First look – new home designs coming to Port Loop
We’re incredibly excited to reveal what the latest phase of our bustling island neighbourhood of Port Loop will look like when it completes next year – including our first ever Row House homes in this location.
The new Row House homes are an entirely new typology, offering a modern take on mews-style architecture, featuring a striking grey profiled metal façade and signature oversized windows.
There will be 15 new three-storey Row House homes available, each with their own private garden terrace and access to a brand-new residents’ garden – a concept which has been very popular with our residents in the first phases.
Our latest images also show the next canal side Town House homes planned at Port Loop, which have proven incredibly popular within the prior two phases.
Ten Town House homes will be created within the new phase, all of them with waterfront views over the canal loop line. The homes will differ from the existing Town House homes thanks to a new exterior featuring a semi-glazed, white brick slip as well as it’s orientation with the water. Future residents will enjoy a tranquil view from their Juliet balcony as they sit and enjoy a morning coffee – perhaps as a bell-boat passes on the water! Both Row House and Town House homes benefit from car parking spaces.
You can now make early bird reservations with the possibility to determine the layout and specifications of your new home. On the Row House, buyers can choose varying ground and top floor layouts, while customers opting for a Town House can make even more decisions – including moving the kitchen to the top floor.
Prices start from £390,000 for the Row House homes, and £420,000 for Town House. Want to know more? Get in touch with Megan on 0121 752 1111, email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the enquiry form below.
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