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Award-winning developer Crest Nicholson has launched a selection of brand-new house types at its sought-after Harborne Manor development in Stoke Mandeville, Buckinghamshire. The new homes in the popular village of Stoke Mandeville will comprise a contemporary collection of three and four bedroom homes, designed to blend in with the local character of the area.


The new house types, The Chesham (3), The Redgrave (3), The York (4), The Romsey (4) and The Winkfield (4), have been carefully designed in a traditional style, and offer a balanced lifestyle for everyone. All homes are set across two storeys, featuring flexible layouts, for modern day lifestyles, and have been thoughtfully designed with contemporary interiors, integrated appliances and high-quality fixtures and fittings throughout. The house types boast bright open plan living and dining areas, with generously sized bedrooms and ample space for a study, to suit those working from home. All homes also come with two parking spaces.


David Hnyda, Sales & Marketing Director at Crest Nicholson Chiltern, said: “As we spend more time at home, gardens, open green areas, and flexible spaces suitable for working have become a top priority for purchasers. At Crest Nicholson we are constantly reviewing our design process to suit the changing needs of our customers, and we’re sure that these new house types will prove popular at our traditional development in Stoke Mandeville. With completions expected to take place from Summer 2021, the new homes at Harborne Manor are the perfect opportunity for homebuyers to join an already thriving community.”


On the edge of the Chiltern Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Stoke Mandeville is famous as the birthplace of the Paralympic movement. Local sports facilities include Weston Turville Golf Club, with its 18-hole course overlooked by the Chiltern Hills, and Stoke Mandeville Stadium, which offers table tennis, basketball, football, running tracks, swimming pool and a sauna.


The village also boasts a church and an award-winning pub, while nearby Aylesbury provides a range of amenities, including two shopping centres, a variety of restaurants, bars and the Waterside Theatre. In addition, the local area boasts a number of excellent local primary and secondary schools, including Stoke Mandeville Combined School and William Harding School, both rated “Good” by Ofsted.


The development is well connected and residents can reach Milton Keynes, Bicester and High Wycombe in roughly 30 minutes by car. With the A41 just moments away, this provides easy access to the M25, A418, and M40, which allow residents to reach London in just over an hour. In addition, Stoke Mandeville station is around 1 mile away, with regular services into London Marylebone taking around 1 hour.


Three bedroom homes at Harborne Manor start from £394,950, and four bedroom homes from £499,950. A selection of the homes will be available to purchase using the government backed Help to Buy: Equity Loan Scheme. To find out more, please call 01296 755636.