Davidsons Homes will begin marketing their 250 new homes, ranging from two to five bedroom plots, at the former Rugby radio station site next to Hillmorton, now know as Houlton, this Saturday (8 April).
Construction work for the first phase of homes at Houlton is now well underway, with Urban&Civic’s Visitors Centre and the Davidsons Homes sales cabin now open for business from this weekend.
Davidsons Homes at Houlton will be a mix of 2, 3, 4 and 5-bedroom family plots and will be marketed as Dollman Meadow at Houlton.
Visitors to Davidsons sales cabin this weekend will also find the newly established Dollman Farm community hub, created by master developer Urban&Civic, offering prospective residents an insight into the vision for the future of Houlton. Set around the courtyard of the original Dollman Farm, visitors to Houlton will be able to visit the Visitor Centre, the newly opened Tuning Fork eatery and The Barn community centre during their time on site.
Houlton is set across 1,200 acres of land and over the next 15-20 years, will be developed to feature 6,200 homes, three primary schools, one secondary school, an eight GP health centre and extensive green spaces and amenities.
Davidsons Homes will be promoting the first sale of homes at Dollman Meadow over the launch weekend [April 8] with Sales Director Stephanie King excited to see what the future holds for the landmark development.
Stephanie King comments: “Work is progressing well at Dollman Meadow and we are particularly excited to welcome visitors to look at our plans for the site, and to make the first sales to people who will be some of the very first residents at this flagship development.
“Dollman Meadow features a good mixture of homes for buyers to choose from. First-time buyers and downsizers will be suited to our two and three-bedroom homes, while growing families can find more space in our larger four and five-bedroom homes.”
The developer has recently announced that it will be naming Dollman Meadow’s streets after the first transatlantic call, which was sent from Rugby Radio Station.
Stephanie King said: “Developers Urban&Civic are breathing life in to this historic brownfield site and the prospect of moving into a brand-new community with new amenities is attracting buyers to Rugby.”
Johanne Thomas, Communities and Partnerships for Urban&Civic added: “We have worked closely with Davidsons Homes over the past six months to present Houlton and Dollman Meadows to potential buyers. We are confident that the quality of homes that Davidsons offer combined with the quality of landscaping, open spaces and community facilities will make this Rugby’s most sought-after location”.
For more information about Dollman Meadow, visit www.davidsonshomes.co.uk