New Sandhurst development set to open its doors

A major new housing development in Sandhurst will be opening its doors to the public later this month.

Bloor Homes is building 108 new homes at Sandhurst Gardens, off High Street - the largest new development of homes in the town for more than a decade.
And the housebuilder will be launching its sales office on Saturday 24th November, when the first three and four-bedroom homes will be released onto the market. 

The launch will also be the first chance for home-hunters to explore two new showhomes which Bloor Homes has built to mark the opening of the development.  
Prospective buyers will also be able to receive more information about the first homes from Romans Estate Agents, which will be marketing the development from its Sandhurst branch.

The Osterley is a four-bedroom property with a large, open-plan kitchen/dining area while the second showhome is a three-bedroom Chastleton house type.  
Luke Southgate, Regional Sales Director at Bloor Homes Southern, said: “It gives us great pride to be opening Sandhurst Gardens and to celebrate the launch, we’re inviting visitors to come and have a look around our two brand-new showhomes.

“Our Osterley and Chastleton house types are popular choices for our buyers and are a fine example of the high-quality homes we are building at the development. 

“The need for new homes in Berkshire is well documented and Sandhurst Gardens will go a long way to meeting this demand, providing a wide variety of homes for a diverse range of buyers.
“Construction work is progressing well and we’re looking forward to welcoming the first visitors to the development in November.”
Tim Foreman, Managing Director of Romans Land & New Homes, said: “It is a very exciting time for us as there is an incredible amount of interest in this development from the local community, so we can’t wait for the show homes to be launched. 

“The development has such a good range of very well-designed homes and the open space within the new community is bound to be a draw to the buying public.”
As part of the planning agreement for the development, Bloor Homes will be contributing more than £1million towards local services and infrastructure and £290,000 to help manage a Suitable Alternative Greenspace.

When complete, the developmentwill feature a mix of two, three, four and five-bedroom homes alongside green open space, which will include a new children’s play area.