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Wesley House

Overview

St George's Street, Cheltenham GL50 4AF

Wesley House is a beautiful Grade II listed building dating back to 1839 and formerly known as Wesley Chapel. Now, this stunning property is being brought back to life by creating fourteen stunning duplex apartments, perfect for today’s discerning homemakers.

Arranged over two floors, each Wesley House duplex apartment has a unique character and immediate feel of sophisticated, stylish and modern living within the walls of a richly historical property.

  • 14 contemporary one bedroom duplex apartments
  • Beautifully converted Grade II listed building
  • Quadrupal-height communal reception area
  • Spacious double-bedroom with walk-in wardrobe
  • High specification bathroom
  • Elegant fitted kitchen with dining space
  • Designated secure parking space
  • In the heart of Royal Spa town, Cheltenham
  • Close to the Cotswolds
  • Direct trains from Cheltenham Spa to London in just two hours

Availability

ApartmentBedroomsPriceTotal Area
11 BedRESERVED662 sq ft
21 BedRESERVED662 sq ft
31 Bed£215,000662 sq ftENQUIRE
41 Bed£215,000662 sq ftENQUIRE
51 Bed£215,000662 sq ftENQUIRE
61 Bed£215,000662 sq ftENQUIRE
71 Bed£215,000662 sq ftENQUIRE
81 Bed£220,000662 sq ftENQUIRE
91 Bed£220,000662 sq ftENQUIRE
101 Bed£220,000662 sq ftENQUIRE
111 BedRESERVED662 sq ft
121 BedRESERVED662 sq ft
141 Bed£220,000662 sq ftENQUIRE
151 Bed£220,000662 sq ftENQUIRE
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Help to Buy is available on homes at this development.

We are pleased to offer Help to Buy on homes within this development. The government-backed Help to Buy scheme has assisted over 130,000 people into home ownership with as little as a 5% deposit.

Floor Plans

Living Room 4.45m x 4.26m 14’7” x 14’0”
Kitchen 4.55m x 3.00m 14’11” x 9’10”

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Bedroom 4.45m x 4.25m 14’7” x 13’11”
Bathroom 2.02m x 2.05m 6’7” x 6’8”

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The floor plans, configurations and layouts are included for guidance only. Bathroom and kitchen layouts are indicative only. The houses may vary in terms of elevational design details, position/size of garage, and materials used.

The Location

Situated in the heart of Cheltenham, Wesley House residents can take advantage of their close proximity to all this incredible Spa town has to offer. Known as ‘The Festival Town’, Cheltenham is home to over thirty annual events including the world’s oldest literary festival, jazz, music and science events, and the world-renowned Cheltenham Festival of horse racing.

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Cheltenham Racecourse itself is a mere eight minute drive from Wesley House and Pittville Park, Pump Rooms and Lakes is just six minutes. If leaving the car behind is preferable, after a fifteen-minute stroll, residents will find themselves in Cheltenham’s beautiful Montpellier Gardens.

This is another important part of the town’s Regency landscape, surrounded by acclaimed brunch, lunch and dinner spots, including The Ivy Montpellier Brasserie, Hotel Du Vin’s Bistro and The Regency Tea Rooms, to name a few.

Closer to home, Wesley House is just a walk away from Cheltenham’s thriving Brewery Quarter, offering a wide array of entertainment options, cocktail bars, restaurants, artisan coffee shops and more. For residents who want to explore beyond Cheltenham, the Cotswolds, North Wessex Downs, Malvern Hills and Wye Valley Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty are all within easy driving distance.

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There are direct trains from Cheltenham Spa to London in just two hours, or for trips further afield, Birmingham and Bristol airports are just 60 to 90 minutes away.

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Cheltenham Spa Station 1.3miles
Cheltenham Racecourse Station 1.9miles
The Brewery Quarter .2miles
Cleeve Hill Common car park 4.8miles

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The Rooftops

Overview

Finchley, London, N12 9ST

The Rooftops comprised of 6 modern two bedroom apartments located in the popular suburb of London, North Finchley, perfect for young professionals. These top floor flats offer views over the local area, with fully fitted kitchens and solid work tops. Well connected to central London with bus routes nearby and woodside park station on the northern line just a 12 minute walk away, getting you into Leicester Square is less than 30 mins. With good access to the city road network, travelling in and around London couldn’t be easier.

