Buy off plan or risk missing out in Petts Wood
Asprey Homes is pleased to announce the acquisition of Roesel Place, off Merton Gardens in Petts Wood and invite interested purchasers to book an early appointment to view plans of the six stunning family homes.
Roesel Place is the next in an expanding portfolio of local developments which have been so popular they have sold off plan prior to the launch of a show home.
Bruce Walker, Chief Executive of Asprey Homes comments: “Following the off plan success of St Peter’s Green in Chislehurst and Hurstlands Drive in Orpington, we have witnessed an increasing demand for good quality family homes in Kent.
“With this in mind we have taken a similar approach with Roesel Place, creating four bedroom detached houses to the same high standard and exceptional quality as our other developments. Interest in Roesel Place has already been high so we would advise prospective purchasers to contact us as soon as possible in order to avoid missing out.”
Roesel Place comes immediately after the sales success of Kingsmere Drive in Bromley. Here Asprey Homes launched a development of 9 spacious new homes in late October 2010. By January this year all the homes were reserved and by March they were all occupied, proving that even during a harsh winter, high quality family homes are in demand.
Roesel Place comprises cleverly designed homes set in a leafy location, on the edge of Jubilee Country Park. Externally the homes are designed to reflect the local vernacular and are of architectural styles uniquely popular with the buyers of an Asprey home.
The superb specification and meticulous attention to detail that are the hallmarks of an Asprey home ensure an outstanding interior finish. Kitchens are by Paula Rosa with natural stone worktops plus a range of integrated Zanussi appliances including a double oven, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine. Finishes include ceramic floor and wall tiling by Minoli and in the living room a natural oak fireplace with marble hearth and fitted gas fire.
For commuters, Petts Wood train station is a short walk away, offering fast connections into London Bridge (25 minutes) and Charing Cross (30-40 minutes).
Jubilee Country Park is part of a wildlife corridor linking to open countryside via Petts Wood and Scadbury Park along the London Loop. Its 62 acres of wildflower meadows, hedgerows and semi-natural ancient woodland contain remnants of an ancient farmed landscape once common, but now rare. It provides the ideal family retreat on a Sunday afternoon, keeping the children occupied while searching for the many plants and animals in the park, which have become uncommon in the countryside. Or indeed looking out for the Roesel Cricket!
Friends of Jubilee Country Park have welcomed Asprey Homes sponsorship for the unveiling of a plaque dedicated to those who lost their lives when a V2 rocket fell on the Crooked Billet public house. The unveiling will happen on the site of the old Crooked Billet public house, (now a Harvester) on Southborough Lane, Bickley on Saturday 21st May at 11.00am.
Asprey Homes will also soon be releasing for sale Waterfield and Highbrook, two substantial family homes overlooking Chislehurst Common. Representing two of the finest new homes in the desirable Kent village of Chislehurst, these properties are ideal for the discerning purchaser; Waterfield and Highbrook are perfectly positioned for good schools, convenient transport connections and a comprehensive variety of local amenities. Prices are available on application.
Prices at Roesel Place start from £499,950. Plans are available to view by appointment. For further information or to register your early interest, visit: aspreyhomes.co.uk