Just in time for Christmas, award-winning house builder Crest Nicholson Eastern is pleased to announce the release of 30 contemporary apartments at Oarman’s House - the latest exciting phase at the sought-after Ingress Park development.
The festive season is a peak time for potential buyers thinking about moving to their new home. The stress of hosting a hectic family Christmas can be a key factor in deciding the time is right to search for a new, more spacious home.
Statistics reveal that last December more than 1.6million visits were made to a major property search engine between Christmas Eve and Boxing Day. And this year Crest Nicholson is offering buyers an early Christmas gift of a £500 Bluewater voucher for every reservation placed at Ingress Park on either December 22 or 23.
Apartments at Oarman’s House start at just £195,000 when purchased through the government's popular Help to Buy scheme. Award-winning house builder Crest Nicholson has embraced this initiative, which makes it possible to buy a new or existing home worth up to £600,000 with just a five per cent deposit.
The contemporary homes available through the scheme at Oarman’s House are located in the multiple award-winning Ingress Park development in the sought-after Greenhithe area, set among 72 acres of landscaped grounds on the banks of the River Thames. Dubbed ‘Kent’s best kept secret’ by locals, the spectacular setting provides panoramic views of the River Thames and, at night, the bright lights of the City & Canary Wharf.
Annette Cole, Sales and Marketing Director, Crest Nicholson Eastern, said: “We know December is one of the busiest times for prospective buyers looking for their ideal home to kick off the New Year. Ingress Park has been an incredible success over the past 11 years and we’re so excited to unveil the latest phase of apartments at Oarman’s House. It’s a modern complex with homes to suit a range of buyers, from professionals to young families.
“And as a special treat for those who reserve on December 22 or 23, we’re giving away £500 worth of Bluewater vouchers - perfect for a bit of last-minute Christmas shopping money or the ideal treat to spend in the sales!”
Internally, the apartments at Ingress Park are both contemporary and stylish, with thoughtfully-planned living areas featuring large open plan layouts to accommodate the varying requirements of contemporary lifestyles. The kitchen / living rooms lend themselves to home entertaining, while there are plenty of options to arrange sofas to create a cosy enclave for cold winter evenings.
Every apartment benefits from good sized double bedrooms, and in apartments with more than one bedroom, the master suite comes with an en suite and fitted wardrobe. Each property is flooded with natural light with floor-to-ceiling glazing and either a private balcony or terrace affording far-reaching views either across the water or towards Ingress Abbey for the added ‘wow factor’.
The historic Ingress Abbey is the centrepiece of the development, offering a reminder of the location’s extensive past. Originally built in 1833, it has been restored to its former Gothic grandeur, and further reinforces the exclusive nature of the development as a whole.
The Oarman’s House phase is a mixture of one and two bedroom apartments starting at £187,500 with Help to Buy. For more information or to make an appointment to view the show apartment, telephone: 0870 752 4370 or visit: www.crestnicholson.com/ingresspark