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Putting the wheels in motion to move to a new home in Fulwood could help start a new cycle of your health and fitness regime.
There’s been a boom in bike riding in the wake of the pandemic, with more people using pedal power to help them stay fit and active.
Bike sales increased by 60 per cent from March to October last year, according to the Bicycle Association, with the industry body suggesting the figure would have been even higher if it wasn’t for supply issues.
As it’s Bike Week (May 30 – June 6), Anwyl Homes is highlighting how a move to a new home at Bluebell Meadows in Fulwood could help cyclists get into the saddle and explore routes close to home.
Buyers will be in for an easier ride than they may have imagined – homes are ready to move into with prices already set helping safeguard purchasers against possible further price rises, plus Anwyl is extending the Stamp Duty holiday on selected properties.
Sales director for Anwyl Homes Lancashire Matthew Gould explained: “The pandemic has made many people rethink their lifestyle, including where they can exercise close to home. The homes we’re building at Bluebell Meadows are in the perfect location for cyclists of all abilities as the famous Preston Guild Wheel cycle path is nearby.
“Those who are getting back into the saddle or are new to cycling could start with a short route, doubling back on themselves before they get too tired. While long-distance riders could cover the 21-mile circular route and explore some of the beautiful scenery including stretches along the River Ribble and wetland of Brockholes nature reserve. It’s a great way to explore your new neighbourhood.”
Located on Ladybank Avenue, Bluebell Meadows features a choice of four-bedroom detached homes that are build complete and waiting for the personal touches that make a house a home.
Current prices start from £336,995 for an Ascot style home. It features an open plan kitchen/dining space with adjoining utility, plus a cloakroom. There’s also a spacious lounge with beautiful bay window. Upstairs, all four bedrooms are doubles, with one boasting an en-suite shower room to complement the family bathroom.
Anwyl is offering to cover the cost of Stamp Duty on the Ascot – potentially saving customers almost £7,000 based on the full Stamp Duty rate, which is due to take effect from October following the phased reintroduction of the tax.
The homes at Bluebell Meadows are being built in a sought-after area, less than two miles from Masons Wood, which is renowned for its bluebells. The neighbourhood is well served by local amenities, with an excellent selection of shops in the centre of Fulwood, including a Booths supermarket, while Preston city centre is within easy reach.
Show homes at the development are available to view by appointment only. For more information, including the latest availability and pricing, see the website anwyl.co.uk/bluebell.