Buyers invited to discover new exclusive family homes in desirable Newport

06/08/2015 - General

A small, exclusive development of stunning family homes will soon be coming to a site in a rural Essex village.

Developer Bloor Homes is now taking details from home-hunters wanting to register an interest.

The development, off Cambridge Road on the northern fringes of the village, will feature a collection of Bloor’s superb three, four and five-bedroom homes.

Perfect for commuters, the village station offers regular services on the Cambridge to London Liverpool Street line, with the capital an hour away and the university city only half an hour from home by rail. Direct services are also available to Stansted Airport from the nearby Audley End station.

Bloor Homes Regional Sales Director Monika Hanlon said: “Our architects spent a lot of time in Newport and Saffron Walden taking in the design of local houses, which inspired their designs for our Frankland Mews development. 

“Saffron Walden in particular has a rich heritage of architectural design dating right back to medieval times, along with a fantastic community spirit fuelled by desirable shops and restaurants. 

“Our team noticed details on local homes which we felt really encapsulated the character of the area. Those character features were incorporated into the design of our luxury homes at Frankland Mews, meaning that our new homes fit wonderfully into their surroundings.

“We felt that it was important for our houses to be sympathetic to homes in the local area, as they are some of the only new-build homes Newport has seen in recent years.

“Not only that, but Newport has a variety of highly rated schools in the area which will surely be a draw for any families looking for a new home in the area.”

The development is being built on the site of redundant glasshouses from the former Carnation Nurseries and its former packing shed, and is bounded to the north by a further nursery business.

Handily-placed next door is the Coach & Horses pub, with its huge 16th century fireplace, traditional food menu and range of real ales.

The Government’s Help to Buy equity loan scheme will be available at Frankland Mews, meaning that homes up to the value of £600,000 can be bought with as little as a five per cent deposit. Buyers can alternatively make use of Bloor’s own part-exchange scheme, Home Exchange.