  • Video entry system to apartment block
  • Integrated Washer/dryer
  • Communal Garden
  • Help to Buy Available on selected plots
  • 10 year Structural Warranty
  • Woodside Park station 12 minute walk away

Availability

ApartmentBedroomsPriceTotal Area
6A2 Bed£450,000624 sq ftENQUIRE
12A2 Bed£450,000624 sq ftENQUIRE
18A2 Bed£450,000624 sq ftENQUIRE
24A2 Bed£450,000624 sq ftENQUIRE
30A2 Bed£450,000624 sq ftENQUIRE
37A2 Bed£450,000624 sq ftENQUIRE
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Help to Buy is available on homes at this development.

We are pleased to offer Help to Buy on homes within this development. The government-backed Help to Buy scheme has assisted over 130,000 people into home ownership with as little as a 5% deposit.

Floor Plans

Kitchen/Reception room 5.57m x 4.57m 18’3” x 15’0”
Bedroom 1 3.97m x 3.33m 13’0” x 10’11”
Bedroom 2 3.98m x 2.47m 13’1” x 8’1”

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The floor plans, configurations and layouts are included for guidance only. Bathroom and kitchen layouts are indicative only. The houses may vary in terms of elevational design details, position/size of garage, and materials used.

The Location

Located just a few minutes’ walk away in Tally Ho, there are great independent shops, 5 major supermarkets, cafes, bars, restaurants and more to enjoy.

North Finchley is bustling with activity, with the local Arts Depot Multi-purpose community centre just a walk away which houses a gallery and a café, dance and drama studios, and theatre space, perfect for all ages. There are many options for leisure including North Middlesex Golf Club and David Lloyd health club as well as a cinema and Hollywood Bowl, plus many independent bars and restaurants for evening entertainment

A well connect area with great bus routes and Whetsone Station on the Northern line just a 12 minute walk away getting you to Leicester Square in less than 30 mins, commuting into central London couldn’t be easier. Plus, you’ll never run out of things to do, from attending the theatre, art galleries, museums, live music venues, sports stadiums and more, there’s enough variety to suit everyone’s tastes and lifestyle. For travelling out of town the A406, A41 and M1 are close by.

Whetstone Station 0.6miles
West Finchley 0.9miles
Finchley Central Station 1.6miles
Sainsburys 0.3miles
Arts Depot 0.4miles
Tally Ho Bus Station 0.5miles
Waitrose 0.6miles
A406 1.6miles
M1 5miles

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City View Apartments

Overview

Southampton, Hampshire SO15 2AH

Right in the heart of Southampton, a selection of Studios and 1 Bedroom apartments are the ideal home for a professional single person or couple. The local area is in easy reach of everything you need shops, restaurants, bars, coffee shops, supermarkets and more. There is an excellent bus service to bring you into the city and to Southampton University. For travelling further afield, Southampton Central Station is within walking distance, just 0.5 miles away and there is good access to the city road network.

  • Thirty-four 1 bedroom apartments
  • Versatile open plan layouts
  • Stylish kitchens with integrated appliances
  • Lift access to all floors
  • Conveniently located in the center of the city
  • 10 year Premier Guarantee

Availability

ApartmentBedroomsPriceTotal Area
31 BedRESERVED463 sq ftENQUIRE
41 BedRESERVED592 sq ftENQUIRE
51 BedRESERVED517 sq ftENQUIRE
61 BedRESERVED481 sq ft
71 BedRESERVED384 sq ft
81 BedRESERVED453 sq ft
91 BedRESERVED449 sq ft
101 BedRESERVED437 sq ftENQUIRE
111 Bed£150,000449 sq ftENQUIRE
121 BedRESERVED471 sq ftENQUIRE
131 BedRESERVED437 sq ftENQUIRE

Site Plan

The Location

Heritage sites, theatres, art galleries, cinemas, live music venues, museums, shops, restaurants, stadiums, sports and leisure facilities, parks, waterways. The list goes on! You’re right in the heart of the action at City View with a variety of every day, and once in a lifetime, activities available to suit your lifestyle.

Shopping is a big deal in Southampton. Whether you’re just browsing or splashing some serious cash, with over 400 shops on offer across the city you’re certainly spoiled for choice. From trusted department stores and high street favourites to small independent boutiques and pop up stores, there’s something for every budget.

Looking for some home comforts or tempted to try something new? Tantalize your tastebuds with a diverse menu on offer right on your doorstep. Be it long lazy lunches with friends or a quick coffee to go. Indulgent afternoon teas, atmospheric street food or a cheeky takeaway ordered after a busy day, Southampton has it all.

And that’s just the food. It’s also well known for its award-wining cocktail bars, clubs, pubs, wine bars and even a speakeasy. Yes, a speakeasy. Decadent, nostalgic and oh so exclusive, you’ll want to be on the guestlist.

