As one Door Closes, Another Opens for Mulberry Homes in Great Bowden

With an era of providing new properties at Hursley Park coming to a close, Mulberry Homes is looking ahead to a new beginning at its Heathcote Grange development in Great Bowden.

Just three homes remain at Hursley Park on Welham Lane, but with a selection of properties recently released at Heathcote Grange on Leicester Lane, house hunters in the area still have the opportunity to secure their dream home.

With sweeping countryside views on the doorstep, purchasers in this sought-after village location will be able to find the aspirational home they’ve been longing for.

Traditional exteriors make the mark of a Mulberry home, whilst a contemporary design guarantees a lifestyle of comfort and practicality.

Kerry Jones, Head of Sales at Mulberry Homes, said: “It’s pleasing to know that our Hursley Park development is soon to be complete and it won’t be long until we’re helping our final residents make the move to this wonderful community.

“Whilst offering the last chance to buy at Hursley Park, we’re delighted to be able to present another opportunity for property seekers in Great Bowden with the new homes at Heathcote Grange.

“With both developments just around the corner from each other, they share the benefits of a fantastic village location with traditional shops and equally stunning countryside views.”

Whilst being able to enjoy a fine rural setting, the commuter access isn’t compromised with Leicester, Rugby, Northampton and Milton Keynes comfortably accessible. The nearby train station in Market Harborough also provides regular services to London.

The three family homes remaining at Hursley Park are currently available with prices ranging from £444,950 to £840,000.

A selection of three and four bedroom properties is available at Heathcote Grange with prices ranging from £389,950 to £649,950.