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First Show Homes Launched to Great Success at The Copse

Eager house hunters gathered for the launch of the Henley and Balmoral show homes, at Redrow West Country’s latest development The Copse, in Dawlish.
Aspiring homeowners came together for the first opportunity to step inside the two stylish show homes on the prestigious new homes site. The Henley is an impressive four bedroom executive home packed full of quality and charm, with a double garage, two en-suite bedrooms and a thirty-six foot family dining and kitchen area.
Guests were also welcomed inside the newly built Balmoral house type for the first time. A grand four bedroom home, rich in design from a bygone age as well as quality craftsmanship throughout. The captivating home is light and spacious with an open plan kitchen/dining area, separate lounge, family/study room and two en-suite bedrooms.
The Copse at Warren Grove is an exciting, exclusive development of family homes in an idyllic location just two miles from Dawlish Warren’s popular beach and nature reserve as well as leisure and shopping facilities.
Redrow’s Area Sales Manager, Louise Frost, commented: “We were so pleased with how many interested and enthusiastic house hunters came to the event at the weekend and took the opportunity to view our highly anticipated new show homes.  The development has already been well received even before we opened the show homes and we had such positive feedback at the weekend, that we’re confident these new show homes will prove to be popular with house hunters as it gives a really good feel to the high quality of the build and finish available at The Copse.”
Prices at The Copse start at £355,995 and the Sales Centre is open daily from 10am to 5.30pm.
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