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Charles Church launch at Heartwood Gardens, Wheathampstead

10:53 19 November 2010

Charles Church launch at Heartwood Gardens, Wheathampstead

Charles Church launch at Heartwood Gardens, Wheathampstead

Heartwood Gardens, Charles Church's newest development in Hertfordshire, hosts a fine collection of traditional two storey family homes of three and four bedroom homes in the beautiful village of Wheathampstead.

Heartwood Gardens, Charles Churchs newest development in Hertfordshire, hosts a fine collection of traditional two storey family homes of three and four bedroom homes in the beautiful village of Wheathampstead.


Each property features the specification and quality for which Charles Church is renowned. There is also a unique coach house design for those seeking something a little different. The homes are being built in a range of elevational treatments, which have been sympathetically styled to blend harmoniously with the surrounding area.


Such is the popularity of Heartwood Gardens that over 100 eager househunters visited the development on the first day of the launch. Three properties were sold immediately, therefore those interested should take a trip to the site to see whats on offer before they potentially miss out.


Prices at the development currently range from 329,950 for a three bedroom semi detached housetype to 599,950 for The Gladstone, one of the larger four bedroom detached family homes.


Wheathampstead is a large villagesituated north of St Albans, it is considered to be part of the surrounding villages of Harpenden. Wheathampstead has a vibrant local community and the high street houses everyting you would expect from a village aswell as a few extra treats such as beauty parlours, restaurants and bespoke jewellry design.


For further details about the exclusive range of properties being built by Charles Church at Heartwood Gardens, please contact the marketing suite on 0845 676 0199, open Thursday-Monday 10am-5pm Alternatively visit the company online at www.charleschurch.com


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