Stunning new images showing the amazing transformation to the derelict, dilapidated site of a former Care Home in Leicestershire have just been released.
The 10 acre site in Wellsborough, near Market Bosworth, was formerly the setting for the Hornsey Rise Memorial Care Home, which closed down in 2012 and quickly fell into disrepair.
Now the Care Home has been demolished to make way for 19 luxury homes in what will be an unrivalled location in the heart of the Leicestershire countryside.
Award-winning developers Springbourne Homes, whose headquarters are in Coton Road, Nuneaton, have released high-resolution, CGI images showcasing the homes, which are currently under construction.
The new houses range from six to three bedrooms and from £1.4m to £575,000 and five have been sold already – even though they haven’t been built yet!
Springbourne Homes’ chairman Adrian Burr said: “The interest in Hornsey Rise has been absolutely incredible.
“We have been inundated with enquiries and have already sold five of the properties off the plans without resorting to any advertising or using estate agents.
“That’s remarkable and is testament to the style and quality of the homes allied to the fabulous location in the heart of the countryside.”
Springbourne, Homes, which has four House Builder of the Year awards, had been planning to open two show homes next month as the first houses near completion, however, that’s now in doubt.
Burr added: “One of the homes we had ear-marked for a show home has already been sold and, at the rate the other houses are selling, we might not need a show home now anyway.”