Summerfield help homebuyers and boost local business with cream tea open days

Summerfield is holding cream tea open days that will help homebuyers in Minehead and Williton by giving them £3,000 towards home decorations, in an offer that will benefit local businesses.

(From left) Kevin James, from Wilkie May & Tuckwood, Juliet Mountford and Richard Nicol from Summerfield and Adrian Clark, Managing Director of Magnum Blinds and Awnings who will be assisting with the home decorations offer, show their support for St. Margaret’s Hospice.

Regional property developer, Summerfield, will give an internal decorations package, worth up to £3,000, to anyone who reserves a property before 8 August at their College Gardens development in Minehead or The Paddocks development in Williton. Homebuyers will be able to choose from a variety of carpets and blinds for their new property, which will be sourced locally to support businesses in Somerset.

To kick-start the offer, cream tea open days will take place at both sites on Saturday 12 July from 10am to 2pm. Potential buyers will be able to enjoy locally sourced scones, jam and cream while gaining advice from Summerfield’s sales team and interior designers on how to make the make the most of the offer.

Richard Nicol, Divisional Sales Director for Summerfield, said:

“The prospect of moving into a brand new home is exciting and offers buyers the chance to decorate exactly as they want. Our open day on 12 July will allow viewers to discuss their plans with suppliers at College Gardens, while also giving them the opportunity to make considerable savings by reserving a home.”

The College Gardens development is well situated in the popular residential area of Alcombe, Minehead, and offers a choice of two-, three- and four-bedroom homes with prices starting at £155,000. At The Paddocks in Williton, three-bedroomed terraced homes with either garages or two parking spaces are available from £175,000, to four-bedroom semi or detached properties ranging from £220,000 to £249,950 depending on the plot.

In line with Summerfield’s usual high standards, each property has been designed specifically to complement its setting, incorporating traditional style with character features typical of the local area. All are built in a sustainable way, are designed to ensure energy efficiency and come with a ten-year warranty.

Talking about Summerfield’s aim to support local business, Richard added:

“Summerfield is a South West developer born from a family construction company that’s been active in the area since 1823, so supporting local business is incredibly important to us. It’s an exciting time for Somerset; businesses are positioning themselves for future growth and our decision to use local suppliers is our way of supporting the local economy.”

Richard Nicol, Divisional Sales Director for Summerfield, and Juliet Mountford, Sales Negotiator at Summerfield, prepare for the cream tea open days.As well as helping local businesses, Taunton-based charity, St. Margaret’s Hospice, also benefit from the cream tea open days. There will be an opportunity for viewers to make donations to St. Margaret’s Hospice on the day and they will receive £100 for every property sale that completes within 2014. Summerfield recently presented St Margaret’s Hospice with a cheque for £2,400 from sales in the first quarter and Summerfield are hopeful the open days will enable them to make other significant donations throughout of the year.

Find out more about the College Gardens or The Paddocks developments and receive details about further open day events, contact the local agents Wilkie May & Tuckwood on 01643 704400 and Chanin & Thomas on 01984 632167 respectively. Visit www.summerfield.co.uk.

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Photo caption one: Richard Nicol, Divisional Sales Director for Summerfield, and Juliet Mountford, Sales Negotiator at Summerfield, prepare for the cream tea open days.

Photo caption two: (From left) Kevin James, from Wilkie May & Tuckwood, Juliet Mountford and Richard Nicol from Summerfield and Adrian Clark, Managing Director of Magnum Blinds and Awnings who will be assisting with the home decorations offer, show their support for St. Margaret’s Hospice.

About Summerfield:
Summerfield is an award-winning developer with a longstanding reputation for delivering quality buildings and offering a professional, personal service to customers.

Established in central Somerset in 1987, Summerfield evolved from a family run construction company founded in 1823. Drawing on a deep store of local knowledge and experience, Summerfield builds a range of commercial and residential properties to high construction and environmental standards.

Operating across the South West, Summerfield’s extensive property experience includes office, retail and leisure buildings, and industrial estates. In addition, the company holds a portfolio of commercial buildings with a variety of leasing options.

With a strong track record of delivering quality residential property, Summerfield offers a selection of homes ranging from two-bedroom affordable coach houses to three, four and five-bedroom prestige properties. Every home is designed to complement its setting, incorporating a traditional style typical of the local area with character features and unique finishes. Built using the latest construction techniques, all Summerfield homes come with a ten-year warranty.

Summerfield offers a friendly and personal approach to business that is based on trust, openness and reliability. Summerfield’s vision is clear – to provide quality properties and service.

Think property. Think South West. Think Summerfield. www.summerfield.co.uk