With the Surrey countryside on one side and graceful Epsom on the other, Linden Homes’ Noble Park development has proved so popular that just a handful of new family houses are left to buy.
The final 11 houses on offer from the award-winning housebuilder are an exclusive choice of beautifully designed four-bedroom detached and semi-detached properties.
Noble Park comprises a stylish mix of two, three, four and five-bedroom houses, plus a range of new and refurbished apartments. Surrounding them are acres of parkland with subtly lit curving roads and pathways passing charming wooden pavilions and clumps of mature trees.
Residents have the countryside on their doorstep and can easily commute to London from Epsom train station, just a mile away. Epsom Common is nearby where its ancient woodland, threaded by winding footpaths, is home to a huge variety of wildlife.
Inside, fitted kitchens come as standard, as does a 10-year NHBC warranty for peace of mind. Fully turfed rear gardens, carpeting throughout and stylish touches add to the attractions.
For those who want a home with a touch of their own personality ready for when they move in, the Linden Homes Enhance service offers a face-to-face consultation to help design rooms and choose upgrades.
Linden Homes South East managing director Steve Bangs said: “A lot of househunters are seeking the special combination of town and country with the right transport links. Noble Park has that sought-after formula and it’s why there are only 11 houses left.
“With Linden Homes you get quality, character and the kind of carefully chosen location that has made Noble Park so popular. Come and visit the show home to see for yourself – before these last houses get snapped up.”
For househunters such as young professionals or first-time buyers, there is still a stunning two-bedroom apartment at Greenbank Court.
Over the next six months more apartments will be on offer in the form of another impressive refurbishment plus a brand new collection.
Noble Park is full of eye-catching architecture: sitting proudly in the centre is the listed six-storey historic water tower – a landmark whose French chateaux-style roof, red brick dressings and decorative corbels can be seen from afar.
Epsom itself offers a wide choice of boutique stores, high street shops, eateries and a twice-weekly market. Close to home is also the internationally famous and prestigious racecourse, and the champagne extravagance of the annual Derby.
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.
The houses at Noble Park have been very popular to those families looking to upsize.
Linden Homes’ Part Exchange scheme offers eligible home-owners to choose from a selected range of homes and within seven days a valuation on their property will be made by three local estate agents, followed by a cash offer.
Alternatively, Linden Homes will help through its Assisted Move service where its team works closely with estate agents to sell your old home within an agreed period while the new property is kept reserved.
To find out more or to book a viewing of the show home, call the sales centre on 0844 488 1851, open daily 10am-5pm.
For further information, contact Claire McCowan or Claire Bradley at Remarkable Public Relations on 01962 893893.
16 September 2013
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