We are delighted to announce that we have acquired a new housing development in Pilling, on the Wyre.

Just a short drive from the coast, the development – St William’s Gate, will offer a stunning collection of semi-detached and detached properties in a range of 2, 3 and 4 bedrooms.

As part of this development, Create Homes will be featuring their popular house types The Stalmine and The Rossall, as well as launching a new house type “The Brock”, an exceptional 4 bedroom home.

The Create Homes’ design team have followed all the latest trends for contemporary living, providing generous and social living spaces in each property. Each home will be of a high build quality and offer exceptional levels of specification as standard throughout – including German engineered Siematic kitchens by Stuart Fraser; integrated NEFF appliances; oak veneered doors, security systems, block paving and a fully fenced & turfed rear garden.

The project follows on from the successful completion of our first site – Ash Meadows and current development St Petersfield’s, both in Inskip – near Preston and comes just week’s after the announcement of work starting on our site in Longton, The Paddocks.

Andrew Wright, Managing Director of Create Homes commented: “After the success of our first two residential developments in Inskip, we are really excited to begin work on our latest residential project. We are convinced that the quality of our homes and the rural setting, allows us to offer an exceptional product – the quality of which will be the best in the area.”

Work on site is due to start on 26th September 2019.

For further details and to register your interest, email the team at stwilliamsgate@createhomes.com

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