Townhouses have a certain elegance, but they also offer a flexibility that’s perfect for families, and their popularity is on the rise according to CG Fry & Son. The stylish three-storey home, which is currently being offered for sale at the Poundbury, Greys’ Field and Nansledan developments in Dorset and Cornwall, features four spacious bedrooms, with a garage and parking. It’s the thoughtful layout however which is proving attractive to potential buyers. In Poundbury, the ground floor features a dining room, kitchen with French windows leading into the garden and a cloakroom. However, the dining room could easily be used a family room or playroom. At Grey’s Field and Nansledan there is a spacious kitchen and dining area on the ground floor, a utility room and a cloakroom. On the first floor of CG Fry & Son townhouse is the master bedroom suite and sitting room, which again offers a living space that can be adapted to suit the needs of the buyer. On the second floor of the townhouses at Poundbury are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom, ideal for a growing family. At Grey’s Field and Nansledan, on the second floor are two further bedrooms, a third bedroom or study and a family bathroom.
05th June 2017
Building work on 26 new apartments for the over 60s has taken a significant step forward. Regional Builder CG Fry & Son, who are building the apartments in Vaughan Road, Whipton, Exeter, were joined by Exeter City Council (ECC) and the Project Team for a ‘topping out ceremony’ to celebrate the completion of the roof structure. The new block of one and two-bedroom apartments is to be known as Chester Long Court - named after the former leader of Exeter City Council Chester Long. The new flats are being built to Passivhaus standards, meaning that the homes will provide very good indoor air quality, a stable and comfortable room temperature and heating bills will be significantly lower than that of a standard property.
05th June 2017
A Newquay family has found their perfect family home at CG Fry & Son’s Nansledan. Justin Randell, a 43-year-old retail manager, and his wife Danielle, 35, a dental nurse, are the first residents to move into the development. The family was previously renting a three-bedroom home in Treloggan, Newquay but were tired of seeing their hard-earned money being spent on rent. So, with the couple’s two children Jayden, 11, and Presley, 5, growing up fast, the Randells decided that the time was right to move into a home they could call their own. The family took advantage of the Help to Buy scheme to move in to a four-bedroom, three-storey home at CG Fry & Son’s Nansledan development.
09th May 2017
Primary school children from the Wyvern Academy gained a fascinating insight into the housebuilding process and an experience to remember after their visit at Grey’s Field development in Chickerell. The site visit was initiated in relation to the school’s spring topic ‘Houses and Homes’ for which it is significantly important for the pupils to be able to see, feel and touch the materials to help their effective learning. The group of pupils were welcomed by CG Fry & Son’s Project Manager Nathan Pyett, who made sure the school visitors have everything in place for what was a truly memorable experience. They provided the children with an array of building materials as well as a forklift to demonstrate the moving process of heavy load.
26th April 2017