Benefits of Living Near Green Open Space Proves a Priority For Luxury Developer

With many house hunters in Leicestershire looking to achieve more from their first or next move, we are meeting the demands of its buyers by hand-picking the locations in which we builds.

High on the list of priorities is developing properties close to green open space that are not only set amongst scenic rolling countryside, but also provide residents with the health and well-being benefits of living near a rural setting.

Recent research by Aarhus University in Denmark showed that children who grow up without green surroundings have up to 55% higher risk of developing various mental disorders later in life.*

Each of our developments offer a more tranquil way of life for those who prefer rural living.

Kerry Jones, Head of Sales at Mulberry Homes, said: “As a leading luxury housebuilder across the Midlands, we carefully select each location in which we build to ensure we are meeting the needs of our future residents.

“As research suggests, even small amounts of interaction with nature and the outdoors can have significant impact in reducing stress levels, which is an extremely important aspect to consider when making a move to a new home.

“As our developments are set within rolling countryside, owning a Mulberry home isn’t just about our beautifully traditional properties, it’s a lifestyle that more people are aspiring to.”

We  currently has a handful of properties available at Hursley Park in Great Bowden, Stokes Rise in Great Easton, Oak View in Appleby Magna and Harcourt Gardens in Kibworth Harcourt.

New homes have recently been unveiled at Heathcote Grange in Great Bowden, and at the Kingsbury Park development in Lutterworth.