Jones Homes has announced plans to build in Kendal.after acquiring 5.17 hectares of land on Milnthorpe Road and has planning permission for a stunning residential development of 110 high quality new build homes, including 38 affordable properties (18 of which will be available to purchase at a discounted value).
Known as Stonecross Meadows, the impressive new development will be built to Jones Homes’ exacting standards and feature an exceptional selection of three, four and five bedroom detached and semi-detached properties.
To complement the natural lie of the land in the area, the housebuilder will also introduce two new split level housetypes at Stonecross Meadows, designed exclusively for this development.
Bursting with character, both inside and out, the properties will benefit from thoughtfully designed elevations and a variety of external finishes for maximum kerb appeal. They will also boast a superior internal specification that features contemporary kitchens with integrated appliances, modern bathrooms and en suites and a range of high quality fixtures and fittings.
Every last detail has been carefully considered to delight even the most discerning of homebuyers and ensure that properties from Jones Homes stand apart from competitors.
Managing director at Jones Homes, Gary Hardy, commented: “We are delighted to have secured land in Kendal and have the opportunity to showcase our homes in this enviable location on the edge of the Lake District National Park.
“Kendal is a thriving market town and a highly desirable place to live and work, or own a second home. Our Stonecross Meadows development promises to offer an array of highly specified new homes in an attractive semi-rural setting. We’ve already received a great deal of interest in the scheme and anticipate properties being in high demand once they are officially released for sale.”
Stonecross Meadows is Jones Homes’ first development in south Lakeland. The company has a history of excellence and an enviable reputation for build quality and customer care across the UK and is delighted to be expanding into Cumbria, bringing its highly sought after new build homes to buyers in Kendal and the surrounding areas.
Underlining its commitment to the region, Jones Homes has already committed to contribute more than £300,000 towards improving educational facilities in the town and improvement of local highways.
Construction at Stonecross Meadows is expected to start in April and take around four years. Homes are expected to be released for sale from Summer 2018 with showhomes to follow in early 2019 and the first homes ready for occupation in Spring 2019.
Alex Bedson, a Site Manager for Jones Homes, has won a prestigious Regional Award from the National House Building Council (NHBC) in its much coveted Pride in the Job Awards 2017.
Based at Jones Homes’ exclusive Bollin Park development in Wilmslow, Alex was honoured for his dedication to building homes of exceptional quality.
He was selected from more than 16,000 site managers from across the UK, and is one of only 12 site managers in the country to be recognised for his outstanding achievements.
Alex received his North West Regional Award in the medium builder category, and he is now automatically put forward as a candidate to compete for the ultimate accolade; a Pride in the Job Supreme Award, which will be announced in January 2018.
Having won a Pride in the Job award previously, it is the first time that Alex, who has been a site manager for over 10 years, has progressed so far in the competition.
First to congratulate Alex on his amazing achievement was Jones Homes’ Managing Director, Gary Hardy, who said: “This is a first for Jones Homes and we are incredibly proud of Alex for winning a Regional Award from the NHBC for Bollin Park. The prestige that is associated with such an accolade is widely acknowledged in the industry and it is exceptionally good news for Jones Homes that one of our site managers has been recognised as one of the best in the country.
“Alex is a talented site manager and his passion, leadership skills and commitment to building properties of the highest quality at Bollin Park has resulted in him being honoured as a top performing UK-based site manager by the NHBC.”
Now in its 37th year, the Pride in the Job Award is the most highly regarded competition in the housebuilding industry, and one all site managers strive to achieve. Judging for the awards is rigorous, with each site manager assessed in 44 areas of site management, including technical knowledge, consistency in the build process and quality control.
Competition in the North West was tough, with a total of four site managers in the region taking home a Regional Award.
On his Regional Award win, Alex says: “It is brilliant news! The Pride in the Job Awards are hugely competitive amongst site managers and I am thrilled to have progressed this far in the competition. To be put forward for the Supreme Awards is overwhelming, but I am proud of what I have achieved at Bollin Park and the success of the development. It is a team effort and I hope we have something to celebrate once again in January.”
