Move In For Summer At Bournemouth Development

Posted 10 June 2021 by Keith Osborne

Moving in timing for a long summer is possible by reserving a brand new homes at The Wessex in June...

Buyers who reserve a home in Heather Court in Bournemouth throughout June might find themselves comfortable for a summer by the sea, with completion dates available in as little as four weeks.

Heather Court is part of The Wessex, a landmark development from Inland Homes which occupies a prime setting just a five-minute walk from the town’s sandy beach and cliff top. The scheme offers one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments with contemporary kitchens complete with laminate worktops and a number of integrated appliances including a ceramic hob, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Living/dining areas have been thoughtfully planned to maximise space with open-plan layouts leading out onto private balconies for most apartments. Bedrooms are generously sized with plush carpets fully fitted to homes ready now, providing the perfect oasis to unwind in the evening. Residents also have access to secure underground parking, allowing for large expanses of landscaped green spaces and lawn areas for homeowners to enjoy.

Vicki Noon, sales and marketing director for Inland Homes, commented: “When it comes to purchasing a property, new build homes are a fantastic choice for buyers, offering several benefits compared to buying a second-hand home. Following the high level of demand for new homes in Bournemouth – currently one of the top hotspots for home hunters – we are thrilled to offer a desirable selection of chain-free seaside apartments at The Wessex – ideal for those looking for a hassle-free move into a new home this summer. The Wessex really does offer the best of both worlds – a fantastic location, with plenty to do on the doorstep.”

Renowned for being one of the UK’s top seaside destinations, Bournemouth is host to a buzzing city centre with a variety of leisure and entertainment facilities including a high street which boasts a myriad of popular retail stores, cafés and independent boutiques. Ideal for foodies, Bournemouth Triangle dishes up a selection of tasty restaurants and lively bars. Outdoor enthusiasts are also at home here, with Bournemouth offering an incredible 2,000 acres of parks and gardens, as well as seven miles of sandy beach for residents to explore. Just a few minutes’ walk from home, West Cliff Gardens provides the perfect oasis to unwind with a tranquil evening stroll, with cliffside views across the sea.

The Wessex is also very well-placed for those needing to commute. Bournemouth railway station provides services in to central London in under two hours. For weekend outings the A338/A31 is a short drive away, connecting residents to Dorchester in the west or Salisbury in the north and beyond. For those seeking a new beach to explore abroad, Bournemouth Airport is a 15-minute drive from The Wessex.

For homes ready to move in now, prices at The Wessex start from £235,000 for a one-bedroom apartment. Find out more at www.inlandhomes.co.uk.

 

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