On Saturday 30th June, Berkeley will be launching the first showhome at their new development, Ryewood, in Sevenoaks. Ryewood is a new community conveniently located in close proximity to local amenities and leisure facilities. Located adjacent to the peaceful Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve, this attractive collection of five hundred 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom houses, and 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, is just a 29 minute train journey from London.
Tina Dedman, Sales & Marketing Director for Berkeley, explains: "We've already had significant in the properties since launching a few months ago from both investors and owner-occupiers alike. We also have a number of purchasers who have been eagerly awaiting the launch of the first show home and to experience the architectural style, layout and high quality of the finish first hand".
The homes at Ryewood are designed to maximise space and light, creating practical yet comfortable living accommodation.
The new show home, due to open on Saturday 30th June, is a generously proportioned two bedroom apartment. The master bedroom comes complete with an ensuite and the spacious open plan kitchen/lounge/dining room has doors onto a large private garden. Ample storage space is provided, including two generous storage cupboards located in the hall.
The apartment will showcase the exacting standards of the fixture and fittings included in all the properties at Ryewood. These include an individually designed kitchen that feature a stainless steel hob oven and extractor hood, fully integrated dishwasher, a fridge/freezer and a luxuriously fitted bathroom complete with a large mirrored wall cabinet. All properties come fully wired for a multi room entertainment system and every phone point is broadband enabled.
The homes at Ryewood offer a wide range of layouts, designs and sizes with high quality, contemporary specification, set amongst leafy landscaped squares and gardens for all to enjoy. Combining the best of city and country living, Dunton Green train station is just a few minutes' walk away, with regular trains into London Bridge, Charing Cross and Cannon Street.