Bollin Park offers a stunning collection of magnificent four and five bedroom detached properties in a highly desirable and sought-after setting in Cheshire. Located on Adlington Road, a leafy and attractive part of Wilmslow, the development is close to the town centre and just a short drive from the neighbouring villages of Prestbury and Alderley Edge.
New homes being built in England and Wales are considerably more energy efficient than their predecessors, saving owners hundreds of pounds a year in energy bills, a new report ‘You’ve got the power’ released in October 2017 shows.
According to Energy Performance Certificate data, more than 8 out of 10 new builds have the top A or B rating for energy efficiency compared to just 2.2% of existing properties. Government data shows that as a result, new homes are using on average 103kWh/m2 worth of energy compared to an average of 294kWh/M2 for existing homes.
This means that new build home owners will spend on average £443.30 a year (£276 heating / £108 hot water / £60 lighting), well under half of the £1,072 the owner of an older home can expect to spend – saving, on average, £52 a month, or £629 a year.
The report also explains how owners of new build properties could choose to spend the money they are saving to:
· Buy a season ticket at their favourite Premier League football club;
· Pay their monthly broadband and mobile phone bills
· Take a return trip to New Zealand
· Buy a latte coffee from Starbucks every working day of the year
· Cover almost a month’s mortgage costs
With fuel costs having already increased by around 36% in the past decade, and likely to increase even further, new homeowner savings are likely to grow. And with housing accounting for nearly 30% of the UKs energy use, new build homes are also delivering significant benefits for the environment.
In accordance with modern regulation, house builders are driving energy savings through a combination of innovative design and more efficient materials; for example, by installing boilers that only give you hot water when you need it, fitting modern double glazing filled with argon gas, using quality insulation in the roof and walls, and by creating sophisticated water drainage systems.
Stewart Baseley, HBF’s executive chairman, said: “Today’s new homes are significantly more energy efficient than their predecessors, delivering huge benefits both for their owners and the environment. Owners are saving hundreds of pounds a year in energy bills due to the modern design of their homes and the materials used to construct them. With energy bills expected to increase further, households will continue to reap the financial rewards in the future allowing families to spend more of their money on the things they want instead of simply keeping warm. With house builders’ ongoing investment in innovation, it is clear that the industry is committed to driving yet more savings for homeowners.
In addition to these savings New research also carried out by the Home Builders Federation has found that the cost of upgrading an older property to the same standard as a new build home could be as much as £50,000.
With Jones Homes distinctly high specification standards and top levels of energy efficiency built into each home, these savings could potentially be even higher. We have also introduced rooftop solar panels at selected locations.
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New research carried out by the Home Builders Federation has found that the cost of upgrading an older property to the same standard as a new build home could be as much as £50,000. The publication of the data comes at the launch of this year’s New Homes Week which aims to highlight the many benefits for consumers of buying a new build home.
From the benefits of living in an energy efficient home that could save you hundreds of pounds on your utility bills each year, to the brand-new fixtures and fittings that come as standard, buying a new build home offers many advantages when compared to buying an older property.
The research looked at the work that might have to be carried out when people move into an older home, and what would have to be done to a home to bring it up to the standards of a new property which also comes with a warranty protecting the buyer from liability on structural problems within the first 10 years. Whether it’s the price of buying and fitting a new kitchen (£7,900) or having a house rewired (£8,850), the costs for people moving into an older home can quickly mount up.
For a homeowner who wants to get the same standard of finish and functionality they could expect from a new build home, the cost could be up to £51,643. This includes paying out for:
- Kitchen - £7,900
- Bathroom - £3,800
- Central heating - £6,185
- Wiring - £8,850
- Plastering - £5,240
- Decorating - £2,500
- Flooring - £2,628
- Insulation - £775
- Windows and doors - £4,900
- Roofing - £4,000
- Guttering - £690
And the savings continue: while just 26% of second- hand homes achieve an energy efficiency rating of A to C, 94% of homes built in 2016 could boast such standards.
Commenting on the figures, Stewart Baseley, executive chairman of the Home Builders Federation, said
“Buyers of new build homes enjoy a huge number of benefits over those purchasing a second-hand home.
