Luxurious development with houses for sale in Hayward Heath
31 March 2011
As a developer renowned for creating fine homes with excellent quality employed as standard, it will come as welcome news to househunters looking to buy a brand new property in Haywards Heath that Charles Church will be launching its latest development, Kendall Heights.
The Charles Church brand has built an excellent reputation for creating desirable homes in sought-after locations. Charles and his wife Susanna Church laid the foundations to their first exquisite properties in Surrey in 1965 and since then the company has built hundreds of attractive developments across the country, subsequently satisfying countless homeowners.
Jason Stokes, sales director for Charles Church, states: “This is a very exciting time for Charles Church, we’re hoping to build on the previous success we received in Haywards Heath as it is such an attractive area.
“The official launch is taking place on 29th January at Hamptons Estate Agents and we’ve already received a tremendous level of interest in our desirable new houses for sale in Hayward Heath, so we’ll be looking forward to welcoming excited househunters once we have opened.”
Kendall Heights comprises a select range of just 47 properties, with a collection of two bedroom apartments and a number of two and three bedroom houses. All the housetypes boast impressive external façades and inspiring interior layouts. Prices are to be announced shortly.
The site is being constructed around a neat cul de sac design, which will be surrounded by green open spaces, whilst still being located just a mile from the centre of Haywards Heath.
Haywards Heath itself is a traditional town centre and sits against the impressive backdrop of the hills of the South Downs. It is a thriving town with a fine array of shops and a wide selection of restaurants and pubs. The town also has good education facilities with an excellent choice of schools, both local authority and independent, ranging from preparatory schools to sixth form colleges.