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By South Wales Evening Post  |  Posted: May 28, 2013

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WORK is nearing completion on a high-quality exclusive development of 10 waterside apartments.

Mumbles Reach is made up of 10, individually designed two-bedroom apartments arranged over four floors, including two duplexes.

The larger-than-average sized apartments all have panoramic sea views across Swansea Bay and the Bristol Channel. Building work is scheduled to be completed in July when the apartments go on general release.

Each offers modern, high-spec open-plan living with undercroft parking, patio area to ground floor apartments and Juliet balconies to upper floors as well as high-quality finishes such as contemporary kitchens by Porcelanosa, Neff kitchen appliances and hardwood veneer flooring.

The development is being built to the Code for Sustainable Homes Level 3 and has been designed to comply with the Lifetime Homes standard.

Developer Dominic David, who is originally from Swansea, says Mumbles is a place people very much want to live in.

"And Mumbles Reach is an exceptional, beautifully finished development located in a much sought-after seaside village.

"This is the first new-build development to be built in Mumbles for five years. This really is a rare opportunity to purchase a new-build apartment in the heart of Mumbles. We expect interest to be high when we go to market on the scheme."

John Francis estate agent has been appointed to market Mumbles Reach. Trevor Carr, director at John Francis, says Mumbles' appeal is the high-quality lifestyle it offers prospective buyers: "The development is within 50 metres of the seafront and just a five minute walk to the thriving shopping area of Newton Road offering a range of high-end boutiques, cafes and restaurants on your doorstep.

"It is also within close proximity to Gower and its award-winning beaches, offering a fantastic lifestyle for people who choose to buy here.

"They offer the ultimate in living by the sea and are ideal properties for homes, holiday accommodation or investments."

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