Award-winning developer Crest Nicholson is delighted to announce its Plot of the Week at Portland Gardens. This week it is The Redgrave, a four-bedroom semi-detached house, available for £1,575,000.
The property is set in a peaceful oasis, blending clean and contemporary interior design with classic exteriors and two parking spaces. The impressive family home has an open-plan kitchen/dining room and separate living room. Three bedrooms occupy the first floor with a family bathroom while the second floor is dedicated to the master bedroom with en-suite and dressing area.
Each home is fitted will a Villeroy and Boch bathroom suite, with chrome Hansgrohe taps and shower fittings, complimented by ceramic tiling in the bathroom, en-suite and kitchen.
Situated in the beautiful Buckinghamshire town of Marlow, Crest Nicholson’s Portland Gardens is a beautiful development offering a collection of two-bedroom apartments and four-bedroom houses.
Homes at the development have been completed to the highest standards, carefully designed to keep with the vernacular of the surrounding area of Marlow. Elegantly designed kitchens and bathroom benefit from integrated appliances and furnishings throughout.
Portland Gardens is nestled in a riverside oasis just off the high street in Marlow. With many fine eateries, cafes and boutique shops just a stone’s throw away from the development, residents of Portland Gardens enjoy a perfect mix of a serene pace of life, coupled with well-connected and wide-ranging town amenities.
The A4155 runs through the centre of the town, while the M40 and M4 are both within easy reach. Local bus and train stations are also situated nearby Portland Gardens, with Marlow station getting you into London Paddington in just over an hour.
Two-bedroom apartments at Portland Gardens are available from £599,950 and four-bedroom houses are available from £1,325,000 For more information please call 01628 565 372, visit the marketing suite daily 10am – 5pm (Thursday until 7pm) or visit www.crestnicholson.com/developments/portland-gardensBack