Find your home at Upper Longcross

August 9, 2018
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The problem with buying a new-build home can often be the lack of amenities nearby.

Estates can simply be bolted on to existing urban areas and the nearest school, doctors or shops a car drive away. They can also suffer from a lack of identity and a traditional community feel is hard to come by.

This is where new Garden Villages come in. Announced last year, the new developments will be distinct places with their own community facilities.

One of them is currently being built in Upper Longcross near Chertsey. Developers Crest Nicholson have a wide range of homes available making them an ideal choice for families looking for their dream property.

Each of the houses in Upper Longcross comes with a spacious garden

So what type of houses are available?

Two-bedroom apartments: These have spacious, open-plan kitchen, living and dining room areas at the heart of them. The areas are flooded with light from perfectly-placed windows – which also offer beautiful views to the surrounding natural landscape.

Two, three and four bedroom houses: Again the living spaces are flexible and the layouts open plan but more importantly each one comes with a spacious garden. Inside the interiors feature top-quality fittings coupled with exceptional styling.

The five-bedroom Quinitessential range: These are truly unique and come complete with a bespoke concierge service. A dedicated lifestyle manager will be available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year – allowing you more time to do the things you love.

How much do they cost?

Two-bedroom apartments: £404,000 – £455,000

Two, three and four bedroom houses: £675,000 – £865,000

The five-bedroom Quinitessential range: £1,200,000 – £1,270,000

The homes in Upper Longcross have open-plan living areas and high-quality fittings

What is Upper Longcross like?

Living at Upper Longcross, residents can enjoy the perfect combination of being surrounded by beautiful Surrey countryside, yet with local amenities and a train station just a short distance away.

The development has been thoughtfully designed to create a brand-new community with sweeping, winding tree-lined streets and plenty of green open space for relaxing in.

Paths and cycle trails wind through the carefully retained mature woodland, connecting the new homes to Longcross station and the wider community.

Special consideration has been given to the ecological balance of the village and the creation of habitats for a wide variety of wildlife has been at the forefront of its design.

Are the transport links good?

Ultimately Crest Nicholson’s plan is to establish a thriving new Garden Village with opportunities to live, work and socialise within one uniquely integrated community.

Upper Longcross is within easy access to the M3, M25 and both Heathrow and Gatwick airports. Longcross Station is within easy walking distance, providing direct links into London Waterloo in under an hour.

The living areas in the Upper Longcross development have many stylish features including a wood-burning stove

Why do Crest Nicholson think you should live there?

Crest Nicholson’s sales and marketing director, Marcus Evans, said: “With the new and improved train timetable from Longcross station to London Waterloo, Upper Longcross is better connected than ever before for commuters.

“Residents are able to go into London with ease, but also enjoy all the benefits of country living. With beautiful landscapes, bridleways and cycling paths, there is something for everyone to enjoy.”

How can I find out more?

Homebuyers are being encouraged to act quickly to reserve a plot. For more information, contact the Upper Longcross sales team.

Call: 01932 967020

Online: Click here .

Article source: https://www.getsurrey.co.uk/special-features/find-your-home-upper-longcross-14998918


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