Homehunters find the best of both worlds at Chantry Place

Homehunters find the best of both worlds at Chantry Place

Following the success of previous development Albury Place in the historic market town of Bishop’s Stortford, premium housebuilders, GO Homes, has recently unveiled its exclusive collection of five homes, Chantry Place.

Carefully nestled in the countryside and overlooking the spire of St Michael’s Church, Chantry Place comprises a selection of five and six-bedroom houses, ideal for families seeking a contemporary home, situated in a semi-rural location.

Offering picturesque countryside living, coupled with convenient transport links into London, the town is well-known for its outstanding selection of high-performing schools and market town setting, making it a popular living location for families.

Oliver Hookway, CEO of GO Homes, commented: “Following the demand for our Albury Place development, we are delighted to have launched Chantry Place just down the road from our previous site.

“Bishop’s Stortford is a beautiful market town and offers everything residents will need for day to day life such as shopping and excellent travel connections, while also enjoying a location which has a very rural community feel to it.

“With just five homes available, I recommend potential purchasers register their interest as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.”

The homes at Chantry Place have been thoughtfully crafted – the ground floor of the Kensington house type features an open-plan kitchen, dining and family room, with a separate living room and drawing room also placed on this floor.

The first floor hosts all six bedrooms, three of which have connecting en-suites as well as a dressing room in the master bedroom, with all houses boasting underfloor heating and electric car charging points.

The historic town also boasts a range of public amenities including several GP surgeries, post office and large supermarkets, while featuring a range of high street shops, restaurants and bars.

Chantry Place is located just two miles away from Bishop’s Stortford train station, allowing commuters to reach London in just 35 minutes.


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