Award-winning developer Crest Nicholson will be launching the latest phase of its sought-after Kings Warren development in Red Lodge in the new year. The new phase, Saffron Fields, will offer a mix of 141 two to four bedroom homes in the heart of Suffolk which will be ready to move into next Summer.
Meeting local demand, the new phase will feature a collection of exceptional homes from Crest Nicholson’s new house types, which have been thoughtfully designed, with traditional exteriors in keeping with the existing properties in this rural corner of the country. Modern interiors accompany integrated appliances and high-quality fixtures and fittings throughout.
Karen Coulson, Sales and Marketing Director at Crest Nicholson Eastern, comments: “We are excited to be launching this new phase at our Kings Warren development in the new year – it’s an established, thriving development, popular with first time buyers and families alike. Kings Warren has a lively community, with easily accessible amenities, such as a village centre, cafés and more.
“We have a variety of schemes available at this phase, including the government backed Help to Buy: Equity Loan, whereby first-time buyers will have additional support in getting on the property ladder and securing their dream home. In addition, we offer Deposit Unlock which offers homebuyers the chance to get on or move up the housing ladder with just a 5% deposit and will give purchasers of new build homes the opportunity to access 95% loan-to-value mortgages with selected lenders. Lastly, Part Exchange is also available on selected plots, guaranteeing a cash buyer for their previous homes.”
Nestled on the edge of the bustling town of Newmarket, residents at Saffron Fields will benefit from an array of amenities including a village centre, primary school, sports pavilion and allotments. The development is home to an abundance of open countryside for residents to enjoy and a number of footpaths and cycleway connections will be provided to connect the site to both the existing development and to the Pines Primary School.
Saffron Fields remains within easy reach of two major centres in the east of England, Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds. Nearby, Kennett station is under three miles from the development, with regular train services into Cambridge in less than 30 minutes. By car, both the A14 and A11 are within easy reach, linking the area to the M1, A1 and M11.
Home buyers can get support to secure their homes with selected plots available to purchase on the government backed Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme, Crest Nicholson’s Part Exchange scheme, or Crest Nicholson and Newcastle Building Society’s Deposit Unlock initiative. To register interest and for more information call 01638 438014 or visit www.crestnicholson.com/saffron-fields.Back