We might be new to the West Midlands but we’re certainly not new to building beautiful homes.
At the heart of every new Countryside development, is our desire to create communities and places people love, so we are very excited to announce the launch of our new West Midlands region and two exciting developments.
With over 55 years experience, Countryside has earned the reputation for building award winning, desirable homes in the South and North West of England. Our skills and expertise range from transforming large areas through ambitious urban regeneration projects to creating sought after luxury homes.
Having recently opened our Wolverhampton office, we’ve already launched two new developments in Smethwick and Cradley Heath – totaling 194 homes being made available on the open market.
Over in Cradley Heath is our Regis Park development, which is set to bring 90 three and four bedroom homes onto the open market at the Doulton Road site. Located near the stunning Rowley Hills, this site provides families with the opportunity to secure a spacious new home in this evolving community. Prices start from £192,995 for a three bedroom home.
Our new Galton Lock development is located on Mafeking Road, Smethwick, and will comprise 104 three and four bedroom open market homes, with prices starting from £189,950. We’re also working closely with the nearby Bangladeshi Islamic Centre, on Lewisham Road, to provide a much-needed car park for visitors to the mosque.
Peter Vella, Regional Sales and Marketing Director at Countryside, commented: “Our design and specification stands us apart from other developers and I think home buyers will be impressed with our attention to detail. We have been hugely successful for many years in the North West, so it seemed a natural progression for us to move into the Midlands. Both these schemes promise to deliver high quality homes that will play a key role in building and enhancing the local communities for years to come.”
Homes at each of the new developments will be available through a number of home buying incentives, including the Help to Buy scheme.