If you missed out on the recent garden party at Beechcroft’s Redcliffe Place, there are five good reasons why you need to visit this exclusive development in Tunbridge Wells – including three exceptional apartments and two elegant houses. With a limited number of new homes remaining, this could be the final opportunity to buy.
The Redcliffe Place garden party, complete with sunshine, live jazz, champagne and Pimms, provided the perfect opportunity for prospective buyers to meet homeowners and to appreciate the setting and the quality of the luxurious new homes. The garden party also revealed the sense of community that has already developed at Redcliffe Place. Guests, who enjoyed visiting the show homes, were able to see for themselves that the communal grounds are the ideal place to socialise with like-minded neighbours. Certainly, for anyone who enjoys gardens but doesn’t want – or have the time – to maintain them, Redcliffe Place is ideal.
Redcliffe Place is a stylish collection of just 26 luxurious new homes, tucked away, off Frant Road, less than a mile from The Pantiles. Created by Beechcroft’s Special Projects division, the new homes here are not age-exclusive – although residency is restricted to the over 18s. Each new home has either a terrace, balcony or private garden – or a combination of these and comes complete with high quality fixtures and fittings.
The Estate Manager at Redcliffe Place organises the upkeep of both private and communal gardens and the cleaning of the communal areas to ensure the development is maintained to the highest standards. The Estate Manager also deals with the day-to-day administration and keeps a watchful eye on homes whilst owners are away – ensuring peace of mind for anyone who wants to ‘lock up and leave’ in order to travel, spend time in a second home or just visit family and friends.
With five homes currently available, there’s plenty of choice but whichever you choose, you can be sure that you’ll have an abundance of well-planned living space.
A two-bedroom apartment, priced at £650,000, features a large dining hall, separate study, drawing room with private balcony, a kitchen with full complement of integrated appliances and two bedrooms including a master bedroom with en-suite and a dressing area lined with wardrobes. The three-bedroom apartment at £685,000 has a private balcony and a Juliet balcony, an impressive master bedroom suite with dressing area and en-suite and two guest bedrooms, one of which could be used as a study. There’s also a charming mews-style coach house apartment, priced at £550,000 which has a private entrance and a garage on the ground floor. The drawing room, with private balcony, opens onto a stylish kitchen and there are two bedrooms, one with an en-suite.
Two three-bedroom houses are also available, both with light and airy drawing rooms, elegant kitchen/dining rooms and sunrooms opening onto terraces and private gardens beyond. Each of the master bedrooms has an en-suite and a private balcony. One of the houses is priced at £650,000 and the other, priced at £799,950 also has a separate study area.
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