“During the buying process customers will receive a high level of service and support from trained sales staff. Upon moving into a property that is designed for modern living, there are all the advantages of living in a home with brand new fixtures and fittings and the latest energy efficiency technologies.
“This report helps to highlight the hidden savings that buyers of new build homes make. While most people have a budget put aside to get the little jobs done, costs soon add up when you need to replace a bathroom or a kitchen.
“£50,000 is a lot of money by anyone’s standards, and this new research emphasises just how much new build home buyers really get for their money.”
With Jones Homes distinctly high specification standards and top levels of energy efficiency built into each home, the cost of not buying new could potentially be even higher. We have even introduced rooftop solar panels at selected locations.
The Home Builders Federation has also found that New homes being built in England and Wales are considerably more energy efficient than their predecessors, saving owners hundreds of pounds a year in energy bills, A new home owner will spend on average £443.30 a year (£276 heating / £108 hot water / £60 lighting), well under half of the £1,072 the owner of an older home can expect to spend – saving, on average, £52 a month, or £629 a year. Just another reason to chose a new Jones Home for your next move.
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Award winning residential developer Jones Homes is giving purchasers the chance to own a piece of history at its prestigious Kingsfield Park development on Springwood Way in Tytherington.
In addition to releasing a new phase of townhouses at the popular development, the housebuilder has also transformed the Grade II listed Cold Arbor Farm buildings into a desirable collection of three unique and distinctive new homes.
Works on these stunning properties is complete and the homes are now released for sale.
Combining old world charm with modern day luxury, the existing Grade II listed farmhouse and barn at Cold Arbor has been restored and refurbished to create two exceptional four-bedroom family homes. One further four-bedroom new build home has also been developed to complement the conversions and complete the trio.
Known as the Farmhouse, the Barn and the Stables, each property boasts its own individual characteristics and period features. Luxuriously appointed, they benefit from a superior specification that includes a contemporary kitchen with integrated appliances, modern bathrooms with low profile shower trays, Aqualisa showers and Porcelanosa tiles, plus LED downlights and polished brass door handles throughout.
The largest of the three properties is The Barn; a home with unique character and extraordinary features at every turn, it boasts a double height living room with exposed timber frames and skylights that flood the property with daylight. Perfect for family gatherings and entertaining, it has a generous open plan kitchen dining area, cosy snug, separate pantry and utility room plus three double bedrooms and an optional fourth bedroom or study downstairs.
The Farmhouse is equally as attractive. Warm and welcoming, it is a truly impressive home that fulfils the many differing needs of modern family life. The centrepiece to the property is a fabulous living and dining area that features original exposed beams and magnificent windows that look out onto landscaped gardens. Particularly charming, with an abundance of natural light, it has four en-suite bedrooms, two with dressing areas, and offers flexible space for work, rest and play.
The Stables is a new build property that that takes inspiration from both old and new; traditional architecture blends seamlessly with modern day comfort and style to create a stunning home that is sure to be in demand from growing families. A well-planned layout to the downstairs ensures the property is light and airy, and stylish bi-fold doors lead out from the lounge area onto the patio and generous landscaped garden. It also has a practical study, two en-suites and a modern family bathroom.
In addition to the fabulous development at Cold Arbor Farm, Jones Homes has also released a further phase of townhouses at Kingsfield Park. Known as Hetherington Square, the four-bedroom properties are also highly specified and feature spacious open plan kitchen dining areas with integrated appliances and en-suites to master bedroom.
Sales and marketing director at Jones Homes, Gemma Pownall, commented: “We are delighted with the refurbishment at Cold Arbor Farm and are excited to be releasing these properties for sale. Renowned for our expertise in sensitive conversions, we have lovingly restored these listed buildings to create three impressive new homes of unparalleled quality that are surrounded by beautiful landscaping and green space. We’ve already had a great deal of interest in the project from potential purchasers and urge anyone interested to get in touch to register their interest”
Jones Homes is delighted to announce its most recent acquisition of six acres of land in the village of Hade Edge.
With planning consent granted, the award-winning home builder has plans to transform the land, located off Dunford Road, into a luxury development of 58 beautifully designed homes that will be known as Heather View.
