The wait is finally over!
After many months of waiting details of Shropshire Homes superb new development on The Mount in Shrewsbury have been revealed. The county’s largest independent house-builder has proudly opened the doors to its newest homes at ‘Mount Grange’.
Mount Grange comprises sixteen prestigious homes boasting some of the largest and most impressive houses Shropshire Homes have ever built. Finished to an extremely high specification the houses are designed to combine traditional reception rooms with exciting contemporary family living space and feature spacious gardens and exquisite external architecture. Perched on the brow of The Mount in one of Shrewsbury’s most sought-after locations, many of these desirable homes enjoy expansive views across the River Severn to the countryside beyond
Shropshire Homes have raised the bar for house-builders in the region bringing a new era of contemporary living into classical homes.
There are six different house types, four of which are built over two storeys whilst two also enjoy spacious lower ground floor rooms opening through french windows onto private patios. The choice and flexibility of the homes on offer will provide a perfect haven for most lifestyles.
Each home combines the architectural character of this historic area of Shrewsbury with the best of contemporary luxury and convenience. From kettle taps to wine coolers, high quality kitchen and bathroom fittings and under floor heating, the spacious and carefully designed interiors allow for quality family life and great opportunities to entertain.
Take a step outside the front door and the experience continues. With spacious and well-lit patios and garages with electric doors and charging facilities to embrace the new era of hybrid and electric cars each property will be a joy to come home to.
Shropshire Homes design flare and attention to detail has been running through their houses for over 30 years. Only a few minutes from Mount Grange is another of Shropshire Home’s impressive developments – ‘Leighton Park’. This striking building once a 19th century hospital is being carefully converted into contemporary apartments and houses again combining period features with the best of contemporary internal design.