To launch a new series of executive homes, a brand new marketing suite and a one bedroom show apartment at Noble Park in Epsom, Crest Nicholson welcomed The Deputy Mayor Michael Arthur and Deputy Mayoress Ann Arthur to officially launch the proceedings.
The launch, which took place on Thursday 6th September from 5pm to 7pm, enabled homebuyers to preview the new four and five bedroom homes and the new one bedroom show apartment to see the high quality and specification of a Crest Nicholson home. The new marketing suite and show apartment are housed in Dartford House - one of the old Edwardian buildings, which is being lovingly being restored as one bedroom apartments.
With a wealth of experience of the Epsom and Ewell area, Deputy Mayor Michael Arthur spoke of the changes he has seen in the area over the years and spoke highly of the Noble Park development and the community being built upon the former hospital site.
Elected a Residents Association candidate for Ewell Ward in 1966, the Deputy Mayor has served his Ward ever since. As an active member of the Planning Committee, he has played a vital role in the Planning Policy Sub-Committee, which has chaired the area for several years.
As part of the launch, Crest Nicholson presented a cheque of £1,000 to the Deputy Mayor for his chosen charity Dyscover – an organisation that helps with the rehabilitation of stroke sufferers.
The exclusive collection of brand new four and five bedroom executive family houses, designed to reflect the traditional local architectural vernacular, whereas the refurbished one, two and three bedroom apartments are a marriage of elegant Edwardian exterior design and crisp, clean modern interiors.
Located next to beautiful open spaces, the three, four and five bedroom executive homes have a high specification throughout with upgraded kitchens, an iPod dock and ceiling speakers and fully tiled bathrooms with Villeroy and Boch suites.
The refurbished apartments benefit from high ceilings and large sash style windows which allow for light-filled rooms and doors leading out on to balconies enhance the sense of space; complete with modern fixtures, they are perfect for today’s modern house buyers.
Christine Tiernan, Sales and Marketing Director, Crest Nicholson South, commented: “Beneath the traditional exterior design and interior layouts, the properties feature top-of-the-range contemporary internal fixtures and fittings. The superior specification to all of these properties really adds to their appeal and, coupled with the tranquil location and the proximity to excellent transport links, means they’re sure to be a hit with purchasers.”
When complete, Noble Park will comprise 360 homes with exciting choices for everyone from first time buyers to growing families and busy working professionals, as well as those seeking a more relaxed pace of life. Noble Park is located within a conservation area surrounded by green space and park land and is close to the beautiful rural areas around Epsom. The site is a short distance from Epsom Common and Horton Country Park, while Epsom Downs and its iconic race course are also in close proximity. For commuters, Ewell West station and Epsom Station are within a short distance of the development, with train journeys into London taking approximately 35 minutes. Road links are also strong, with the M25 and A3 both within easy reach to.
One, two and three bedroom apartments start from £224,950. Two, three, four and five bedroom homes start from £274,950. For more information please call 0870 751 3958 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, visit www.crestnicholson.com/noblepark.