Springfield Properties Take Over Large Nairn Housing Development

1 June 2013
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The Meadow Lea development, which is part of the Lochloy area to the east of the town, borders Nairn Dunbar Golf Course and has planning permission for around 200 homes. 

Springfield managing director, Innes Smith, is looking forward to selling homes in Nairn, a location where Springfield Properties are well known.

“We’ve always had a good reception from the people of Nairn,” the managing director said. “Our focus as always will be on giving customers high quality homes and great value for money. This development comes at a good time; we are seeing signs of recovery in the property market, more interest in all our developments and the mortgage situation improving, especially now that 95% mortgages are available for our customers.”

Springfield have a successful history of building in the town with high quality developments at Marine Apartments, Millford and Rhuallan.

The Marine Apartments was the first building project undertaken by Springfield’s newly-formed construction team in 1998 and since then the company has gone from strength to strength building over 2500 homes across Scotland.

According to Springfield’s sales manager, Joyce Napier, Meadowlea is a superb development,

“This is a perfect development for Springfield customers” she says. “The location is lovely alongside the golf course with some homes having sea views and all homes within walking distance of the beach. Nairn is a popular town with great facilities for sport, leisure and shopping and of course its proximity to Inverness will be a real selling point.

“Like all our homes a Springfield home at Meadow Lea will be tremendous value for money. We have reviewed prices and included more features as standard and of course customers will benefit from Springfield’s unique approach to housebuilding which means that every home is different with each one built to suit the individual customer.”

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