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Show Home Unveiled In Henley-On-Thames

Posted 18 October 2021 by Keith Osborne

Crest Nicholson has opened the doors to ‘The Keswick’ at its Highlands Park development...

Award-winning housebuilder Crest Nicholson has unveiled its brand new show home, ‘The Keswick’, at Highlands Park in the historic market town of Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire.

The four-bedroom home has been carefully crafted by leading interior designers Abode with the busy, modern family in mind. The layout of the ‘Keswick’ has been thoughtfully designed, with the ground floor boasting two large living areas and a spacious home study, ideal for those working from home. The first floor benefits from four double bedrooms, including an en suite in the master bedroom, and a separate family bathroom.

David Hnyda, director of sales & marketing at Crest Nicholson Chiltern, said: “Our new show home provides prospective buyers with the opportunity to view the contemporary design available at Highlands Park. This area is perfect for growing families looking to live in a flourishing community, benefitting from excellent local amenities and schools. We look forward to welcoming potential purchasers to view our new show home giving them the chance to see for themselves the thriving community at Highlands Park.”

Jon Pilling, design director at Abode, added: “We wanted to create a contemporary family home with a design-led aesthetic which mirrored the blend of modern and traditional countryside lifestyles that living in Henley-on-Thames provides. This blended offer is the connecting thread that runs throughout the home, which brings together modern, stylish fittings and our nod to the charming countryside the area is famous for. This really is a contemporary home for a modern family.”

‘The Keswick’Living at Highlands Park offers town and country living, with the breathtaking Chiltern Hills on the doorstep, whilst the River Thames is just a short walk away. The development is also ideal for young families, with a number of schools and amenities within easy reach. These include Badgemore Primary School and Gillotts School which are both rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted and are within walking distance of Highlands Park.

Henley-on-Thames has excellent transport links via the M4, situated an hour’s drive, or 31 miles, from central London. The Highlands Park development is also a seven-minute drive from Henley train station, from where London Paddington is under an hour an hour away..

Four-bedroom homes at Highlands Park start from £699,950. Two-bedroom apartments and three-and five-bedroom houses are also available. A selection of the homes available can be purchased using Crest Nicholson’s Part Exchange scheme, which reduces the stress of buying a home by removing complicated chain delays, agency fees and guarantees a cash buyer for the home. The government-backed Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme is also available for first-time buyers.

Find out more about Highlands Park from Crest Nicholson.


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