The Hertfordshire Borough of Broxbourne is set to reap the rewards of a £700 million investment that will welcome Sunset Studios.
With this in mind, Scholars by Chase New Homes offers the perfect opportunity for homebuyers to secure their own investment in this up-and-coming Hertfordshire setting delivering a stunning selection of houses and apartments that are ideally located within easy reach of everything Broxbourne has to offer.
Paul Bennett, sales and marketing director at Chase New Homes said: “This is a very exciting prospect for the local community in Broxbourne. We are pleased that our new homes at Scholars are giving homebuyers the opportunity to invest in an area that is set to receive a substantial boost from the film and media industry. Located only an hour away from London, Broxbourne is one of Hertfordshire’s towns that has rapidly become a sought-after destination for commuters. With such a highly regarded enterprise set to make its mark here, we would urge homebuyers to make their move into an area that is almost certain to experience a strong uplift in value.”
Here’s what Chase New Homes said about their development:
A top player in the entertainment industry for over 100 years, the new 37-hectare site is billed to be a globally recognised film and media destination, helping to cement the UK as a world leader in the creative industries.
Due to open in 2026, this exciting venture will naturally bring an economic boost to Broxbourne with the creation of more than 4,800 jobs and apprenticeship opportunities, restoration of listed buildings and new amenities and open spaces for the local community to enjoy.
Situated near the River Lea within the former grounds of The Broxbourne School, Scholars offers a timeless and characterful collection of two-bedroom apartments and two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom houses to choose from.
Ideal for a host of lifestyles, from those looking to downsize to a more manageable home to families seeking space to grow or accommodate older children – Scholars delivers a peaceful and laid-back environment where a new community can flourish and thrive together.
Within a few minutes’ walk of Scholars is Broxbourne High Road, where a rich selection of local amenities, convenience stores, independent boutiques and cosy country pubs await to be explored. For those who prefer getting outdoors and being active, there is a medley of beautiful canal-side cycling routes that transports residents into north London and beyond. The National Nature Reserve of Broxbourne Woods has more than 230 hectares to discover, Hertfordshire Golf and Country Club is a short drive from the development, or for a day trip out with a difference, the award-winning Paradise Wildlife Park is just two miles away.
Every home at Scholars has been thoughtfully designed to provide spacious and well-considered layouts, combined with the perfect balance of high-quality, contemporary detailing. Meticulous effort has been made to ensure the design of Scholars is both modern and characterful, whilst also in keeping with the town’s attractive architecture. Stylish open plan living, kitchen and dining areas all feature French doors that open onto a private garden terrace or decked balcony –presenting a natural space for entertaining and relaxing.
Living areas are generously sized with many of the homes benefiting from a choice of reception rooms for various uses, whilst many of the spacious bedrooms feature an en-suite bathroom. Every apartment at Scholars benefits from having two allocated parking spaces.
Commuting from Scholars could not be easier. Residents will be well placed for easy travel by car or public transport, regular services run into Stratford and London Liverpool Street, alongside Hertford East and Cambridge in the north, as well as links to Stanstead, Heathrow and Luton Airports. For those who prefer to commute by car, there is easy access to the A10, A414, M25 and M11.
Prices at Scholars start from £465,000 for a two-bedroom apartment and from £604,995 for a three-bedroom house.
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