DifRent Private Rental, a leading provider of homes for private rent in the North West, has launched 79 new private rental homes at its new Highfield Green development in Tower Hill, Kirkby.
The brand new high quality two, three and four bedroom homes are situated less than 10 miles from Liverpool City Centre and close to Kirkby town centre.
Available to reserve this month, Highfield Green features 12 two, 63 three and 4 four double bedroom semi-detached and detached homes for private rental. With prices starting at £595 p/m, the new homes are ideal for young families, professionals and couples alike.
Designed and built exclusively for DifRent by Countryside, the brand new homes are bursting with character and are available in a range of styles to guarantee a high standard of living.
The Weaver, Grantham, Ellesmere, Stamford and Lyn house styles feature beautiful modern kitchen/dining rooms fully-fitted with cutting edge appliances and a family sized stylish bathroom with state of the art fixtures and fittings. While the Walbrook features a contemporary open-plan living and dining room with separate, modern kitchen. All of the new homes benefit from beautiful flooring throughout and French doors opening to a garden area to maximise on the provision of natural light, while upstairs the feeling of space continues with well-proportioned bedrooms.
With only a short drive from Kirkby town centre and Liverpool City Centre, residents of Highfield Green can benefit from an abundance of local amenities, shops, restaurants and leisure activities.
Vicky Hurcomb, marketing manager at DifRent, said: “We’ve seen a lot of interest across our Liverpool developments, so we are delighted to bring these stunning new homes to the rental market in Kirkby. These high quality family homes are in a fantastic location and have been designed and space planned to guarantee a high standard of living.”
More information is available by calling 0345 319 6819 or visiting the DifRent website: www.livedifrent.com/highfield-green
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