In the last 5 years, house prices in neighbouring Surrey Heath and Runnymede have increased by 34% and 36% respectively, signalling growing capital returns for investors.
Upper Longcross is the first residential phase of a visionary plan which will see Crest Nicholson establish a thriving new Garden Village with opportunities to live, work and socialise within one uniquely integrated community.
Among the government’s list of 14 garden villages announced in January 2017, Upper Longcross exemplifies the government’s call for high quality, attractive, and well-designed builds, while meeting local housing needs.
With beautiful homes and untouched countryside all around, Upper Longcross is a unique Garden Village that is ideal for families looking for their dream property and for investors looking to extend their property portfolio. The completed phases to date include a refined selection of 2, 3, 4 & 5-bedroom houses and 2-bedroom apartments.
Once completed, the full development will include over 2,000 new homes, commercial units, a business park, a community centre, and much more.
With easy access to the M3, M25 and both Heathrow and Gatwick airports, Upper Longcross is perfectly situated for reaching all parts of the country and beyond, while Longcross Station is within easy walking distance, providing direct links into London Waterloo in under an hour.
Crest Nicholson Regeneration Sales and Marketing Director, Marcus Evans, said: “Upper Longcross is a beautiful new community that offers a fantastic opportunity for both investors and owner occupiers. Its encouraging to see property prices in the area continue to rise and we are excited to watch the Upper Longcross community continue to grow.”