New Bellway Homes in Belmont Park
With Maidenhead currently undergoing a period of rapid investment including complete transformation of the city center, a Â£ 30million expansion of high schools across the borough and a renovation of the train station before Crossrail, there has never been a more exciting time to buy a home in the area. Those who hope to invest in this area of regeneration should look no further than Bellway‘s Belmont to park Which one is launchJanuary 15the.
Designed to appeal to a variety of buyers, including first-time buyers and downsizers, Belmont to park offers a spectacular range of two and three bedrooms houses. Located less than a mile from bustling Maidenhead town center, shoppers are well placed to take advantage of everything the region has to ofiron. All houses are spacious with thoughtful amenities and high quality finishings. Each home also benefits from the convenience of allocated to parking.
Emma Jones, Director of Sales at Bellway Thames Valley, comments: âWe are delighted to be launchthose houses at our New Belmont to park development at Maidenhead. These properties will appeal to a range of shoppers including business professionals looking for an easy commute and young families looking to live close to exceptional Berkshire schools. With Maidenhead currently undergoing a multi-million pound regeneration program and Crossrail services are slated to begin next year, there has never been a better time to buy in the area. I urge potential buyers to express interest as soon as possible to get one of these prime properties.
Located just a three-minute drive north of downtown, shoppers at Belmont to park will be able to enjoy all the amenities on ofiron in Maidenhead. The city center is home to a variety of restaurants, including the popular Coppa Club which enjoys a prime riverside location.
Families are welcomed at Belmont to park, with a host of âExceptionalâ primary schools located less than a mile of development, including St Luke’s CofE Primary School, Furze Platt Junior School and Boyne Hill CofE Infant School. For older children, the nearby Furze Platt High School has just benefited from the addition of a New English and scientific block of three floors, as well as a New theater space.
Maidenhead station is just a 10 minute walk away, ofoffering direct services to Reading (14 minutes) and London Paddington (34 minutes), with the introduction of Crossrail is expected to further improve its services.