Construction work is advancing at the fourth phase of a new housing development in Coningsby.
Chestnut Homes has now welcomed seven residents to phase four of Kings Manor, which will eventually comprise 109 new homes.
Situated off Hoplands Road, the latest chapter of the development will include 76 houses for private sale and 33 affordable homes for rent or shared ownership, as well as public open space and a children’s play area.
As part of the planning agreement for this phase of the development, Chestnut Homes is providing funding of £55,282 for sixth form education and £44,363 for healthcare.
The development, which is located to the north of Old Boston Road at the eastern edge of the village, will eventually comprise of over 300 homes.
Building work on the fourth phase began in November 2020 and the site welcomed its first residents at the start of this year. Construction is expected to be completed on this final phase by 2023.
Helene Key, Sales Manager at Chestnut Homes, said: “We have been building at Kings Manor for the past 10 years, delivering a range of high-quality new housing for people looking to get on or move up the property ladder in this thriving village.
“The development has formed a seamless extension to Coningsby and the homes here have become very much part of the established community within the village. Consisting of 109 homes, a play area and green open space, phase four is the largest of all the phases at Kings Manor and will make a significant contribution to meeting the demand for new homes in the area.”
A selection of two and three-bedroom homes are currently available at Kings Manor, with prices starting from £169,950 and £249,950, respectively.
For more information, call 01526 343323 or visit chestnuthomes.co.uk.