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Introducing St James Place

19 November 2015

Introducing St James Place

Award winning developer Barratt Homes has recently launched St James Place in Clanfield, a fantastic development of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes in Clanfield.  This beautiful village location, close to Petersfield, offers an excellent range of amenities on your doorstep and this thriving community will soon be home to a new community centre with sports facilities, a bowls green and pavilion.

Surrounded by countryside, St James Place is ideally placed for those seeking a semi-rural location, and its close proximity to Petersfield and Portsmouth means that there is an abundance of things to do in the local area.  The village also boasts great transport links with fast access to the A3 (M) which provides a direct route to London and the south coast via the nearby M27. 

“It is always exciting to start a new development and watching it take shape” explains Susan Wadsworth head of new homes at selling agents Henry Adams.

“This development is sure to prove popular, as it provides a great selection of 2 and 3 bedroom properties which are ideal for first time buyers, young families and those looking to move up the ladder” continues Susan.

Subject to the stage of build, buyers will have the opportunity to personalise their new home by selecting the kitchen units and bathroom tiling from the stylish range on offer.  For added peace of mind Every Barratt Homes comes complete with a 2 year Customer Care warranty covering almost all fixtures and fittings in addition to a 10 year structural NHBC warranty.

Prices at the development currently range from £275,000 for a thoughtfully designed two bedroom, two bath end of terrace Tiverton to £395,000 for a spacious four bedroom detached Thornbury with garage and two parking spaces.  The sales office and show homes in Green Lane are open from 10am to 5.30pm daily.  If you would like further information on St James Place or to arrange an appointment to view, please contact Henry Adams Petersfield on 01730 262801.

 


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