Published: 09:46, 16 March 2012 |
Updated: 09:43, 10 January 2014
Two- and three-bedroom homes are now available at Hillreed Homes development Colyer’s Place, in Betsham, near Bean.
A hop and a skip from Bluewater, the cul-de-sac development is proving popular with four of the eight homes already sold or reserved.
Several of the homes overlook open fields and there is a cycle path leading to open countryside.
Jo Richards, of Hillreed Homes, said: “This pretty development in an established residential area has brought a lot of attention, particularly from locals who love the amenities of the area but want the benefits of a brand new property. It is ideal for growing families.”
There is a choice of schools in the area including Dartford Grammar and Gravesend Grammar plus Longfield Academy which opened last September and is within a couple of miles of the development. Bean Primary School is in nearby School Lane.
Ebbsfleet International Station is also close by and road links are second to none.
Currently available is plot seven, the show home; a two-bedroom semi-detached house for £222,950.
Another two bedroom semi-detached house is also on the market at £229,950. There’s also a three-bedroom semi-detached house priced £274,950.
Part-exchange may be available on some of the homes. For more information, see www.hillreed.co.uk
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