Award-winning housebuilder Crest Nicholson has announced the launch of its latest development in the South West, Highbrook Park. Nestled in the village of Harry Stoke, in the parish of Stoke Gifford, the development benefits from excellent transport links to the M4, M5 and M32 motorways, as well as nearby Parkway Station, making it the perfect base from which to explore Bristol’s many attractions, the wider south west and on to London.
Crest Nicholson is excited to invite potential purchasers to visit Highbrook Park’s impressive show homes when they open to the public this Saturday (25 May) and find out more about the collection of one, two, three, four and five bedroom homes.
Perfect for growing families, the four bedroom Caldwick show home demonstrates contemporary living at its best. On the ground floor, it boasts a large living room and separate dining room, as well as a downstairs cloakroom. The open plan kitchen and breakfast area lead onto the utility room – a vital space for any busy family. To the first floor, viewers can explore the impressive master bedroom which includes not only an en-suite, but walk-in wardrobe for added luxury. A second large double bedroom, which also has its own en-suite, the third double bedroom, fourth bedroom and, family bathroom also occupy this floor.
In addition to the Caldwick show home, visitors to Highbrook Park can explore a stunning four bedroom Mayford show home, which boasts a striking interior based on the retro designs of Orla Kiely. There are also two view homes open to the public; a three bedroom Huntingdon, perfect for first-time buyers and young families, and a four bedroom detached Mansfield house.
Tim Ridges, Sales Manager for Crest Nicholson, said: “We’re thrilled to be launching Highbrook Park, its fantastic location and access to Bristol and Bath, make it ideal for commuters and those seeking the excellent range of entertainment, restaurants and shopping on offer in the two cities. This site has come at the perfect time as it coincides with the recent launch of the Government’s Help to Buy scheme, meaning we have extra ways of making owning one of our new homes more affordable. We’d highly recommend anyone thinking about moving onto or up the property ladder visit our sales advisors to find out more.”
Prices at Highbrook Park currently start at £225,995 for a three bedroom Hampshire terrace house with garage and £273,995 for a four bedroom Mansfield detached house with garage. For more information please visit the on-site Sales and Marketing suite (open daily from 25 May, 10am to 5pm), call 0845 894 3215, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.crestnicholson.com/highbrookpark.Back