New homes in Sunbury-on-Thames with special appeal to rugby fans
With the group stages of the Rugby World Cup approaching an end this weekend, Crest Nicholson is hoping to attract fans of the sport – and other house-hunters, of course, to Park Avenue, its development of new homes in Sunbury-on-Thames, Surrey.
The real hook for rugby fans may be that these prestige properties are built on the site of the old London Irish ground, which is only 27 minutes away from Twickenham by train. The connection doesn’t stop there, as the site was officially opened by Rugby World Cup winner and former England international Kyran Bracken.
Park Avenue is a collection of luxury one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and spacious three-, four- and five-bedroom executive homes which promises residents a relaxed village lifestyle set among landscaped open spaces. Prices currently range from £319,950 to £1.575million.
Sunbury is home to a number of pubs, restaurants and tempting boutique shops, all located just around the corner from these new homes. Kempton Park race course is also within minutes, providing a great leisure option.
With direct trains into London’s Waterloo station, it represents an attractive place to live for commuters looking for a home away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Find out more at www.crestnicholson.com ; 01932 505495