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                NEW HOMES PREDICTED TO BE SNAPPED UP IN EARLY 2020
New build homes are being snapped up in Bordon, according to the developers of Heatherfields, a collection of new luxury family homes being built in the area...
Developers Kebbell say they have experienced a surge in interest from buyers looking to move to a new home in time for Christmas, and they are now preparing for a second wave of buyers wishing to make their move in early 2020. Buyers have typically been local to the area already but looking for a higher build quality or are edging south, closer to the South Downs National Park area, whilst still being commutable to London and the surrounding towns.
Andrea Fawell, Sales and Marketing Director of Kebbell says: “We have been delighted by the interest at Heatherfields and we are expecting another huge swell of visitors as buyers look to January for new beginnings with a fresh burst of energy.”
Heatherfields is a collection of 65 beautiful three, four and five bedroom homes set alongside neighbouring woodland with its own wildlife habitat area. The homes vary from 1292 sq. ft to 2094 sq. ft and are competitively priced from £399,950 to £685,000. Every home at Heatherfields offers light-filled living rooms and kitchens, and relaxing spacious bedrooms. Underfloor heating and accommodating storage come as standard.
Bordon town centre is part of a major regeneration project, transforming it into a prosperous and sustainable green town.
Heatherfields is minutes away from schools and shops, and within easy reach of several cities, main roads, rail, airports and seaports.
Kebbell supports a number of different government incentives to help buyers purchase a new Heatherfields home including Help to Buy, Armed Forces Help to Buy and Part Exchange. Help to Buy is exclusively open to buyers purchasing new homes for less than £600,000.
Andrea Fawell says: “We are delighted to be part of the buzz surrounding Bordon’s regeneration and to be able to supply homes of exceptional quality to our residents.”
Visit the Show Home Thursday to Monday 10am - 5pm to discover Heatherfields for yourself, or
for an appointment call 01420 473063 or email heatherfields@kebbell.co.uk www.kebbell.co.uk
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JANE’S NEW ROSE
Pictured: Museum director, Mary Guyatt, Alan, Celia Simpson, Head Gardener at Jane Austen’s House Museum and Philip Harkness, of Harkness Roses
Celebrity gardener and Jane Austen’s House Museum Ambassador Alan Titchmarsh recently planted the Chawton Cottage rose in the Museum garden.
The Chawton Cottage rose was specially developed by Harkness Roses to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Jane Austen’s House Museum opening to the public.
The rose, described by Harkness as a ‘sensational new climbing rose’, has a light scent and an enchanting deep red eye in every delicately shaped pearl pink flower. It is the third rose Harkness Roses have developed for Jane Austen’s House Museum to mark key anniversaries. The Chawton Cottage rose follows the Jane
Austen rose, unveiled in 2017 to mark the bicentenary of Austen’s death and the Pride and Prejudice rose, unveiled in 2013 to mark the 200th anniversary of the novel’s publication. All three roses were launched at RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Harkness Roses are generously donating
a percentage of their proceeds to help support the Museum’s fundraising appeal to restore and protect Jane Austen’s precious home.
The Chawton Cottage rose will be available for sale via Harkness Roses.
Jane Austen’s House Museum, affectionately known as ‘Chawton Cottage’,
first opened to the public 70 years ago, on 23 July 1949. Since then it has welcomed over one million visitors and has become one of the most important literary sites in the world. It was here that Jane’s genius flourished and where she penned all her novels, including the timeless Pride and Prejudice. It is the most treasured Austen site in the world and the only house where Jane Austen lived and wrote that is open to the public.
For further information, please visit www. jane-austens-house-museum.org.uk
For further information on Jane’s Fund, please visit www.jane-austens-house- museum.org.uk/janes-fund
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