A beautifully crafted collection of townhouses arranged around a garden square in a semi-rural location linked to Henry Vlll and his second wife Anne Boleyn has launched in the commuter suburb of West Wickham in Bromley, Kent.
The gated development is situated next to the 15th century Wickham Court, once the ancestral home of Anne Boleyn’s favourite great aunt whom she visited regularly, and where it is said Henry VIII courted and proposed to Anne.
The traditional architecturally inspired four-bedroom homes are positioned across three floors designed in two contemporary house styles, The Chatsworth at 1,604 sq ft offers a spacious kitchen dining room opening on to the garden, integral garage to the ground floor, first-floor living room and four spacious bedrooms.
The Malvern at 1,442 sq ft features open plan living to the ground floor and four double bedrooms across two further floors.
These bespoke homes each have a main en suite bedroom and a further two bathrooms meeting all the requirements of a busy family lifestyle.
Prices start from £700,000 at the Moat Homes development and this final phase of luxury homes has been launched at Wickham Grange following the sell-out success of a range of shared ownership and rental homes available only to local residents.
Each of the light, spacious homes enjoy a contemporary, high specification with handle-less Leicht Sirius gloss kitchens in platinum, silestone natural quartz worktops, glass splashbacks and a full range of integrated Bosch and Zanussi appliances throughout including a Caple wine cooler.
Engineered oak flooring is laid through the kitchen, lounge, dining and hallway with ceramic wall and floor tiles in the bathrooms and cloakrooms along with chrome fittings. Fawn carpets are fitted in all other areas. Homes are wired to Sky Q compatibility and phone points are installed throughout.
Kathryn Sinclair, Head of New Homes at selling agent Sinclair Hammelton comments: “These rare townhouses tick the boxes of the perfect family requirements post lockdown.
“Not only are they in a rural setting surrounded by views of the Kent and Surrey countryside they are also a few minutes’ drive from the mainline stations of Hayes and West Wickham with fast trains to central London in just over 30 minutes and a wide range of local shops and restaurants and some of the capital’s most outstanding schools.
“The historic Wickham Court is now an independent school that is literally on the doorstep. Each of the townhouses offers flexible living which buyers are now requesting when looking to combine working from home and family life.”
Alongside the wide retail, restaurant and bar offering at West Wickham and Hayes Village, Wickham Grange is located close to the regional shopping centre at Bromley with its range of high street stores, The Vue and Picturehouse cinemas, swimming pool, bowling alley and the renowned Churchill Theatre for drama, music and comedy performances.
West Wickham, Hayes and the surrounding areas have a range of outstanding primary and secondary schools across the state and private sector. The M25 is an 18-minute drive via the A21.