Stanborough Place, an exclusive new development of eight luxury family homes located in the North of Watford, launches off-plan this weekend, 26 and 27 September, with completion estimated for Spring 2016. Created by Giles Homes, the development is situated on the borders of a beautiful park and boasts access to convenient transport connections.
The individually designed family properties are complete with spacious living accommodation and include three or four bedrooms, private gardens and allocated parking. The houses have been carefully tailored to suit modern living and include generous, sleek interiors with impressive specification and finishes.
Each of the plots features a luxury fitted contemporary gloss kitchens with integrated appliances, while the bathrooms are complete with contemporary white sanitaryware and chrome fittings. Externally, the homes boast patio areas to the back gardens as well as two allocated parking spaces per plot.
Stanborough Place is ideally located on North Western Avenue in Watford, Hertfordshire’s largest town. Situated in the south of the county, it lies within close proximity to the M25 and M1 motorways which provide strategic transport links to all major airports and Central London. Just 20 miles North West of Central London, this major regional centre is surrounded by beautiful Hertfordshire countryside.
The development is suited to commuters as Central Watford is served by three railway stations as well as a Metropolitan Line Tube station, with a trip into London’s Euston station taking just 18 minutes.
The area has a great choice of leisure facilities such as a large Vue Cinema complex, and is also home to Cassiobury Park - the largest public open space in Watford. Comprising over 190 acres of green space the park contains a wide variety of sports facilities and children’s attractions.
Price on application. Launching off-plan from Preston Bennett's offices on Saturday 26th September. Viewing strictly by appointment.
For more information or to register your interest please contact Preston Bennett on 020 8954 8626, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.prestonbennett.co.uk