WITH a £1 million-plus property reserved ‘off plan’ in Buntingford, Redrow is anticipating that the opening of a show home will unlock further sales.
Featuring designs from the sought-after Heritage Collection, The Maples has attracted keen interest from prospective purchasers. Some have had the confidence to reserve at the earliest opportunity, including one customer who purchased a five-bedroom Highgrove for more than £1 million. Others have identified particular properties they want to buy and there’s a growing list of people eager to see inside the show home when it opens this weekend (February 11).
Kerry McCoubrey, sales director for Redrow Homes (Eastern), said: “The fact that we’ve already sold one of our largest and most expensive homes at The Maples ‘off plan’ before we’ve opened the show home demonstrates a confidence in Redrow and highlights a demand for new homes in this part of Hertfordshire.
“We also have lots of would-be homeowners who want to view the five-bedroom Highgate show home before committing to buy and are inviting people to view the property at the earliest opportunity. We’re confident that they’ll be enamoured by the combination of traditional Arts & Crafts inspired architecture and high specification interiors designed with modern living in mind.”
Current availability at The Maples includes four and five-bedroom homes priced from £549,995.
The show home is an example of the five-bedroom detached Highgate house type.
Set out over three floors, it features an open plan kitchen, dining and family room with adjoining utility, a spacious separate lounge, plus a cloakroom to the ground floor.
On the first floor, there are three bedrooms, including master with en-suite and dressing room, plus the family bathroom.
There are two further bedrooms and a shower room on the top floor.
With a choice of ‘good’ and ‘outstanding’ schools within walking distance, The Maples is a great place to settle down and raise a family.
Buntingford itself is home to a choice of shops, restaurants and a regular market; while there are a choice of options for commuting into London. For example, homeowners could make a short drive to nearby Royston, Ware or Hertford East stations and then hop on the train to the capital. Ware and Hertford East are a 20-minute drive from the development, offering journey times to London Liverpool Street of 47 and 51 minutes respectively.