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Award-winning developer Crest Nicholson has just a handful of apartments left at Artworks, its hugely popular development in Hitchin, Hertfordshire. Since launching the development just over a year ago, homes have proven hugely popular due its fantastic location and the high-quality properties on offer.


Built on the site of the former Hertfordshire Arts College, this development comprises a selection of contemporary houses and apartments surrounded by a beautifully landscaped courtyard. The last remaining homes feature a selection of one and two bedroom apartments, all of which are available to purchase on the Help to Buy scheme. This government-backed scheme allows buyers to secure their dream home with just a 5% deposit.


All apartments at Artworks are finished to the highest standard, with a fully fitted luxury kitchen and Bosch appliances. Interiors have been carefully designed to provide stylish and flexible living, with an open-plan kitchen and dining area, to provide the perfect setting for entertaining guests or simply relaxing after a long day.


Artworks is perfectly situated just a 15-minute walk from Hitchin train station, which offers direct trains into London’s Kings Cross station in just over half an hour, making this an ideal location for commuters. Hitchin itself also has plenty to offer, with a selection of boutique shops, pubs and independent restaurants, and the larger towns of Stevenage and Letchworth also just a short drive away.       


David Hnyda, Sales and Marketing Director at Crest Nicholson Chiltern said: “Since its launch just over a year ago, we’ve seen huge demand for homes at Artworks with first-time buyers, downsizers and second steppers all moving to the area.


“The fantastic location of Artworks has certainly been a key selling point in the success of this development, proving popular with families and young professionals looking for proximity to the popular market town of Hitchin, while enjoying a peaceful semi-rural setting.”


Prices at Artworks start from £245,950 for a one-bedroom apartment, or just £196,760 on the Help to Buy scheme. To find out more information, call 01462 502003, or visit