Mayor Officially Opens New Show Home on Exmouth Development
Councillor John Humphreys; Mayor of Exmouth carried out an official ribbon cutting ceremony to open the new show home, a four-bedroom Town House, at a development in Exmouth. Built by independent builders C G Fry & Son, ‘Hillcrest’ is located in the desirable
C G Fry & Son an independent family-run business is renowned for its excellent reputation and extensive portfolio of high-quality projects ranging from private individual houses to major developments. The company has received numerous regional design and quality awards throughout the South West for developments including the prestigious urban extension known as Poundbury in Dorchester for The Duchy of Cornwall and the triple award-winning
Hillcrest comprises 49 homes set within generous grounds with a woodland landscape and spring flowers are in abundance. The development design is carefully planned with streetscapes of detached and semi-detached homes in brick, stone and render with slate and tiled roofs properties to be in keeping with the local area. It consists of spacious three and four bed houses and the new show home is a four-bedroom town house.
The properties are set in the grounds of the Withycombe House built in the early nineteenth century. The property was Grade II listed in 1949 and in later years converted into a school by Devon County Council before its closure a decade ago.
Cllr. John Humphreys says: “It is great that a company like C G Fry & Son can have the vision to build such fantastic family homes. It is exactly what Exmouth wants and needs and will become a community within itself."
Kevin Murch Construction Director – C G Fry & Son Ltd says: “We are very excited about this site located in a prime position of Exmouth, a popular and lively town. This development offers people the opportunity to live in quality, well designed homes with real character in what feels like a parkland setting yet located by the coast with all the convenience of being in town. Sales are flourishing and we only have a few properties remaining on the current phase.”
C G Fry and Son: 7th Apr 2014 11:00:00