NEW family homes in Woolton, Liverpool, are selling impressively fast with all those made available so far selling on the first day of their release.

Sharing a road with the iconic Strawberry Fields and just around the corner from where John Lennon grew up, locations don’t come much better than this. It’s close to the amenities of Woolton village and only six miles from the city centre.

The Woolton Fields development, off Beaconsfield Road, is being undertaken under the umbrella of the Liverpool Housing Partnership, an award winning collaboration between Redrow, Liverpool City Council and Liverpool Mutual Homes, which sees profits from council land sold to Redrow directly invested in new affordable housing elsewhere in the city.

Woolton Fields will feature 18 homes on the site of the former Lower Lee School and more than half of those properties are already spoken for.

The first five to be made available were reserved immediately at the end of April and a further six are already subject to ‘early bird’ registration, a process which allows homebuyers the opportunity to stake their claim on future properties that are yet to be released for sale.

Jason Newton, Redrow sales director, said: “We invited all those who had registered their interest to a special pre-launch event, which was incredibly popular, and so when it came to the official sales launch we had over 70 people turning up interested in these family homes.”

The development will feature a mix of three and four-bedroom detached houses from Redrow’s Arts & Crafts inspired Heritage Collection, which combines traditional looking exteriors with high specification interiors designed for today’s family life. Prices have started from £380,000 for a three-bedroom home and £420,000 for a four-bedroom house type.

The homes are being built to Lifetime Homes Standards, allowing them to be easily adapted for all stages of life.

Lower Lee special school, in Beaconsfield Road, ceased to operate in 2009 and buildings were demolished in 2015.

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