Bellway Homes reckons its Belmont Park development is perfectly timed to benefit from Maidenhead’s regeneration and the arrival of Crossrail.
Designed to appeal to a variety of buyers including first-time buyers and downsizers, Belmont Park features a range of two and three-bedroom homes.
The developer says homes in the scheme, located less than a mile from the town centre are spacious with carefully considered layouts and a high quality finish. Each home has an allocated parking.
Emma Jones, sales director at Bellway Thames Valley, said: “We are delighted to be launching these homes at our new Belmont Park development in Maidenhead. These properties will appeal to a range of buyers including professionals looking for an easy commute and young families looking to live near some exceptional Berkshire schools.
“With Maidenhead currently undergoing a multi-million-pound regeneration programme and with Crossrail services expected to begin next year, there has never been a better time to buy in the area. I urge prospective purchasers to register their interest as soon as possible to secure one of these choice properties.”
Bellway’s marketing material states:
Positioned just a three-minute drive north of the town centre, buyers at Belmont Park will be able to enjoy all the amenities on offer in Maidenhead. The town centre hosts a variety of eateries, including the popular Coppa Club which enjoys a prime riverside position.
Families are well-catered for at Belmont Park, with a host of ‘Outstanding’ primary schools located within a mile of the development, including St Luke’s CofE Primary School, Furze Platt Junior School and Boyne Hill CofE Infant School. For older children, nearby Furze Platt Senior School has just benefitted from the addition of a new three-storey English and Science block, as well as a new theatre space.
Maidenhead train station is just a 10-minute walk away, offering direct services to Reading (14 minutes) and London Paddington (34 minutes), with the introduction of Crossrail expected to improve services even further.
Prices at Belmont Park start from £282,500 for a one-bedroom apartment with a parking space.
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