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Summer homes sales rush at Bellway’s Sun Park

18th May 2016 Print
The Hadley at Sun Park

With the penultimate Bank Holiday approaching and summer just around the corner, Hampshire house-hunters should act fast before the sun sets on Bellway’s superb development of new homes in Farnborough, Sun Park. With over 75% of the stylish new homes now sold, buyers don’t have long to secure a sunny spot to call home at Farnborough’s newest address, especially as Bellway is offering additional Bank Holiday savings on a selection of three and four bedroom properties for even better value.

Located to the North edge of the Sun Park development, the four-bedroom Latimer and Hadley housetypes boast an enviable position on a quiet crescent cul-de-sac, making them extremely appealing to buyers looking for a safe and peaceful haven for their families. During the Bank Holiday weekend, buyers can save £10,000 on these spectacular homes, as well as taking advantage of Help to Buy, meaning just a 5% deposit.

In addition, one of the last remaining three-bed homes in the current phase, the Newton, is also available with Help to Buy. Over the Bank Holiday weekend, Bellway is offering to pay Stamp Duty for any purchasers securing this three-storey mid-terraced home.

“We know there is a demand for modern, well-equipped homes that can accommodate young and growing families, without compromising on style, practicality, and location, so it’s’ not surprising that our first phase of new homes at Sun Park have been snapped up so quickly” comments Claire Brooks-McGoldrick, Sales Director for Bellway Homes Thames Valley. “Not only are purchasers attracted by the prospect of buying a brand new home in a great location with access to a range of amenities, but this Spring Bank Holiday, there’s even more incentive to buy at Sun Park, with our fantastic saving offers, and Help to Buy options.”

A fantastic hub for both young families and professionals alike, Farnborough, near the Hampshire/Surrey Border offers an enviable selection of well-regarded schools, retail amenities, and outdoor pursuits, as well a 50-minute commute to the Capital. Sun Park, located off Sandy Lane is in prime position to take advantage of everything the area has to offer.

Sun Park also benefits from being close to several good primary and secondary schools, as well as one of the UK’s best performing colleges catering to around 3,000 students, Farnborough Sixth Form college nearby, and the University of Reading - ranked as a top 1% world facility – is a little over 30 minutes’ drive away from the development.

Residents won’t be disappointed by the array of shops and recreational facilities on their doorstep. As well as local shops and a new weekly market at Queensmead in Farnborough centre, for a more extensive choice, residents can enjoy two shopping centre.

Furthermore, those who like to stay can take advantage of a range of activities and pursuits. Farnborough boasts two prestigious golf clubs; a well-equipped Leisure Centre complete with a gym, swimming pool, tenpin bowling, squash courts, and a health suite; Hawley Lake Sail Training Centre, plus two wildlife parks and plenty of local parks and footpaths to encourage resident to explore the area on foot.

Residents at Sun Park will also be able to enjoy the town’s offering of traditional pubs that serve real cask ales, Sunday lunches and gastronomic menus. For a special dining occasion, residents can spoil themselves with the choice of Michelin-star dining at courtesy of Michael Wignall at The Latymer in the nearby village of Bagshot, and the modern luxury of the Aviator Brasserie, at the renowned Aviator Hotel near Farnborough Airport.

Sun Park is ideally located for excellent connections to nearby motorway links, making it easy to get to places such as Slough, Swindon and Southampton. The close proximity of junction 4A of the M3 make both Fleet and Farnborough accessible, while Basingstoke takes just 20 minutes.

The development is served by Farnborough Railway Station, which offers regular services to satisfy both leisure and work commutes. Those looking to travel to Basingstoke can do so in 25 minutes and for travel further south, Southampton is a 51-minute journey. Journeys into the capital’s London Waterloo station take 50 minutes.

The Hadley is priced from £559,950 and The Latimer is priced from £589,950, and during the Bank Holiday Weekend, buyers can save £10,000 on selected plots. The Newton is priced at £399,950, and Bellway will pay Stamp Duty on any reservations over the Bank Holiday Weekend. All properties at Sun Park in the current phases are available with Help to Buy, and will be ready for occupation later this year. To find out more, visit

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The Hadley at Sun Park