New development of village homes excellent for capital commutes

01/12/2015 - General

London commuters have realised the benefits of living in a rural location with quick links to the city at a new homes development in Newport, Essex.
Many of those who have registered their interest in homes at Bloor Homes’ Frankland Mews development in the village just south of Saffron Walden are city workers by day and are looking to take advantage of the great commuter links in the area. 
A train journey to central London from Newport takes commuters just 56 minutes via frequent and direct trains, or alternatively commuters could choose a drive on the M11.
One of Bloor Homes’ top sales advisors Jo Westley is helping to launch the new Frankland Mews development, which is transforming a derelict former plant nursery in the pretty village of Newport into a stunning collection of luxury homes on the banks of the River Cam.
Jo, who lives just outside Chelmsford, is returning to work in Essex after the excellent sales success of the Rose Brook development in Kedington, Suffolk.
“We’ve already had a lot of interest in Frankland Mews from those looking to commute,” said Jo who boasts over 10 years of experience in the business. “Newport is a lovely village nestled in the Essex countryside with great transport links to Saffron Walden or Bishop’s Stortford, and on to London.
“It will be a lovely exclusive collection in a quiet village and there are some beautiful riverside walks within a stone’s throw of the development.
“Bloor Homes is renowned for the high quality of the houses it builds so we’re expecting the properties to sell out quickly.
“I’d urge buyers to get in contact with us as soon as possible to ensure they don’t miss out.”
Frankland Mews is already having a positive impact on the community with Bloor Homes having pledged £38,052 towards local education as part of a planning agreement.