Featuring two-bedroom apartments and three, four and five-bedroom houses, the luxury housebuilder will also be releasing a two bedroom Listed lodge house, offering a unique opportunity to purchase a piece of the site’s extensive history.
Located minutes from West Byfleet’s town centre and train station, which runs regular services into London Waterloo in just 30 minutes, when complete, Broadoaks Park will offer 125 one to six-bedroom luxury homes. Alongside 115 new-build, there will be 10 carefully restored, refurbished and converted homes from existing Listed buildings, including a red-brick Grade II Listed mansion, original lodges, and a coach house, which will be converted into six beautiful apartments.
Set in 25 acres, the low density scheme ensures that residents will be able to enjoy the extensive landscaped grounds in this popular commuter town.
Tim Banks, CEO of Octagon, comments: “We are delighted to be broadening Octagon’s offering through building such a diverse range of properties at Broadoaks Park. The collection of homes showcase the extensive skill we have developed over the past 40 years, ranging from intricate restoration work to purpose-built apartments. Our signature landscaping will run throughout the whole site, offering picturesque outlooks and wonderful communal green spaces.”
Finished to Octagon’s customary excellent standard, each home will be fitted with high specification fittings, the latest home technology and contemporary kitchens and bathrooms.
West Byfleet town centre will be undergoing a significant re-development project – the 1960s Sheer House will be replaced with a new mixed use scheme centred around landscaped walkways. Existing amenities include a Waitrose and rows of independent cafés and restaurants, whilst the Basingstoke Canal and Wey Navigation provide picturesque walks.
Guide prices will start at £625,000 for a two-bedroom apartment, from £800,000 for houses and there is a two-bedroom Listed lodge house at £495,000. Register your interest at www.broadoakspark.co.uk, or contact Octagon on 020 8481 7500.