at Caynham, about five miles from Ludlow, Shropshire, is for sale at pounds 165,000 through Nock Deighton's Ludlow office on 01584 875555.
For further information on the Rose Cottage
Farm development and the homes available, visit the sales information centre off Strait Lane, open Thursday to Monday between 11am and 5pm or call 01642 927850 or log onto www.taylorwimpey.co.uk Development File DEVELOPMENT: Rose Cottage
Farm LOCATION: Stainton, Middlesbrough DEVELOPER: Taylor Wimpey North Yorkshire PRICES: Rose Cottage
Farm currently features a range of three and four bedroom homes, from PS174,950 CONTACT DETAILS: Sales information centre off Strait Lane open Thursday to Monday 11am and 5pm, call 01642 927850 or log onto www.taylorwimpey.co.uk
Externally, Briar Rose Cottage
has a parking/turning area, detached timber garden shed and a garden encompassing an orchard area with apple trees, extending in all to half an acre.
will provide two bedrooms, Eurobia Cottage is south facing, double fronted and with four bedrooms and Dahlia Cottage is a three storey design, also offering four bedrooms and a detached double garage.
The Rose Cottage
Farm development at Stainton currently features a selection of four and five bedroom homes from PS249,950.
HOME OF CHARACTER Rose Cottage
, in the popular village of Wylam, will appeal to a variety of buyers
One Midland couple Mr and Mrs Charles and Brenda Stanton bought Rose Cottage
in Himley, near Dudley, 17 years ago and they have never thought of changing it.
Debbie Whittingham, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey North Yorkshire, added: "Rose Cottage
Farm is a beautiful development, in a fantastic location and with Part Exchange a move there is much simpler than many buyers may think; as we even cover the estate agents fees."
It's excellent timing with its Rose Cottage
Farm development now taking shape right in the heart of Stainton.
, Stagshaw Bank, Corbridge, is for sale through Foster Maddison at a guide price of pounds 375,000, tel: 01434 605441.
Retired Naval officer Alan Hall, aged 63, of Rose Cottage
, Black Bank, Exhall, figured in a Millennium Honours List and received a medal from the mayor of Nuneaton and Bedworth to acknowledge his work with the disabled.
Debbie Whittingham, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey North Yorkshire said: "With our Rose Cottage
Farm development now a key part of the Stainton community, we were more than happy to help them revitalise the area."