Award-winning developer Crest Nicholson has announced its brand new Stoke Mandeville development, Harborne Manor, will launch in June 2019. Located within the picturesque Aylesbury Vale, Harborne Manor will comprise 125 homes, including a selection of two, three, four and five-bedroom houses.
The village of Stoke Mandeville in Buckinghamshire has a rich history, being mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086 and is known for being the birthplace of the Paralympic Games. Located on the edge of the village, nearby the local hospital renowned for medical excellence, the development is perfectly-situated for those looking for a balance between town and village-living.
Each home has been designed to seamlessly blend with its village surroundings, featuring a mixture of traditional red brick and render exteriors. All homes boast a high specification throughout, with flexible spaces perfect for those with families. With a range of properties available, the development will appeal to first-time buyers, those looking for their forever home and people wishing to downsize.
David Hnyda, Sales and Marketing Director at Crest Nicholson commented: “We are delighted to be unveiling our new development in the sought-after village of Stoke Mandeville this summer. A range of properties at Harborne Manor will be available on the Help to Buy scheme, so residents can make the most of 5% deposits and a mortgage of just 75% on their new home. We have had a significant amount of interest in the development already and would encourage potential buyers to get in touch to avoid disappointment.”
Residents at Harborne Manor will benefit from a range of amenities on their doorstep such as a Post Office, an award-winning pub, The Bell, and a local supermarket just a short walk away. Aylesbury town centre is also nearby, allowing residents to enjoy the shopping centre, join the local cricket club or one of the many gyms in the town centre.
The area is home to numerous schools for a variety of ages. For younger children, Pollyanna Pre-School is a short walk from the development, whilst primary school children are also well catered for with Stoke Mandeville Combined School, William Harding School and Ashmead Combined School all nearby and rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted. For secondary school children, Aylesbury High School and Aylesbury Grammar School are within a ten minutes’ drive from Harborne Manor, both rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted.
The development is well-connected and will provide residents with convenient access to the M25 and M40, with Heathrow Airport only 45 minutes by car making it easy for those looking to travel further afield. Commuters travelling by train can utilise Stoke Mandeville station just four minutes away, which offers a direct route to London Marylebone in 56 minutes.
To register your interest now please call 01296 457014, or visit our website: www.crestnicholson.com/harbornemanor.Back