A development of new town centre mews houses in the heart of Leamington has been released for sale.
Regent Mews in Chapel Street features nine three-storey town houses designed by nationally-renowned architects Corstorphine & Wright.
The homes, which start at £365,000, are being marketed by leading Leamington-based agent ehB Residential.
Four of the homes have been released for sale and Edward Bromwich, of ehB Residential, said it was “highly unusual” for new mews houses to be built in the town centre.
“This is a wonderful development. It offers four-bedroomed mews homes in the centre of town and very sensibly priced. We are expecting a very high level of interest,” he said.
“The developers bought the site of the former AC Lloyd offices and have used a nationally-renowned, award-winning architect to develop a scheme which really is a model for imaginative, brownfield development.
“The properties have everything you would expect in mews homes. They all have town-house gardens with terraces, Regency-style railings to the front and two dedicated car parking spaces.
“But they also benefit from all the advantages of modern, energy-efficient building techniques and materials as well as latest communication and entertainment technology.
“They are just five minutes walk to the railway station, while Jephson Gardens is, literally, just a minute away.
“We believe that is a very attractive combination that will have widespread appeal.”
The properties are fully carpeted, have double glazing throughout while the contemporary fitted-kitchens feature stainless steel Bosch ovens and other stainless fittings.
Work is well underway with the scheme, with the first houses due to be complete by Spring 2015. Contact the selling agents ehB Residential on 01926 881144 .