Ongo homes in Corringham complete
Happy homeowners are settling into their new properties in the quaint, picturesque village of Corrigham, as work on Ongo’s next for sale site concludes.
The Pheasant’s Walk development, just three miles from Gainsborough, includes a collection of two, three and four-bedroom detached homes and bungalows for outright sale.
Each home has been completed to a high quality standard, with options of personalisation along the way, modern features and a luxurious finish.
Seven of the homes have now sold, with just two now available.
Lesley Warburton, Home Ownership Manager at Ongo said: “We are delighted we’ve been able to offer something fresh and of such quality to a beautiful village.
“The homes are just stunning and it has been a pleasure to be involved from inception, through to welcoming excited new homeowners and their families.
“Because of the location and the fact that not many homes of this kind come up here, interest has been super high. However, we are yet to finalise on our final two properties, so if you are interested please get in touch with us.”
Connie Sheeran, who lives at Pheasant’s Walk commented: “We are so happy in our new home, we absolutely love it.
“The development is in such a nice are and we have amazing neighbours.”
Pheasant’s Walk is part of Ongo’s mission to offer housing options for all, and comes after the success of their first joint venture in Blyton, which included 14 homes, built by T.G Sowerby.
They plan to offer more homes for sale in the future. To find out more about the remaining home and how you can put your name down, go to: www.ongo.co.uk/corringham. For more information on all of Ongo’s developments, go to: www.ongo.co.uk/developments.