Ideally located for access to major motorways, local commuter routes, ferry ports and cycleways, you’re also within walking distance of Southampton Central railway station. Offering regular rail services to nearby Portsmouth, Winchester and Bournemouth, you’ll also find direct links to London, Swindon and Oxford. So, if you’re commuting regularly or just wanting a day out, it won’t take long to reach your final destination.

Jet off to warmer climates from Southampton Airport or sail away in style from the Port of Southampton. Recognised as the cruise capital of Europe, Southampton’s waterways are some of the busiest in the country, welcoming over 2 million cruise passengers each year alone. Popular Ocean Village is the perfect vantage point to sit back and watch the boats of every size sail past.

Solent University 0.4miles
Southampton Central Train Station 0.8miles
Southampton City Centre 0.9miles
Ocean Village 1.8miles
University Of Southampton 2.0miles
Red Funnel Ferry Terminal 2.0miles
Weston Hard Beach 3.5miles
The New Forest 5.8miles
M27 8.2miles

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The Glade

Overview

Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN4 8FS

Formally part of the Spa Hotel, The Glade is a new development comprised of 5 luxury town houses and 4 apartments. Excellently located in Tunbridge Wells the historic yet well connected small town in Kent with its excellent boutique shops and award winning restaurants. With green spaces right on your doorstep and 2 train stations under 5 minutes drive away, this is the ideal property if you are looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city while still having London easily accessible.

  • 5 Luxury townhouses and 4 apartments
  • Stylish kitchens with integrated appliances
  • Separate utility room in townhouses
  • Nearby Outstanding Areas of Beauty
  • The Spa Hotel on your doorstep
  • Private lane access
  • 10 year Premier Guarantee

Availability

HomeTypeBedroomsPriceTotal AreaFloorplans
1Townhouse3Reserved1,742 sq ftFLOORPLANENQUIRE
2Townhouse3To be released1,742 sq ftFLOORPLANENQUIRE
3Townhouse3£950,0001,742 sq ftFLOORPLANENQUIRE
4Townhouse3Reserved1,742 sq ftFLOORPLANENQUIRE
5Townhouse3£975,0001,742 sq ftFLOORPLANENQUIRE
6Apartment2Reserved887 sq ftFLOORPLANENQUIRE
7Apartment2£575,000979 sq ftFLOORPLANENQUIRE
8Apartment2 To be released1,080 sq ftFLOORPLANENQUIRE
9Apartment2 To be released1,353 sq ftFLOORPLANENQUIRE

Site Plan

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The Location

Tunbridge Wells is one of a handful of locations in England that enjoys the prestigious Royal prefix – an honour bestowed by King Edward VII in 1909 in recognition of a long line of admiring monarchs, including Charles II, Queen Anne and Queen Victoria. The Chalybeate Spring waters previously drew the wealthy to the area, sipping the tonic for its health benefits and while you can still request a glass from the costumed ‘dippers’ at source, today’s residents prefer their tonic with a measure of locally-distilled Bathtub gin.

Chalybeate Spring is just one reason to explore The Pantiles – a part of Royal Tunbridge Wells that’s a short stroll from The Glade – known for its pavement cafés, jazz festivals and independent stores. Enhancing its appeal is the distinctive Georgian colonnade and cobbled streets, earning it the plaudit of ‘the Covent Garden of Kent’.

The Glade’s neighbour – The Spa Hotel – is itself a well-loved Tunbridge Wells venue that dates back to 1766. It is much visited by local residents for its range of luxurious wellbeing treatments, heated indoor pool, floodlit outdoor tennis court, steam room, saunas and two fully-equipped gyms. For special occasions, take afternoon tea in The Orangery Restaurant, sip cocktails at Zagatos Bar or book one of the hotel’s private dining rooms as the guest of the award-winning chef. 

Royal Tunbridge Well’s reputation for gastronomic excellence continues in the town centre. Diners already flock to Thackeray’s, The Beacon and Kent’s branch of The Ivy, while Michelin-starred TV chef Atul Kochhar is to open a restaurant in The Pantiles.

As well as ample opportunities to eat, drink, shop and be social – with the Victoria Place shopping centre complementing The Pantiles, two theatres and numerous live music venues – Royal Tunbridge Wells exploits its location on the edge of the High Weald Area of Natural Beauty. While there is glorious Kent countryside all around, residents also have wide open space within the town itself, including Calverley Gardens and Dunorlan Park. 

