Idyllic riverside living at Rowhedge Wharf
A village setting, riverside views and beautiful location at Rowhedge Wharf
10/08/2017 - General
The riverside views, village setting and beautiful location of Rowhedge Wharf are certainly proving appealing as Bloor Homes is seeing high levels of interest in its Colchester development, from buyers across the country.
Located in a highly sought-after location, the Bloor Homes development is proving popular among purchasers who are looking to relocate to this picturesque area, enjoy a holiday home or simply to escape the hustle and bustle of Colchester city centre only three miles away. The development’s riverfront walk boasts wonderful views across the River Colne to Wivenhoe and over the Roman River Valley.
The design of the properties differentiates from traditional new build design, with the architecture of Rowhedge Wharf undoubtedly inspired by the cultural heritage of the area.
The development is taking shape on the site of the former Rowhedge Port, and is transforming the derelict brownfield site into a stylish waterfront development, that mirrors Wivenhoe on the opposite side of the water.
Tucked away, Rowhedge Wharf gives the impression of an exclusive community with its peaceful setting, however it is directly connected to Rowhedge High Street and amenities by footpath.
Monika Hanlon, Regional Sales Director at Bloor Homes Easter, said: “Our superb Rowhedge Wharf development offers buyers an l opportunity to enjoy superior modern living in a stunning riverside location.
“The development has attracted a huge amount of interest already, offering riverside living at its best. There are many community events, including the annual Rowhedge Regatta, which is believed to date back to the 18th century. The Regatta is the biggest event in Rowhedge’s social calendar and attracts thousands of visitors to the quayside every year.
“I would encourage anyone interested in the rare opportunity of owning a brand-new home in this extremely desirable location to visit our sales office and see this impressive development for themselves.”