New homes in Bushey Heath proving popular with downsizers
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For Londoners looking to downsize Hertfordshire offers more living space for less money, yet excellent transport links into the capital.
The White House is a prestigious new development of apartments in the highly sought-after area of Bushey Heath, ideal for those wanting to downsize without feeling the space pinch. Built by leading Hertfordshire developer Heronslea Group, these spacious homes offer lateral living in a popular village location.
Shelley West, sales and marketing director of Heronslea Group, said: “The White House is perfect for people wanting to downsize space but upscale their quality of life. We have already sold 65 per cent of these fabulous apartments off-plan – they have been popular with downsizers seeking a new home, in leafy surroundings with the added extras of interior designed specification, lift access, security and basement gated parking.”
The White House is a collection of just 16 one and two-bedroom apartments, set within a stylish modern building extending over four floors. Internally homes have been built using the highest quality and finest design with only the best furnishings and fittings being selected. Each home boasts either a charming balcony or private garden terrace and benefits from a high level of security with video entry and alarm system.
Set to become the area’s most desirable new development, The White House is ideally located close to Bushey High Street offering a variety of shops, eateries and green spaces and just 15 minutes from Watford Town Centre. For commuters Bushey Overground Station is close by and provides direct access into London Euston in 18 minutes. By road Bushey is easily accessible from both the M25 and M1.
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Prices start from £415,000 for a one-bedroom apartment and from £550,000 for a two-bedroom apartment.
Preston Bennett 020 8954 8626 heronslea-group.co.uk
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