Launching this Summer, Heather View will provide a superb range of three, four and five bedroom detached and semi-detached family homes, as well as 12 affordable units.
Just two miles from the everyday amenities of the market town of Holmfirth, Heather View will provide homes for those looking for a stylish and spacious new build property in a rural retreat that is a desirable residential location.
All will be built to Jones Homes’ exacting standards and benefit from a luxurious specification that features a contemporary open plan kitchen diner with integrated appliances and modern bathrooms and en suites.
In keeping with the existing local architecture, all properties will be built from natural stone and feature beautiful slate rooves, ensuring this prestigious development blends into the local environment whilst retaining a sense of exclusivity.
Regional director at Jones Homes, David Ruffley, commented: “We are pleased to have acquired this land in Hade Edge and look forward to developing a sustainable scheme that complements the existing character of the village and helps protect it for the future.”
“At Jones Homes, we are committed to quality and investing in the local communities in which we develop. We are confident that our beautifully designed and expertly built new homes will blend with the existing residential offering and serve to enhance it for years to come.
“Over the last 20 years we have forged an excellent reputation, building beautiful developments in desirable locations. Combining a sought-after location in a picturesque village with a collection of expertly designed, distinguished new build homes, we are very much looking forward to build starting at Heather View in the coming months.”
As well as the provision of 12 affordable units, Jones Homes will make additional contributions to education and off-site highway improvements in the local area.
Jones Homes is proud of its track record in Yorkshire and takes a conscientious and responsible approach to development that is reflected in every scheme, including this new project in Hade Edge. Marking a considerable milestone, Heather View will be the company’s second new build development in Hade Edge with the Flowery Fields development being completed over 10 years ago, and Heather View being the 20th development in Kirklees in its 20-year history; the housebuilder has had a continuous presence in the borough since it was first established in 1998.
Construction will begin immediately and Jones Homes anticipates having a sales presence on site in June this year. Prices for the properties have not yet been released. Homebuyers are invited to register their interest on our website.
Award winning residential developer Jones Homes has exchanged contracts on a piece of land off Oxcroft Lane on the outskirts of Bolsover.
Formerly brownfield land, the 3.45 acre site will be transformed into a stunning new residential development comprising 32 four bedroom detached homes and three two bed mews properties which will be provided as affordable housing.
A detailed planning application has been submitted and Jones Homes is working with the Planning Authority to ensure that the designs of the homes are reflective of the local character of Bolsover.
Located close to the centre of the town and a short distance from the popular tourist attraction of Bolsover Castle, the development will be known as Cavendish Grange and will appeal to families looking for an elegant and spacious new home in a highly sought after location.
A selection of different house types will be available. Each one will be built to Jones Homes’ exacting standards and benefit from a luxurious specification that features a contemporary kitchen with integrated appliances, modern bathrooms and en suites and quality fixtures and fittings.
Regional director at Jones Homes in Yorkshire, David Ruffley, commented: “We are delighted to have this development opportunity in Bolsover. It will provide a lovely location in which to live, close to the centre of the market town and not far from Bolsover Castle which is a very popular national landmark and a great day out for the whole family.
“The plans for the development are in their final stages but they look great and we are very much looking forward to getting started on site and introducing homebuyers from the Chesterfield area and beyond to Jones Homes and our high quality new build homes.”
With an enviable reputation for build quality and customer care, Jones Homes has a long history of excellence in the development of exceptional new build homes in many areas of Yorkshire including Huddersfield and Halifax.
It will be the first time that Jones Homes has built in Derbyshire and the developer has already pledged to contribute more than £65,000 to the development and improvement of local recreation and play facilities.
Construction is anticipated to start in November and take around 20 months. Prices have yet to be released. Homebuyers that wish to know more about the development are invited to register their interest by calling Jones Homes on 01274 852700 or register online.
Jones Homes has appointed David Ruffley as the new Regional Director for its Yorkshire office.
With extensive experience in the industry, David is well qualified for his new role. Over the last 30 years, he has held a number of senior positions in land, planning, operations and management.
