Award-winning developer Crest Nicholson has recently launched Spectrum, its latest development in Southborough, Kent. Launching on 2nd February, Spectrum comprises a contemporary collection of one and two-bedroom apartments, perfect for those looking to take their first step onto the property ladder. Prices at Spectrum start at £255,000 for a one-bedroom apartment, and at £320,000 for a two-bedroom apartment.
The development offers 69 new one and two-bedroom apartments, and its first residents will be welcomed in Autumn 2019. Homes will be available to purchase on the government’s Help to Buy scheme*, enabling prospective purchasers to secure their new home with just a 5% deposit.
Offering a high specification throughout, the apartments boast open plan interiors with large expanses of glass providing an abundance of natural light. All homes come with fully fitted kitchens and integrated A-rated Bosch appliances.
Situated next to the proposed Southborough Community Hub, residents will have access to a variety of amenities, including independent boutiques, pubs and restaurants on their doorstep. Southborough is located near the High Weald, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, allowing homebuyers to enjoy outdoor activities with family and friends.
Residents at Spectrum will benefit from excellent travel links, with trains reaching London Charing Cross and Cannon Street in approximately 50-minutes from the nearby High Brooms station. Travel by car is simple too with the A21 just a short five-minute drive away, and the A26 close by, leading to the nearby town of Tunbridge Wells.
Annette Cole, Sales and Marketing Director at Crest Nicholson Eastern, said: ”Following our launch at the weekend there has been much interest in these apartments and this exciting new neighbourhood, particularly with first time buyers. In addition to being a short drive away from Royal Tunbridge Wells and other major towns in Kent, commuters will be well-placed to access central London. We recommend potential purchasers get in touch as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.”