Register now for stunning new Medway homes
20 November 2013
A select new development overlooking one of the country’s most historic dockyards has been unveiled by Charles Church South East.
And would-be buyers are being urged to move quickly to secure a new home at Amherst Heights in Brompton – with interest in the site already high.
The stylish, contemporary new homes sit in a superb, elevated position on Khartoum Road, enjoying commanding views across the Chatham dockyards and Medway River.
Jo Richards, head of sales and marketing, said the range of three and four-bedroom homes would prove ideal for families and enjoyed an unrivaled location.
Jo said: “Although we won’t have a marketing suite open on site until January, Amherst Heights has already attracted a large amount of attention even before the homes have been released onto the market, which is why we are urging anybody interested to register with us now to avoid disappointment.
“The beauty of this development is the unbeatable combination of quality and location. Its elevated location not only gives superb views of both the river and dockyard, but also a fantastic feeling of both space and freedom.
“But even though these homes take you away from the hustle and bustle of the town centre, they still have all the amenities you’ll need close to hand, meaning you benefit from the advantages of town centre living without many of the disadvantages.
“And the excellent range of styles and sizes should ensure that there is a home to suit just about any family.”
Charles Church has established an enviable reputation for building high-quality homes for all lifestyles and Amherst Heights is no exception. The new homes encompass traditional designs but also embrace contemporary and exciting architectural styles. The market town of Chatham itself enjoys good road and rail links, with regular rail services into the heart of London.
The dockyards were established in 1567 by Elizabeth I and employed more than 10,000 men at their height. They closed in 1984 and 84 acres are now managed as a visitor attraction by the Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust.