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CALA Homes launches luxury apartments in Cheltenham

An award-winning housebuilder has announced it will be launching a collection of apartments at its 59 Lansdown development in Cheltenham.

CALA Homes' launch event will take place on Saturday, June 29 and Sunday, June 30. It will give visitors the opportunity to view the plans and drawings of the new apartments, four of which have already been sold off plan.

They'll also have the chance to take a tour of the Regency, the stunning five-bedroom villa show home, whilst enjoying champagne and delicious nibbles.

The luxury development is a collection of 42 one and two-bedroom apartments, currently under construction on the site of Cheltenham's former Police station.

Complete with spacious balconies offering views towards Leckhampton Hill to the rear, the apartments follow the launch of the Regency-style villas earlier this year, of which 40 per cent of the five-bedroom villas have now been reserved.

The first release of apartments are from the impressive Charlton Court, which houses a collection of eight one-bedroom apartments, five luxury two-bedroom apartments and one stunning penthouse.

There are now just two 'Juniper' one-bedroom apartments available, priced at £289,000.

Priced from £445,000, two-bedroom apartment 'The Milbury' offers an impressive living space, master bedroom boasting fitted wardrobes and a stylish en-suite shower room, as well as entry to the balcony.

Neil Simpson, sales and marketing director at CALA Homes (Midlands), said: "Following the successful launch of our Regency-style villas, we anticipate that the new apartments at 59 Lansdown will prove to be hugely popular with a range of purchasers looking for a more manageable property.

"The stunning apartments have been designed to offer stylish, low-maintenance living and they are the perfect answer for young professionals in Cheltenham and those that are looking to downsize. We would encourage interested purchasers to get in touch as soon as possible to avoid missing out."


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Sarah McKinnon, head of residential development sales for Savills Cheltenham, selling agent for 59 Lansdown, added: "Cheltenham is synonymous with Regency architecture and, being the first Regency-style new development to launch in the town in many years, 59 Lansdown was destined to garner attention.

"The villas are already selling very well off-plan and we are expecting a similarly positive reception when we launch Charlton Court."

The apartments are available to purchase using Help to Buy, a Government-backed scheme which is designed to support both first-time and existing homeowners to purchase a new build property with as little as a 5 per cent cash deposit.

Easily accessible, 59 Lansdown is the perfect place for living and working, with the M5 motorway just three miles away and Cheltenham Spa station is just a 10 minute walk from the site with regular trains to Birmingham, Gloucester, Worcester, Bristol and London.

Renowned for its quality education, Cheltenham is home to independent schools including Dean Close School, is situated just behind 59 Lansdown, as well as Cheltenham Ladies College and Cheltenham College.

Prices for the apartments range from £250,000 to £445,000.

For more information on 59 Lansdown please contact 01242 650 589, visit the showhome open daily from 10.30am to 5pm, or visit www.cala.co.uk.

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