Article image Award-winning housebuilder, Crest Nicholson, has opened the doors to its much anticipated development in Bretforton. Demand for the homes has already proven high, with properties now being sold off-plan from the St James Mead development in Badsey.

The stunning collection of traditional three, four and five bedroom homes, the majority of which are detatched with gardens, will give house hunters in Evesham the chance to own a slice of rural luxury near the beautiful village of Bretforton. 

Nestled on the outskirts of the town, the development is the ideal location for families, combining high specification homes with design that’s in-keeping with the surroundings of the area. The development also has the added benefit of being within close proximity to the Cotswolds and Evesham, providing great links into the commuter cities of Birmingham and London.

Amanda Benjamin, Senior Sales Manager at Crest Nicholson Midlands, said: “We’re delighted to launch this collection of stunning homes in Bretforton that are not only designed to reflect the character of the surrounding area, but are also set in a truly enviable location on the outskirts of the local village.

“House-hunters who are looking to upsize or take that first step onto the property ladder for the first time can now benefit from added affordability of Help to Buy at the development. We urge any prospective buyers to visit the sales team at St James Mead today.”

One home that is currently available to reserve is the four bedroom Caldwick. This spacious detached house with two garages is ideal for families, offering a large living room and separate dining room on the ground floor, as well as a downstairs cloakroom. The open plan kitchen and breakfast area lead onto the utility room – a vital space for any busy family. To the first floor, viewers can explore the impressive main bedroom which includes not only an en-suite, but walk-in wardrobe for added luxury. A second large double bedroom, which also has its own en-suite, the third double bedroom, fourth bedroom and, family bathroom also occupy this floor.

Prices at Bretforton Village under the Help to Buy scheme currently start from £309,560 for a four bedroom Copthorne House, and £310,360 for a four bedroom Caldwick house.

For more information about Bretfornton village and the homes available, contact Crest Nicholson at St James Mead in Badsey on 0845 894 3246 or visit