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Riverside Park housing development in Victoria Way, Ashford prepares for Open Day Launch

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A major new housing complex in the centre of Ashford is getting plenty of interest from investors and potential buyers are being invited to attend an open launch day later this month.

The multi-million pound Riverside Park development is being delivered by GRE Assets - specialists in investment and management of UK real estate - on the former Powergen site.

This major new housing complex in the centre of Ashford is getting plenty of interest from investors and potential buyers. The development is described as perfect for those commuting to Canterbury and London.
This major new housing complex in the centre of Ashford is getting plenty of interest from investors and potential buyers. The development is described as perfect for those commuting to Canterbury and London.

Positioned next to the Great Stour River and overlooking Victoria Park, Riverside Park is already proving to one of the most sought after addresses in Ashford with one-to-two bedroom apartments from £195,000 and three bedroom houses from £450,000 available to buy now.

The new development will see 246 apartments and 26 riverside townhouses built close to the town centre, walking distance from Curious Brewery, Elwick Place and The Coachworks.

Work on Riverside Park started in the spring of 2017 and an exclusive Open Day Launch weekend for potential buyers to have a first look at the remaining plots will take place between 10am and 4pm on Saturday, November 23 and then again from 10am until 2pm on Sunday, November 24.

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT RIVERSIDE PARK

Each property in the development boasts their own private balcony or terrace, fully-fitted kitchens with integrated appliances, fully fitted bathroom suites and flooring throughout. Photo by Matt Bristow.
Each property in the development boasts their own private balcony or terrace, fully-fitted kitchens with integrated appliances, fully fitted bathroom suites and flooring throughout. Photo by Matt Bristow.

GRE Assets sales advisors will be on hand to offer guidance on the properties and the Help to Buy scheme during the weekend launch.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming prospective buyers to our two open days, offering an opportunity to not only see all that Riverside Park has to offer, but to find out about exclusive incentives to make their dreams of owning their own home come true,” said Michael El-Kassir, who is Managing Director of GRE Assets.

Described by the developers as homes that inspire every day, apartment residents can take in the view from their own balconies with either vibrant town or parkland views.

There is also a communal roof terrace that’s surrounded by green open spaces.

The three bedroom homes offer deluxe open-plan living with south or east facing terraces overlooking open spaces with an impressive master bedroom that overlooks Victoria Park.

Real estate investment company GRE Assets is delivering the Riverside Park development in Ashford on a former Powergen brownfield site. Photo by Matt Bristow.
Real estate investment company GRE Assets is delivering the Riverside Park development in Ashford on a former Powergen brownfield site. Photo by Matt Bristow.

Each property in the development boasts their own private balcony or terrace, fully-fitted kitchens with integrated appliances, fully fitted bathroom suites and flooring throughout.

“We have already seen a tremendous amount of interest for these properties with over 90% of Phase 1 already sold,” said Michael El-Kassir.

“With the recent expansion of the Ashford Designer Outlet as well as the newly opened Elwick Place, which are just around the corner from the development, the town has attracted a lot of investors.”

Michael added: “Apart from being affordable homes and particularly great for buy to let, Riverside Park is also ideally placed for those commuting to other towns or cities.”

“The nearby Ashford International Station is only half a mile away, which means that there is an easy 25-minute rail link to Canterbury with just under 70 trains travelling between the two stations on an average weekday.

Work on Riverside Park started in the spring of 2017. Photo by Matt Bristow.
Work on Riverside Park started in the spring of 2017. Photo by Matt Bristow.

“You can also be in London St Pancras by high speed rail from Ashford in just 38 minutes.”

To learn more about Riverside Park, visit the official website by clicking here, email info@greassets.co.uk or telephone 01233 427 767.

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