Giraffes provide an unusual welcome for visitors to St James Mews

House builder, Bellway has literally stuck its neck out at its new development in Dudley, St James Mews. Visitors to the new development are greeted by two ornamental Giraffes which may lead some visitors thinking that they have arrived at the nearby Dudley Zoo.

“We always like to make visits to our developments memorable,” said Bellway’s sales director, Steve Rose. “Giraffes are graceful and majestic animals and it’s not every day you will come across one in your front garden. They have received some fantastic comments and have been well received by all our visitors, if it carries on like this they could become a landmark. We are looking for names and approaching schools to see what they can come up with.”

St James Mews has been designed as a traditional family orientated development comprising a range of house designs providing three and four bedroom accommodation in detached and semi-detached styles with prices starting from £179,995.

For a limited period Bellway is offering a 100 per cent part exchange deal to customers with a property to sell. Buyers can also take advantage of the NewBuy scheme that allows buyers to take advantage of a 95 per cent mortgage.

Families moving to St James Mews will find Jesson’s Church of England and Castle High school close by, with Bishop Milner Catholic school, Holly Hall Mathematics and Computing College, and Dudley FE College in the vicinity.

For commuters there are good transport connections north to Wolverhampton, and south to Stourbridge, the M5 is also a short drive from St James Mews.

For more information please call the sales centre Tel 07760 990016. The sales office is open Friday to Monday 10:30am to 5pm with a late evening Thursday 10:30am to 7:30pm.