Surrey Sales success – Luxury family homes snapped up in record time

Whilst other new build developments languish unsold in the outlying Surrey settlements of Epsom and Ewell, award-wining house builder Millgate is once again enjoying sales success at Regency Place in Walton-on-the-Hill.

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This boutique development of six detached family homes opened its Show Home doors on 16th February 2013, welcoming over 350 visitors and securing swift sales.

Richard Saunders, Managing Director of appointed estate agency, Richard Saunders and Company, has been responsible for this incredible sales success. He comments:

“Regency Place is especially rare for two reasons; unlike neighbouring villages (Kingswood, Tadworth, Banstead), new home development is rare in Walton-on-the-Hill so Millgate’s development was a fresh and welcome change to the village and a great alternative to sites elsewhere. Secondly, the site offered diversity – four 2-storey houses and two larger, 3-storey houses. The first three houses were reserved in a matter of days after launch, two by ’empty-nesters’ and one by a more ‘mature’ family. Younger families preferred the larger houses.

 

vb87530_regency plc -4649“Millgate’s exceptionally high standards played a major part in the Regency Place success story and interior features were of a standard that I have seen on much more expensive new homes. Again Millgate’s renowned attention to detail was evident throughout the entire development.”

Indeed Walton-on-the-Hill is a savvy choice for home buyers. It does not come with the same price tag as neighbouring Kingswood; Zoopla statistics show that over the last year 131 homes were sold in Walton-on-the-Hill with an average sales price of just over £500,000. Down the road in Kingswood where 222 properties changed hands the average price tag was over £1,150,000.

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For buyers looking for a village community Walton-on-the-Hill has it all; two thriving village pubs: The Chequers has thoughtful events planned throughout the year and the best home-made pork scratchings and The Bell pub, or The Rat as it is familiarly known, is frequented by the stable lads from the racecourse at Epsom. The village also affords a pretty pond with swans and ducks to be fed and a cheerful coffee shop over the road; some excellent dinning opportunities and a world class golf course – Walton Heath.

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