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Watership Place set to follow in the successful footsteps of Owsla Park

28 Jan 2020

Bewley Homes’ new Whitchurch development Watership Place is proving popular with buyers, with a number of homes already snapped up. This interest is set to grow when the development’s show home and marketing suite launches on Saturday, February 8.

The collection of two, three and four bedroom properties has been named after the novel Watership Down by late local author Richard Adams. Its show home, a four-bedroom house, will be open to view between 11am and 5pm daily.

Watership Place is the second phase of Bewley properties in Whitchurch; the first, Owsla Park, is now fully occupied.

Bewley Homes’ Sales and Marketing Director Elaine Stratford said: “The homes at Owsla Park were snapped up really quickly by buyers, who loved the character of the properties and the community feel of the development.

“The early reservations show that Watership Place is certain to be just as popular, especially given its fantastic location. It’s in a lovely village, with gorgeous countryside all around and is just over an hour away from London Waterloo by train.”

She added: “The success of Owsla Park really does suggest that prospective residents of Watership Place should pay us a visit as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.”

Prices start at £314,950 for two-bedroom homes, £374,950 for three-bedroom properties and £524,950 for four-bedroom houses. Purchasers at Watership Place will be able to take advantage of the Bewley Bond. This initiative is aimed at helping customers reserve a new property months ahead of schedule, minimising the stress of the moving process.

Amongst other incentives, the buyer will be able to reserve their new home for just £500 and receive up to £1,000 plus VAT towards legal fees. Meanwhile, they’ll benefit from £500 in vouchers with which they can personalise their new home.

For more information about Watership Place, click here or call 0808 173 0013 to speak to a member of the sales team.

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