Housebuilder Asprey Homes has announced the off-plan launch of a collection of new homes in Surrey for sale.
The development in Oxted, which, according to research by Santander, has everything buyers want: plenty of space, superb transport links, sensitive and thoughtful design and an enviable location in one of the most popular villages in Surrey.
All of these attributes were featured in the results of recent research by Santander which asked what buyers look for in a new home. The Santander findings show that 33% of buyers wish to live closer to work; 29% are looking for more space; 21% want good public transport links; and 18% would like a garage or parking space.
Beechwood Place, a collection of just six 3 and 4 bedroom houses arranged as two terraces is situated close to Oxted Station from which rail journeys to London Bridge take just over 30 minutes. With up to 1,379 square feet of accommodation and a private garden, space is not an issue. Each new home also has the additional benefit of its own parking space.
Prices at Beechwood Place range from £455,000 for a 3 bedroom house to £565,000 for a 4 bedroom property.
Helen Jackson, sales and marketing manager of Asprey Homes, said: "We are delighted to be able to offer such a select collection of new homes in Oxted, with such a desirable address and anticipate keen interest from buyers who are looking for superb local schools, an exquisite rural location and all the convenience of a classic and thriving country town. We anticipate high interest in the development and expect the homes to be secured off plan."