Early release of family homes proves popular at Kent new homes scheme
has announced that just four out of 14 three-bedroom homes that it released ahead of schedule at its new homes in Kent development of new homes in Kent are still available, due to huge demand from buyers. Once these four are sold, buyers will have to wait until later in the summer for more three-bedroom properties to become available at this award-winning development.
Homebuyers across the spectrum have been purchasing at this development of What House? Housebuilder of the Year, with its selection of one- and two-bedroom apartments and two- and three-bedroom houses. First-time buyers, growing families and ‘downsizers’ have all found something to suit them at this scheme, which will eventually comprise 236 properties, located on the outskirts of this popular coastal town.
Prices at the development start at £135,000 for a one-bedroom apartment, and £214,000 for a three-bedroom house. While apartment owners share the landscaped grounds, each house has its own private garden. Some of the ground floor apartments have a terrace. There’s allocated parking and private garages to some homes.
Weston Homes, the current What House? Housebuilder of the Year, offers its usual high-specification interiors at the development. Stylish kitchen units with quality integrated appliances, wooden floors to living areas and a choice of carpets to each bedroom, and luxurious bathrooms and en-suite shower rooms. Sky+ and telephone points are standard in the lounge and master bedroom.
“There has been a high demand for family housing in Kent and this led to the early release of three-bedroom homes at Swale Park,” says Bob Weston, Chairman and Chief Executive of Weston Homes. “Sales have gone so well that we have already sold ten and there are now only four remaining for sale. Swale Park offers high-quality, modern homes providing good value for money in this fashionable part of the Kent coast, which combines a rich heritage with excellent transport links to London and the South East of England.”
Whitstable has become a chic destination boasting many great restaurants and pubs. It’s home to many artists and there are many galleries dotting the shopping areas and paintings for sale along the harbourside. Many London commuters also call it home. There are great transport links from the town by road and rail: it’s just a few miles to the A2 and M2 and there are regular rail services from the town’s station to Victoria and Cannon Street.
There’s a high-speed service from nearby Faversham into St Pancras which goes via the Medway Towns and Ebbsfleet International, for Eurostar services. Other Kent coastal resorts such as Ramsgate, Margate and Herne Bay are within easy reach and it’s only eight miles to historic Canterbury.
by Keith Osborne
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