As Regional Director, David will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the Jones Homes office in Yorkshire and the strategic development of the regional business to ensure that it meets its growth and expansion objectives. Working with the team of directors at the regional office in Cleckheaton, he will oversee all aspects of the business from land acquisition and planning to the build programme, sales and customer care.
Looking forward, David commented: “I am delighted to join Jones Homes in Yorkshire. The company has an exceptional reputation for product quality and customer care, which will remain paramount, and I want to ensure that we continue to be recognised as a high quality housebuilder while driving forward our aims for expansion and growth.”
Managing Director at Jones Homes, Gary Hardy added: "I would like to welcome David to the team. With his background in land and planning and previous management expertise, he has the right blend of knowledge and experience to lead the business in the Yorkshire region.”
David holds a degree in Strategic Environmental Planning Studies and a diploma in Environmental Planning, both from Liverpool John Moores University. He is also a member of the Royal Town Planning Institute. When not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, motorcycling, cycling, walking and coastal activities.
Jones Homes is delighted to contribute £500 to help re-develop a property that Heaton Avenue Primary School own on South Parade, Cleckheaton.
Having recently completed their own development at Park View Green in Cleckheaton, Jones Homes were happy to be approached for assistance by the school. The project includes general building works, repairs and decoration throughout, as well as the installation of a new kitchen, toilets and sinks.
When complete, the property will provide space for the school to offer extended free childcare for parents. It will also be used by the community as a meeting place or a location for clubs to meet regularly.
Having made a financial contribution towards the cost of the project, Jones Homes, together with Heaton Avenue Primary School, is hoping that other local businesses will do the same, helping the school raise the necessary funds.
Work has now commenced. The school is working with a team of builders as well as apprentices from Kirklees College.
Michelle Lee, Headteacher at Heaton Avenue Primary School, comments: “We are all very excited about this project. It is great news that work is now underway and are grateful to Jones Homes for their generous support. We do still need help from local companies, such as monetary donations or services offered free of charge, and hope that the Cleckheaton community will get behind us.
“We are very much looking forward seeing the building take shape over the coming weeks. It will be incredible to utilise the property on South Parade to its full potential and for the benefit of the local community in the near future.”
Jayne Swift, Sales and Marketing Director at Jones Homes, adds: “We are committed to supporting the local community and were delighted to contribute financially towards such a special project in Cleckheaton, one that will serve the whole of the local community. We wish the school well and look forward to visiting the fully renovated and refurbished property once all the work has been completed.”
Jones Homes currently has six developments across Yorkshire, including Meadow View, Golcar, Southfield Grange, New Mill, The Orchards, Netherthong, Parkstone Place, South Anston, Woodland Grange, Harworth and Gateford Park, Gateford.
Jones Homes and Holmfirth Town Football Club have teamed up together, with the housebuilder announcing its support of the Club and the provision of brand new kits and warm up tops for both the First Team and the Reserve Team.
It is the first time that Jones Homes has supported Holmfirth Town. The company has signed a two year contract with the Club, demonstrating Jones Homes’ commitment to giving something back to the local community.
Well known for building in Kirklees over the last 15 years, and with developments currently under construction in the area, including Southfield Grange in New Mill, Meadow View in Golcar and plans for new residential developments in Hade Edge and Netherthong amongst others, Jones Homes welcomed the opportunity to be part of Holmfirth Town for the 2016/2017 season.
Commenting on the partnership, Noel Adams, Regional Director at Jones Homes, says: “We are delighted to have teamed up with Holmfirth Town and wish the players and coaches a very successful season. It is a privilege to support a Club that is an integral part of the town and wider Holmfirth community.”
Renowned for its exceptional build quality and attention to detail, with all properties expertly designed with modern lifestyles in mind and featuring a superior specification, Jones Homes is highly regarded in the region.
Noel continues: “We very much value the importance of community spirit. With construction well under way at Southfield Grange in New Mill, and new developments planned for Hade Edge and Netherthong, we hope to play a large part in the future of Holmfirth, providing stylish and distinctive, quality new build homes.”
Andrew Watson, Chairman at Holmfirth Town, comments: “We are thrilled to have teamed up with Jones Homes and welcome their support.
