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New Show Home Offers Preview of Rowan Park Houses

Rowan Park show home launch day img1Having been inundated with interest from visitors to the development, award winning developer Crest Nicholson has now launched a stylish new show home at its Rowan Park development in Mitcham to a fantastic reception with almost 100 visitors on the opening weekend. This was the first time that prospective purchasers were able to view these innovative houses and the developer’s experienced Sales Advisors were on hand to answer any questions and show potential purchasers around the development which comprises an a selection of brand new and refurbished 1 & 2 bedroom apartments and 2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses.

The development has three new showhomes, showcasing two, three and four bedroom properties. The homes are designed to help potential purchasers visualise their lives at Rowan Park while the current phase of homes are selling off plan.

Christine Tiernan, Sales & Marketing Director, Crest Nicholson South comments: “At Rowan Park we’ve aimed to create a fantastic living environment for our customers, both inside and outside their homes and we are really pleased to have launched our stunning new show home at the development to such great comments from the visitors. Thanks to its fantastic location the development is ideal for both commuters and families who want to still be close to the hustle and bustle of the city. Set in 2.6 hectares of green parkland Crest Nicholson has created a safe place within which to relax and play.”

At Rowan Park, innovative new homes and apartments sit side by side with the listed former Rowan Park school building, which has been sympathetically renovated as apartments. All homes at the development meet level four requirements in the Government’s Code for Sustainable Homes,* the national standard for sustainable design and construction of new homes.

The development is set amongst landscaped parkland and each of the houses has its own private garden. There are homes to suit all households and budgets, from apartments in the refurbished school building, to the bold and striking looks of the contemporary homes. Rowan Park is designed to become a flourishing community, with a doctor’s surgery due to be situated at the entrance to the development, as well as a scout hut and a community hall to encourage relationships between neighbours.

Mitcham is located about nine miles from central London and has much to offer in the form of shopping and leisure, making it a great choice for both families and commuters. A small shopping centre is located conveniently nearby on the nearby Rowan Road and Manor Road, nearby Wimbledon has excellent shopping and numerous restaurants on The Broadway, with luxury brands and chic eateries in Wimbledon village. The Canons Leisure Centre in Mitcham has a swimming pool and facilities for all kinds of sport and fitness. Mitcham has long been popular with parents for its wide choice of state primary and secondary schools, several within easy reach of Rowan Park.

Rowan Park offers great links to central London and is within easy reach of much of the South West. Mitcham Eastfields station is within walking distance from the development with direct services to Victoria and Blackfriars. There are also bus services to the nearby Norbury station, with trains to Victoria and London Bridge in under half an hour. Mitcham Junction station also offers handy connections to the Thameslink network including Wimbledon, Blackfriars and Kings Cross. By car, the A23, about a mile from Rowan Park, is a major route into and out of London, joining with the M25 and the M23 at junction 7, meaning both Heathrow and Gatwick Airports are within easy reach.

Prices start at £164,950 for a one bedroom apartment and £247,500 for a two bedroom home. For more information, please contact Crest Nicholson’s on site Sales Advisors on 0870 750 8403 or rowanpark@crestnicholson.com, or visit www.crestnicholson.com/rowanpark.

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