Luxury Gated Development Launches In Bushey

Posted 20 October 2020 by Keith Osborne

Squires Park, with 55 apartments and houses, is officially launched with a marketing suite by Heronslea Group...

Hertfordshire-based Heronslea Group is officially launching its new flagship development, Squires Park in central Bushey, this month with the unveiling of a marketing suite on the site.

For those seeking a peaceful village life, Squires Park is a gated collection of 55 apartments and houses set in seven acres of landscaped grounds surrounded by woodland. Close to all Bushey’s amenities, transport links and a range of excellent independent and state schools, it offers modern living at its very best in a delightful, rural setting, backing onto Bushey Hall Golf Club.

Featuring two- and three-bedroom apartments, and four- and five-bedroom family homes, these properties are appealing to a wide selection of buyers.

Jason Rishover, CEO of Heronslea Group, commented: “Since we came out of lockdown, demand for quality new homes is thriving in and around Hertfordshire. Places like Bushey have become sought-after especially now working from home is the new normal, as it represents much better value for money than homes in London, yet has great commuter links for those that are still travelling into the capital.

“We have had a lot of interest in these homes, so we are delighted to be launching now in the autumn market. Squires Park is our latest flagship development and very special indeed – there is nothing else like on the market. Buyers here will get a feel of being close to nature, yet in the heart of Bushey and close to all its wonderful amenities while enjoying life in a luxurious new Heronslea home.”

Squires ParkThe range of smaller apartments to spacious family houses, all with private parking, has already seen appeal to first-time buyers and downsizers, as well as families seeking good catchment areas.

Internally homes benefit from bespoke interior design finished with a contemporary décor. They have been carefully designed and come with a specification providing sleek modern kitchens and luxurious bathrooms, offering the ultimate in contemporary living, whilst incorporating traditional external features in keeping with the historical feel of the area.

Bushey is a highly desirable place to live and bring up a family, start a journey on the property ladder or downsize and relax during retirement. As well as the shops, cafes and restaurants within Bushey Village High Street and Bushey Heath’s High Road, the area is close to a number of leading schools, a major factor for family house-hunters Bushey is also home to a number of historic buildings, many of which have been used as backdrops to films and television series and also benefits from an abundance of green space including Bushey Country Club, Mary Forsdyke Gardens and Bushey Rose Garden. Close by is Aldenham Country Park with its 600 acres of parkland and Hartsbourne Golf and Country Club.

Squires Park is in the heart of Bushey just a few minutes’ drive from David Lloyd Club and just seven minutes’ drive from Watford High Street and Intu Shopping Centre.

For commuters Bushey railway station is close by and provides direct access into London Euston in just 20 minutes. By road Bushey is easily accessible from both the M25 and M1.

Prices at Squires Park start from £549,000 for the apartments and £750,000 for the houses. Some 50% of the properties have already been reserved off-plan since last month.

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