Weston Homes report high sales rates at Edinburgh Way, Abbey Quay, Springfield Park and Watford Cross

Leading UK volume housebuilder, Weston Homes, reports impressive sales figures at four of its developments: Springfield Park in Maidstone, Edinburgh Way in Harlow, Abbey Quay in Barking and Watford Cross in Watford. Despite the economic challenges faced by many households, Weston Homes has witnessed a high level of demand for great value homes in prime locations with excellent transport links and good outdoor space, resulting in sustained high sales rates across many of their developments.One primary reason for the increasing demand for affordable homes in prime locations is the recognition amongst buyers that the properties offer long-term advantages. While the current cost of living may be high, individuals understand that investing in a well-located home provides a strategic move for the future. These properties have the potential to increase in value over time, making them an attractive investment for homeowners. By securing a home in a desirable area, buyers not only fulfil their immediate housing needs but also position themselves to benefit from potential price appreciation.

Furthermore, investors are turning their attention towards new build homes as a means to mitigate the mounting repair, structural and retrofitting costs associated with older properties. As repair and maintenance expenses continue to escalate, investors recognise that purchasing a new build home which comes with a ten-year warranty, significantly reduces the likelihood of encountering major repair costs in the near future. Weston Homes’ new build properties are constructed with modern materials and technologies, ensuring higher structural integrity and less maintenance. By choosing to invest in a new build property at a Weston Homes development, investors can safeguard themselves against excessive repair costs and focus on maximising their returns on investment.At Springfield Park in Maidstone, Weston Homes has sold over 85% of the properties on the site, with buyers attracted by the development’s picturesque location and the range of high-quality homes on offer.

Springfield Park, a development providing 502 new apartments, is breathing new life into previously derelict land on the banks of the River Medway. The area is now undergoing extensive investment and transformation, with Springfield Park providing an exceptional new neighbourhood on the northern border of the town. Each home has access to either a private balcony or terrace and residents can relax on the communal roof terrace with impressive views. Prices for homes at Springfield Park start from £199,000 for a one-bedroom apartment. The marketing suite and show home are open 7 days a week from 10am to 5pm.Similarly, the Edinburgh Way development in Harlow has proved to be a popular with buyers, with over 85% of the properties sold. The development’s excellent transport links, proximity to local amenities, and stunning views have all contributed to its popularity.

Edinburgh Way comprises 361 new apartments across five new residential buildings on the doorstep of rolling countryside, providing one, two- and three-bedroom homes, many of which have private balconies or terraces. Just a two-minute stroll to Harlow Town Station, Edinburgh Way is perfectly placed for commuting into the city, with connections to London Liverpool Street in less than 30 minutes. Prices at Edinburgh Way start from £235,500 for a one-bedroom apartment. The marketing suite and show home are open 7 days a week from 10am to 5pm. Abbey Quay is a new £350 million (GDV) development which forms part of the 440-acre Barking Riverside masterplan and presents the perfect opportunity for buyers to secure a new home within London’s hottest new area.  The 6-acre urban village will provide 1,089 elegant yet affordable homes. The development, consists of striking contemporary buildings, ranging from seven to 29 storeys including Loxford Plaza, a large public square overlooking the River Roding with a pavilion restaurant, outdoor seating, and river views. Prices at Abbey Quay start from £319,995 for a one-bedroom apartment. The marketing suite and show home are open 7 days a week from 10am to 5pm.

Meanwhile, at Watford Cross in Watford, Weston Homes has sold over 95% of the properties available, with buyers attracted by the development’s contemporary design, spacious living areas, and excellent location.

Situated on St Albans Road, Watford Cross comprises 115 private one, two- and three-bedroom apartments, with the majority providing private balconies and terraces. Comprising two multi-level buildings, Watford Cross provides stylish homes within leafy landscaped grounds and communal gardens. The remaining two-bedroom apartments available at Watford Cross are priced from £379,995.Weston Homes has a strong commitment to building homes that meet the changing needs of buyers while supporting sustainable living. The has recently launched a number of new developments across the UK including Caxton Square in Wood Green and Dylon Riverside in Sydenham, with a number of pipeline developments expected to launch this year including Brentwood Central in Brentwood.  With a focus on affordability, exceptional design, and prime locations, Weston Homes is well-positioned to continue to meet the needs of buyers in the current economic climate.

Suzanne Aplin, Group Sales and Marketing Director at Weston Homes says: “We are delighted to see such strong demand for our homes at these four developments despite the challenges posed by the current economic climate. We believe that our focus on affordability and exceptional living experiences in prime locations with great transport links has played a crucial role in achieving these sales successes. The high sales rates confirm our dedication to assisting as many people as possible in accomplishing their dream of homeownership and stepping onto the property ladder.”

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