Final properties at Berrington Meadows are selling fast!
The Remaining Homes at Berrington Meadows are Selling Fast
The final phase of stunning new build homes in Shrewsbury at our Berrington Meadows development was released last month and four properties were snapped up within just days after the release! There’s still time to reserve the remaining plots today, but you will need to be quick.
We have been building beautiful homes in Shropshire for over 80 years, and our new build homes in Shrewsbury are no different. Designed and crafted to the highest standard, the three and four-bedroom houses at Berrington Meadows are the perfect homes for anyone ready to fall in love with their space again.
Located in the peaceful Cross Houses village in Shrewsbury, the development looks out over sublime views of Wenlock Edge. Built with these stunning surroundings in mind, the houses feature heritage colour windows and traditional timber porches. Close to the bustling town of Shrewsbury and the quaint market town, Much Wenlock, Berrington Meadows is the ideal development for growing families, retirees or those simply looking for a semi-rural lifestyle.
The Corbet at Plot 50 is a spacious home now available at the development. With four sizable bedrooms, study and a large living room, the Corbet is the perfect family home. The open-plan kitchen and dining area provides spacious living and the large garden is accessed by stunning bi-fold doors, making this home ideal for hosting guests and intimate dinner parties.
Looking for a family home for life? Designed, built and finished with the finest attention to detail and the highest quality materials, all the remaining properties at Berrington Meadows are futureproofed to ensure your Fletcher Home is your forever home.
With properties reserved within 48 hours of release, there has been no time for us to print our new home brochures! Find out more about this latest phase of high quality new build homes in Shrewsbury on the Berrington Meadows development page, or contact us to book a viewing.
6th August 2021Back to news