The Club is a huge part of the Holmfirth community and like all other local clubs we simply would not exist without such generosity. We are thrilled to have Jones Homes on board and look forward to working with them for years to come.”
Combining a fantastic location with fabulous yet affordable family homes, Southfield Grange on Weavers Mill Way in New Mill is a popular development with families. There is currently a selection of spacious four bedroom detached homes available, with prices starting from £320,995. Help to Buy is available.
For further information, please contact Jones Homes on 01484 688133 (open Monday to Friday from 10am until 5pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 11am until 5pm)
West Sussex is a county full of pretty villages and market town, open countryside and a rich sense of history. Although many villages have changed over the years, there are plenty of reminders of traditional village life and a real sense of community.
The team at Jones Homes Southern is currently preparing to bring new homes to the market in two popular Sussex locations – Wisborough Green and Burgess Hill.
With a village green, local shop,café, two traditional pubs, a cricket team and a wealth of country walks, Wisborough Green is a delightful place to live. Billingshurst, approximately 2.5 miles away has further shopping facilities including an excellent farm shop, supermarket and several restaurants and a leisure centre with gym and swimming pool. There’s also a mainline railway station with a train service to London Victoria.
Petworth, with its grand historic house and deer park, run by the National Trust, is only six miles away. Shopping in Petworth is a pleasure with antique shops, gift shops and galleries, arts and crafts with traditional English tearooms and cafes, a delicatessen and bakery. Amongst the restaurants, you can discover one that serves fine Indian cuisine and even runs Indian cookery lessons.
Jones Homes will be launching its Bluebell Meadow development in Wisborough Green later in the summer, offering a selection of two, three and four-bedroom new homes.
For those who want a larger selection of shops and restaurants on hand – as well as a cinema, Burgess Hill is a market town with plenty to offer. Situated less than 10 miles from Brighton, it is a great location for commuters with two mainline stations and a journey time to London Victoria of about an hour. For those who travel abroad, Gatwick airport is only about 17 miles away. The town has a shopping centre that is currently the focus of regeneration, plenty of restaurants and traditional pubs, a cinema, two leisure centres and an excellent choice of primary and secondary schools. In the autumn, Jones Homes Southern will be introducing a collection of two, three, four and five-bedroom homes at Folders Grove in Burgess Hill.
To be among the first to receive full details of either of these new developments, register with Jones Homes Southern – and you could be moving into a new Sussex home before next Christmas! Call to register on 01322-619759.
If you’ve ever wanted to live in a traditional village setting, surrounded by countryside with lots of activities and a strong sense of community on hand, Jones Homes’ latest development, Appledown Grange in Marden offers you the opportunity to do just that.
Appledown Grange is a collection of 44 brand-new, traditionally-built homes with a choice of two, three, four and five-bedroom detached, semi-detached and terraced houses. The first homes to be released for sale are impressive five-bedroom detached houses ranging from £585,000 to £625,000 – but the Jones Homes’ sales team is also registering interest in the forthcoming collection of properties.
The five-bedroom Hamilton at £585,000 is a spacious, double-fronted, three-storey detached house with a large kitchen/dining room, living room, utility room and cloakroom on the ground floor. A family bathroom and three double bedrooms, one with an en-suite, are located on the first floor whilst on the uppermost floor are two further bedrooms and a shower room along with storage space.
Marden has almost too many local amenities to list. The mainline railway station is on the Dover to London line, with journey times to London of less than an hour. The village hosts a farm shop, bakery, pharmacy, a library, an Indian and a Chinese restaurant and a local pub. There are also plenty of sporting facilities and a primary school.
In fact, whatever you enjoy doing, there’s something going on – a walking club, motor club, arts and crafts, book group, singing at the church, a branch of the Women’s Institute, baby and toddler group, talks, quizzes, a horticultural society and community lunches. Indeed, everything you’d expect in a village with a long history and a true community spirit.
For commuters, there are good road links to the A229 and the A21 which make for easy access to Maidstone, which is about 8 miles to the north and Tunbridge Wells, about 14 miles to the west.
For further information speak with our sales advisors today.
