whether it’s a home office that’s needed or the tranquil surroundings of the Warwickshire countryside, the Warwick Gates development has truly versatile homes to suit a range of homebuyers.

 

If working from home is difficult with the hustle and bustle of the house, then the spare room of these homes could be transformed into a professional study. If, after a long day’s work, peace and tranquillity is needed then a walk in the fresh air at the nearby Cotswolds is sure to clear the mind.

 

The three story Kingsville and Rochester style homes give homebuyers the flexibility to turn their top floor into anything that suits them, whether that be a study, an art room, music room or just a space for relaxation.

 

Graydon Worthing, Sales Director at Barratt Homes West Midlands, said: “Warwick Gates is an impressive development that sits on the outskirts of Warwickshire where homebuyers can enjoy a relaxed lifestyle and with the Cotswolds nearby, all that the countryside has to offer.

 

 

“With so many residents taking advantage of the beautiful surroundings and the open spaces within the development, Warwick Gates is already a new, thriving community.

 

“Homes at the development are built to be suited to a range of buyers, ideal for both families and couples looking to settle down. Whether working from home or home schooling and entertaining children, there is plenty of space in our wonderful homes to achieve this.”

 

A detailed set of working practices and protocols has been developed by Barratt so that its construction sites can operate safely and in line with the latest guidance from Government, Public Health Authorities and the Construction Leadership Council.

 


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