Miller Homes offer virtual tours to house hunters in lockdown

Don’t let the lockdown stop you from finding your dream home, as Miller Homes offers virtual tours and online reservations to house hunters.

Miller Homes are offering virtual tours and online reservations to house hunters while viewings are unable to take place due to Coronavirus restrictions.

The interactive virtual tours mean viewers can explore a selection of the most popular home styles with high quality, clickable 360 images and videos. A tour of The Calver, which is one of the homes available at the Scholars Place development in Gloucester, can be found at millerhomes.co.uk.

Properties at the Scholars Place development are also available to reserve online, so buyers can bag their new home virtually contact free. Those who know which property they’d like can reserve it from the comfort of their own home using an online system, then Miller Homes will contact them within 72 hours to confirm the reservation.

For anyone wanting to speak to somebody personally, sales managers at Scholars Place are available on the phone or on email between 10.30am and 5.30pm from Thursday to Monday to help with any queries.

For more information on Miller Homes and the Scholars Place development in Gloucester, visit millerhomes.co.uk or call 03300 377735.


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Wednesday 15 April 2020

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