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At Clarence Place, a new development by Persimmon on Sheppey, prices range from just £99,000 for a two-bedroom flat to £249,995 for a four-bedroom family home.
Set within the grounds of the former Minster Hospital, Clarence Place is an development of flats, maisonettes and bungalows, perfect for first time buyers, couples and downsizers, as well as three and four-bedroom homes. There are also plans to refurbish one of the hospital buildings to provide one and two-bedroom flats.
Julie Carver, sales manager at selling agent, Haart, said: “With 11 house types available at Clarence Place, there is a home to suit every buyer. From traditional layouts, to flexible open-plan living spaces each home is distinct both inside and out.”
There are different combinations of warm red and ochre brick work, cream render and timber cladding. Many two-bedroom flats, bungalows and houses offer a separate kitchen-breakfast room, living room and two bedrooms, with an en-suite bathroom and shower room.
Some of the three and four-bedroom homes have separate kitchen-breakfast, dining, living and utility rooms, as well as a study on the ground floor. Other four-bedroom townhouses are on three storeys.
In a quiet residential road in Minster, Clarence Place is less than a 10-minute walk from local amenities, including a post office, as well as a local bar-restaurant and a tea room overlooking the beach.
For more information at Clarence Place or to arrange a visit contact Haart on 01795 663011.
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