Crest Nicholson’s highly anticipated development of new homes for Cheltenham, Regency Place, has now launched to the public.
The award-winning housebuilder has undertaken a reinvigoration of Albion Street and Gloucester Place – breathing new life into a high-profile area of the town which had been largely derelict for over eight years. The demand for the development has been so strong, that Crest Nicholson has launched early and is now selling properties off-plan from the new sales suite on Winchcombe Street.
A gated community of 97 townhouses and apartments designed to reflect the classic architecture and history of Cheltenham Spa, enhanced by contemporary finishes and features, Regency Place offers wow-factor living in the centre of town. Homeowners will also benefit from access to excellent transport links, close proximity to some of the country’s finest schools & colleges, as well as all the nearby amenities, bars, cafes that the town has to offer.
Tim Ridges, Senior Sales Manager at Crest Nicholson South West, said: “We’re delighted to launch this collection of stunning homes in Cheltenham that are not only designed to reflect the character of this beautiful town, but also set in a great location on the door-step of all the best this town has to offer. Our vision has been to create a development which fuses the very best in design with high specification contemporary living spaces and we are delighted to be able to finally share this with potential home-buyers.
“House-hunters who are looking to down-size, move into the city centre or take that first step onto the property ladder can now also benefit from added affordability through the recent changes to Stamp Duty and Help to Buy at Regency Place. Our team at the brand new sales suite are more than happy to welcome you in with any questions.”
For more information about Regency Place visit the Sales and Marketing Suite (37-39 Winchcombe Street, GL52 2LZ), call 01242 504922, visit www.crestnicholson.com/regencyplace or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrestNicholsonSWWales.Back