Award-winning housebuilder, Crest Nicholson, has opened the doors to its much anticipated development in Daventry, Monksmoor Park. Demand for the homes has already proven high, with four properties already sold off-plan from the Icon Innovation Centre in Daventry town centre.
The collection of 160 traditional two, three, four and five bedroom homes mark the first phase of Crest Nicholson’s Monksmoor Farm development. Built around the concepts of ‘Garden City’, the development promotes the very best of city and country living, combining high specification homes with green open spaces.
Located on the north eastern outskirts of the thriving market town of Daventry and nestled between the County Park and the Grand Union Canal, Monksmoor Park benefits from stunning surroundings and a rural setting, whilst still being a stone’s throw from the town centre and enjoying good access to commuter destinations such as Northampton, Birmingham and Milton Keynes.
Amanda Benjamin, Senior Sales Manager at Crest Nicholson Midlands, said: “We’ve had a great response to Monksmoor Park so far, and we’re delighted to be launching the first phase of the development. These homes are truly special because not only do we have a fantastic mix of architecturally interesting homes but they are also set in an enviable location between the town centre and the beautiful country park.
“House-hunters who are looking to upsize or get on the property ladder for the first time can now benefit from added affordability thanks to the availability of Help to Buy at the development. We urge any prospective buyers to visit the sales team today.”
Under the Help to Buy scheme, prices at Monksmoor Park currently start from £121,560 for a two bedroom Sandown house and £151,960 for a three bedroom Hatfield house.