Sales Soar at Broadoaks Park

17/06/2022

 

 

 

Following Broadoaks Park’s major launch of its newest phase of homes earlier this year, demand for the fourth phase at the prestigious country estate continues to accelerate, with just six properties now remaining.⁠Part of a new development comprising 126 properties, the fourth phase of 20 expansive family homes have sold extremely quickly.

Attracting a wide range of individuals, from professional couples to retirees and families, sales at Broadoaks Park have firmly established itself as one of Octagon’s most successful developments to date. Demonstrating its desirability, 25% of homes in Phase 4 at Broadoaks Park were reserved within one week of launching in early 2022.

Tim Banks, CEO of Octagon, comments: “Broadoaks has been one of our most successful sites to date, with 80% of Phase 3 sold within four months of launching. We are well known for selecting the very best locations to build family homes and there is no doubt that the location of Broadoaks, the heart of West Byfleet, with excellent connections into London, has been a major factor in the developments popularity.”

Featuring both new-build and restored properties, Broadoaks Park is one of Surrey’s most sought-after new developments, creating a low-density neighbourhood characterised by greenery. Through the front gates, an expansive green with 150-year old Oak tree sets the scene for the estate, whilst pockets of rich landscaping are interspersed throughout the 25 acre site.

The fourth phase follows a highly successful string of earlier releases, with all of phases I, II and III fully reserved and many new Octagon clients now moved in.

The vision of Octagon Developments was to complement the 19th Century architecture of the Grade II listed Broadoaks Mansion. Octagon were determined to create a virtual hamlet of new build homes, classically designed and in harmony with the existing listed Seth Smith properties, meticulously restored by the pioneering developers.

Perfectly complementing the original architecture, pitched roofing, intricate brick detailing and large sash windows give each of the new homes at Broadoaks Park a neo- Victorian elegance, with a mix of red and yellow brick finishes giving the estate personality. Inside, bespoke kitchens house lacquer finished cabinets with quartz work surface, a full range of Siemens appliances and boiling water hot tap, whilst the impressive bathrooms include white sanitaryware by Villeroy & Boch, finished with polished chrome fittings. High-tech additions include whole house ventilation, RAKO mood lighting controls, automated garage doors and underfloor heating.

With such high sales volumes, each month that passes leads to a new wave of residents moving in, and the vision for creating a great village community edge ever closer to being realised.

Some of the earliest purchasers at Broadoaks Park, Angelique and Ameer, comment, “Every month a new tranche of residents moves into Broadoaks Park, and it is becoming a great village community. It attracts a wide range of individuals, some with families, some retired, and some like us, professional couples, settling into a home where we expect to be spending a major part of our lifetime”.

Marking the next significant milestone at Broadoaks Park, Phase 5 is due to launch Summer of this year, and will comprise a mix of 2 bedroom apartments, and 3 / 4 bedroom family homes.

Remaining available homes at Broadoaks Park start from £1,900,000 for a five/six bedroom home arranged over two floors with a private garden. Please visit broadoakspark.co.uk or call 020 8481 7500 for more information.

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