Last Chance To Buy At Noble Park As Final Apartments Go On Sale

The very last homes have gone on the market at Noble Park, Epsom, setting the clock ticking for homeowners who want a town and country lifestyle with a contemporary twist.

Three collections of superb one, two and three-bedroom apartments have been released by Linden Homes displaying its award-winning mix of high spec features, characterful design and luxurious quality.

There’s something for everyone: Chaucer Court offers a newly built selection of properties, while Mayford Court and Emerson Court have both been expertly refurbished from two of the existing handsome buildings that give Noble Park its authentic charm.

The government’s Help to Buy scheme means none of these properties are out of reach as even buyers with a deposit as low as five per cent have the chance of securing their dream home.

And as Noble Park nears completion, every day the neighbourhood is growing as a community. Residents particularly relish the rolling Surrey countryside on their doorstep with graceful Epsom nearby.

The combination delighted Dominic Zammit and his fiancé, Mary Johnson, when they bought one of the nearby Greenbank Court apartments. Dominic (23), a website editor, said: “Noble Park offered us the best of both worlds.

“It’s commutable to London and also has the countryside nearby – it fitted all of our criteria. We are both active and like to get outside, either to run or go on walks. Noble Park is ideal for this and has beautiful surrounding countryside.”

The attractions continue inside the new apartments as visitors will discover fully-fitted contemporary kitchens, bathrooms with stylish white sanitaryware and heated chrome towel rails, and digital wiring thoughtfully set up with the modern household in mind.

As well as carpeting throughout (aside from kitchens and bathrooms), every home comes with double glazing, gas-fired central heating and the assurance of 10-year NHBC guarantee and two-year customer care warranty.

Linden Homes South East managing director, Steve Bangs, said: “The popularity of Noble Park means househunters shouldn’t delay in coming to take a look. There’s still a variety to choose from – but that won’t last as the last homes get snapped up.

“I think the main attraction is down to the perfect mix of town and country. There’s also the excellent transport links, a thriving community in Epsom, and the quality of Noble Park as a place to live. Come and see for yourself.”

Residents enjoy Noble Park’s acres of parkland with subtly lit, curving roads and pathways passing charming wooden pavilions and clumps of mature trees. Epsom Common is nearby with its ancient woodland and wildlife.

The M25 is handily close and a mile away in Epsom is the train station from where direct services can reach Waterloo or Victoria is just 35 minutes. Epsom itself offers a wide choice of boutique stores, high street shops, eateries and a twice-weekly market.

To find out more or to book a viewing of the show home, call 0844 488 3743, visit the sales centre which is open daily 10am-5pm.

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For further information, contact Claire McCowan or Claire Bradley at Remarkable Public Relations on 01962 893893.

11 December 2013

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