Ask any property professional when is the busiest time of the year and they’ll tell you it’s Spring. The number of home sales increases as the housing market enters the spring selling season – for almost two decades home sales have increased by an average of 33% between February and March.*
The team at Jones Homes Southern believes that when winter is over people are more than ready to move out of older properties that require a great deal of maintenance and may have suffered from constant draughts, burst pipes and inefficient boilers and heating systems. Never more so than this year when ‘The Beast From The East’ tried its best to bring the country to a standstill.
This Spring, more than ever, many people are ready to buy a new home that will be warm, energy-efficient and comes with a number of guarantees and warranties.
One of Jones Homes’ most popular developments this year is likely to be Mayfield Place in Mayfield, East Sussex. Reputedly one of the county’s prettiest villages, Mayfield offers a selection of independent village shops including a family butcher’s and a delicatessen – and there’s also The Middle House gastro pub.
Located on the A267, Mayfield is just over three miles from Crowborough station which offers rail services to London Bridge and Charing Cross via Tunbridge Wells. There’s also Wadhurst station which provides links with London Charing Cross, Hastings and Tunbridge Wells.
Tucked away on Mayfield’s Love Lane, Mayfield Place is a collection of just 13 attractive three and four-bedroom semi-detached and terraced houses, designed, built, finished to a very high standard and ready to move into. Although 50% of the development has been sold, there is still a choice of house types on offer.
Each available house type – the Newick, Rushlake and the Brightling - provide plenty of living space including living/dining rooms that open onto the rear gardens, generously proportioned kitchen/dining rooms and two bedrooms on the first floor. Whilst the Newick and the Rushlake have an en-suite master bedroom and a family bathroom on the first floor, the Brightling has an en-suite shower room and a dressing room to the bedroom on the second floor – and all have useful storage space.
At Mayfield Place, when you’ve chosen the house you like it’s possible to get moving with a deposit of only 5%. Using Help-to-Buy. The government will lend you up to 20% of the house’s value through an equity loan that is interest free for five years. This means you’ll only need a 75% mortgage which means you’ll be able to achieve better rates and lower repayments.
For further information speak with our sales advisors today.
Make your move to Kingsborough Manor on the Isle of Sheppey this spring and by summer you could be enjoying a true ‘holiday’ atmosphere and a superb family home. This Jones Homes’ development may have become one of the island’s most prestigious addresses, renowned for its wide driveways and impressive houses set in large plots but it is also a great place to live.
Kingsborough Manor is located near Eastchurch on the Isle of Sheppey, a quiet village surrounded by country walks with some beautiful views across the Swale and to the north of the Thames Estuary. From here it’s easy to get to Elmley National Nature Reserve
with vast wetlands, populated by a variety of wildlife and to the eastern end of the island where you’ll find Leysdown beach – a blue flag award winning stretch of sand. Sheppey Leisure Complex, near the beach has a swimming pool, outdoor paddling pool, tennis courts and more, all to keep the family entertained.
The four and five-bedroom houses at Kingsborough Manor are not to be missed!
The Hartford Regent (A II) house type provides a huge open plan kitchen/family room as well as a separate dining room and dual aspect living room. There’s a ground floor cloakroom and a useful utility room. On the first floor are four good-sized bedrooms, an en-suite shower room and a family bathroom, all flooded with natural light. The home also comes with a double garage and a stylish, block paved driveway and is priced at £515,000.
The Hartford A II is even larger with five-bedrooms, a dual-aspect living room, open-plan kitchen, family and dining room and separate utility and cloakroom to the ground floor. On the upper floor, both the master bedroom and the second bedroom have en-suites and there are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom, priced at £595,000.
To make buying even easier, the Government backed Help to Buy scheme is on offer at Kingsborough Manor. This is perfect for those who don’t have a large deposit to put down on a house but are able to afford the mortgage payments. If you’re buying, you only need 5% deposit. The Government provides a 20% equity loan, which is interest free for five years. As you’ll only need a 75% mortgage you’ll be able to get better rates from lenders. After five years or when you sell the property, whichever comes first, you pay back the equity loan – or you may continue to pay interest.
If you would like further information on Help to Buy or on Kingsborough Manor, please speak with our sales advisors today.