New World Montessori - Ofsted: Good 0.8miles
The Wells Free School 0.9miles
The Mead School (independent) 1.4miles
Rusthall Secondary School 1.5miles
Tunbridge Wells Girls' Grammar School 1.5miles
Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for boys 1.9miles
The Pantiles 0.7miles
Scotney Castle 8.5miles
Tunbridge Wells West Train Station 0.9miles
Tunbridge Wells Train Station 1miles
M25 14miles
Gatwick Airport 21miles

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The Priory

Overview

Priory Park, London HA8 9PU

The Priory at Priory Park is a Grade II listed building created in the Victorian gothic style. Once an abbey, its original features have been sympathetically retained in a stunning conversion that celebrates architectural history while also introducing modern-day luxuries and style. Owners of these exclusive homes will revel in the scale and the detail of their environment, while also enjoying many creature comforts and the security of being within a gated development. There are four elegant and spacious properties to choose from, each one unique.

  • Four spacious, uniquely designed properties
  • Grade II listed building
  • Gated Community
  • Converted Victorian Abbey with a plethora of original features
  • 20 minute walk to Mill Hill Broadway Station and Edgware Station

Availability

4 Bed - 1 Bath - 2 Ensuite - Apartment

The Vestry

Price on application

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3 Bed - 1 Bath - 1 Ensuite - Apartment

The Cloisters

Price on application

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The Location

Set within quiet surroundings, The Priory is located in suburban Edgware in north London on the borders of Mill Hill. Whilst The Priory allows you to enjoy the benefits of quiet surroundings it also allows for easy access to the many great local places to gather with family and friends, with the middle of Edgware just a short walk away and a 20 minute walk to Mill Hill high street. Make a quick escape to the countryside to beautiful Stanmore Country Park or Aldenham Country Park just a short drive away.

Major high street brands can be found in The Boardwalk Centre as well as quirky tea rooms, a dedicated sushi restaurant, excellent gastro and good old London pubs. Mill Hill also offers quiet residential streets together with independent shops, cafés and restaurants, your taste buds will be satisfied with the eclectic mix of eateries. This area of North London is surround by exceptional schools, both independent and state, notability North London Collegiate School and Mill Hill County High School.

The Priory is conveniently located for those who commute into the city or who want easy connections to travel around the capital. Whether you are travelling by train, tube or taking the car, with fast connections to London and beyond from Mill Hill Broadway Station 1.4 miles and 7 minute drive away and Edgware underground station 0.9 miles and 5 minute drive away, which is served by the Northern line.

Mill Hill 1.3miles
Hampstead 7.7miles
City of London 12.5miles
M1 (J4) 5miles
M25 (J23) 5.7miles
Heathrow Airport 27.5miles
Edgeware Underground 0.7miles
Mill Hill Broadway Station 1.2miles
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The Pump House

Overview

Hadley Road, Enfield, London EN2

This beautiful development really is something to behold. Each home is unique in layout, matched only by the same high levels of restoration, craftsmanship and integrity throughout. Architectural Flair and elegance is underscored by the use of the of state of the art modern materials, yet always with a high regard for the heritage of this 1902 listed building. The Pump House’s surroundings are equally as magnificent, with open fields and country views in every direction – a rarity so close to the capital.

  • 7 luxury properties ideally located in North London
  • Surrounded by two and a half acres of luscious private parkland
  • Cockfosters underground station is under 3-miles away
  • 18 minute walk from Trent Park
  • 10 year Premier Guarantee
  • Allocated secure parking space

Availability

3 Bed - 3 Ensuite - Apartment

The West Wing

Offers Over £1,500,000

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3 Bed - 1 Bath - 1 Ensuite - Apartment

The Beechwood

Price £850,000

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The Location

A short drive away lies Cockfosters – an ideal destination for a quick shopping trip. Whether you need a new outfit from one of its boutiques, some supplies from one of the family-run businesses, or an evening meal with friends in one of the highly regarded local restaurants, everything is on hand. As is the exclusive neighbourhood of Hadley Wood with its unique parade of independent shops. Families can choose from a good selection of both state and private schools for all ages within a small radius.

The Pump House sits on the edge of Trent Country Park with over 400 acres of meadows, lakes, woodland and historical sites. With a choice of local golf courses and the 4 star luxury hotel West Lodge Park also nearby, there are plenty of opportunities for a relaxing evening or weekend.

The London Underground is less than three miles away (Cockfosters), where the Piccadilly Line runs into King’s Cross and St Pancras in 29 mins, whilst Hadley Wood overground station provides access to the City in approximately half an hour. Commuting and access to major retail centres by car is simplified with links to a number of main arterial roads and the M25 is only three miles away.

M25 (J24) 6.1miles
Hadley Wood 6.2miles
Cockfosters 7.1miles
Luton Airport 31.0miles
Heathrow Airport 39.6miles
Heathrow Airport 27.5miles
Gordon Hill Station 1.1miles
Enfield Chase Station 1.6miles
Cockfosters Underground 3.0miles
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