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Apartments Launch At Pease Pottage Development

Posted 18 August 2021 by Keith Osborne

Developer Thakeham has unveiled a collection of just eight apartments at its Woodgate scheme in Pease Pottage...

Central Apartments is the latest phase of homes to launch at Woodgate, Thakeham’s picturesque new village development in leafy Pease Pottage, West Sussex, just 15 minutes’ drive from the M25/M23 junction.

Comprising just eight apartments – two one-bedroom homes and six two-bedroom homes – the Central Apartments are located in a prime position set on the edge of the new village green and moments from the forthcoming community shop, café and community hub in the heart of Woodgate, meaning residents will be perfectly placed to embrace and enjoy village life.

Every apartment benefits from a spacious open-plan kitchen/living area, while the two-bedroom homes enjoy a terrace or balcony overlooking the green. All of these homes feature integrated kitchen appliances, fitted wardrobes to the main bedroom and an en suite shower room and/or a separate bathroom. The two penthouse apartments feature impressive vaulted ceilings, adding to the sense of space and views over neighbouring Tilgate Forest.

Communal open spaces at Woodgate will include play areas, trails, pathways and cycle routes linking the development to the surrounding 370-acre Tilgate Forest and wider local area – improving access to nature. Woodgate is also ideally placed for residents to enjoy the varied amenities, services and train links in nearby Crawley (three miles) and historic Horsham (seven miles). 

Prices start at £255,000 for a one-bedroom apartment and £325,000 for a two-bedroom apartment, with Help to Buy available on selected plots. Find out more at mywoodgate.co.uk.


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