Sevenoaks Bucks National Trend - One of the few 'user towns' to see house prices rise in 2013

6th December 2012

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The latest figures from Savills have predicted a long-awaited rise in houses prices in 2013 in the prime commuter zones around London, including Sevenoaks. Purchasers keen to capitalise on this expected rise should consider investing in the new phase of homes being built by Berkeley Homes at Ryewood, due to be released in early 2013.

Tina Dedman, Director of Sales & Marketing at Berkeley Homes, said: "Interest in the homes at Ryewood has been far higher than we anticipated. So much so, we have had to bring forward the launch of the next phase, which will include a variety of property styles designed to cater for first time buyers or young professionals to families and downsizers. One and two bedroom apartments will be available as well as three and four bedroom townhouses, all designed to a high specification. Off street parking is provided with each home and many of the houses have a private garage."

The new homes are set amongst leafy landscaped gardens with a residents' gym for all to enjoy. Combining the best of city and country living, Dunton Green train station is just a few minutes walk away with trains into London Bridge, Charing Cross and Cannon Street. Ryewood also has its own bus service providing residents with their own direct link to and from Sevenoaks station and the town centre which offers a good variety of shops, pubs, restaurants, cinemas and theatres.

Schools in Sevenoaks are a huge pull factor for families relocating to the area. Amherst, Sevenoaks and Lady Boswell's Church of England primary schools are all rated as outstanding by Ofsted, with Sevenoaks Prep and Sevenoaks School offering excellent private education.

Those wishing to register their interest in the next phase of homes should call 01732 740402.

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