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Housebuilder’s Two Development Launches In West Sussex

Posted 9 September 2021 by Keith Osborne

Two ranges of attractive two-, three- and four-bedroom homes are being put on sale in the county by Bellway...

Bellway has announced the launch of two developments in West Sussex, bringing a range of house types to two popular areas.

Woodcroft Park in Billingshurst is now open for business with the first selection of homes being built at the site are now available to buy after the sales office opened its doors to visitors. Situated off Oak Road, the 51-home development will include a range of two-, three- and four-bedroom houses and bungalows for private sale, as well as 18 affordable homes for rent or Shared Ownership.

Woodcroft Park is the third development to be built by Bellway in Billingshurst in recent years, following the success of Amblehurst Green and The Courtyard, both situated off East Street in the village. It will form part of the Marringdean Acres residential area to the south of the town.

Daniel Williamson, sales director at Bellway South London, said: “We are looking forward to welcoming visitors onto the site for the first time. The opening of the sales office will enable our team to show people what Woodcroft Park has to offer. This development has generated a lot of interest in the area following the success of Amblehurst Green and The Courtyard.

“Bellway has made a significant investment in Billingshurst by helping to create new communities in the village and by making sizeable contributions to local infrastructure and services. Woodcroft Park is a continuation of that commitment to providing much-needed housing for local people. Construction work began in May and we are now in a position to make the first homes at the site available for purchase.

“The mix of homes on offer will appeal to a range of buyers in a well-connected yet rural location that will be attractive to growing families and commuters.”

Prices at Woodcroft Park range from £345,000 to £635,000.

Bellway Wessex is preparing to release the first homes for sale at a new housing development in North Bersted. Properties at the housebuilder’s Rookery Park development, off New Barn Lane, will go on sale this month.

A total of 50 homes will be delivered on the 4.8-acre site, situated next to Jubilee Recreation Ground, including 35 houses for private sale and 15 affordable properties for rent or Shared Ownership. The development will also provide 113 car parking spaces for residents.

Construction work began on site in May and a sales office is due to open at the development this month with visitors to be welcomed by appointment, and the first homes are expected to be completed in January.

Kim Caldwell, sales director at Bellway Wessex, said: “There has been a high level of enquiries at Rookery Park ahead of the development’s launch next month. With only a limited number of properties available to purchase, we are therefore expecting the homes to be snapped up very quickly.

“Rookery Park will offer a variety of two-, three- and four-bedroom houses to cater for buyers at different stages of the property ladder, from first-time buyers to large families. Buyers will benefit from an enviable location that has an attractive rural setting on the edge of open countryside and is within walking distance of a range of village amenities. There are several primary schools nearby, including Bartons Primary School just half a mile away, so we are anticipating that demand from local families will be particularly high.”

All the homes at Rookery Park are from the Artisan Collection, Bellway’s flagship range of house types which combines traditional craftsmanship and attention to detail with the very latest construction techniques. Find out more at bellway.co.uk.


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