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Award-winning developer Crest Nicholson has announced the launch of Highlands Park, an elegant collection of apartments and houses, located in the historic market town of Henley-on-Thames. This beautiful collection of homes is launching on the 10th and 11th of February, with first homes ready to move in by late Spring.


Highlands Park will comprise a selection of two-bedroom apartments, and three, four and five-bedroom houses. Each home has been finished to the highest specification, complete with modern interiors and flexible, open-plan layouts to suit modern lifestyles. The houses come complete with feature fireplaces, and fitted wine coolers in the kitchens, as well as fully fitted Siemens induction hobs. A selection of properties will be available on Help to Buy, enabling buyers to secure their new home with just a 5% deposit.


With the Chiltern Hills on the doorstep, Highlands Park benefits from stunning scenery and plenty of local attractions. The town of Henley is home to a selection of well-renowned bars, restaurants and cosy pubs, including Shaun Dickens at The Boathouse and Villa Marina.  


The River Thames winds its way through the picturesque town, where residents can stroll along the banks or enjoy a boat ride down one of the most famous stretches of the river, which is home to the annual Henley Regatta. Henley’s Mill and Marsh Meadows is nestled on the edge of the riverbank, boasting a Green Flag Award in recognition of its superb open space.   


Henley-on-Thames is home to several superb private and state schools, located just a short drive from Highlands Park. The prestigious Gillotts School lies adjacent to the development and is home to a 33-acre site, while Badgemore Primary School is also a short walk away, both of which have been rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted. 


Highlands Park is conveniently positioned just six miles from the A404, putting residents within easy reach of the business hubs of Reading and Oxford. For those commuting into London, Henley-on-Thames train station is just a nine-minute drive from the development, where trains into London Paddington take just 46 minutes.


David Hnyda, Sales and Marketing Director at Crest Nicolson’s Chiltern division, said: “Located in a beautiful part of the English countryside, the opening of Highlands Park is marks an important milestone for us and we are very proud of the high-quality homes on offer. Throughout the planning and design of the development, we have been careful to build homes that keep with the local vernacular of Henley-on-Thames. Perfectly combining town and country living, and benefitting from its proximity to London, we are sure that Highlands Park will prove to be a popular choice with all.”


Two-bedroom apartments at Highlands Park start from £475,950 for a two-bedroom apartment, and many are available on the Help to Buy scheme. Three-bedroom houses start from £669,950. For further information, call the sales team on 01491 877977, or visit the Crest Nicholson website: