In response to increased demand for larger homes with green space as hybrid working becomes more common, Berkeley has brought forward the release of a further collection of homes at its successful new community Hollyfields, Tunbridge Wells. The new phase of two-bedroom coach houses and three, four and five-bedroom houses at the popular development is launching on 31st July.
Offering the best of town and country living, Hollyfields is an ideal place to live for those who want to work from home in a lush green locale yet rely on good transport links to the capital for when the office beckons. The development is located just 1.2 miles from the centre of Tunbridge Wells, which offers direct trains to London in just 41 minutes.
The new properties are well-proportioned and have plenty of room for relaxing, entertaining and working, and benefit from high-speed internet throughout.
"I work in the TV industry, so having good internet connectivity was one of the most important things for me over the past few months," said Marcus Millichope, a buyer at Hollyfields. "I regularly need to download hundreds of gigabytes worth of content, so fast-speed internet was a must".
"The best thing about our new home is its configuration. The house is nice and wide, arranged over two floors, and has high ceilings. Because of all this space, we haven't felt cramped together while working from home since [last] April", added his wife, Caroline.
In addition, all houses benefit from their own private outdoor space in the form of private gardens with lawns and patios, ideal for hosting summer barbecues with family and friends.
Located on the edge of the High Weald, Hollyfields boasts an enviable setting. The 13.8-hectare development is surrounded by greenery, and residents can enjoy trim trails, woodlands, and outdoor play areas on the doorstep.
Ofsted-rated 'Outstanding' St Peter's CoE Primary School recently relocated to the site, making it an appealing option for families. In addition, there is a dedicated residents' shuttle bus to Tunbridge Wells station, indispensable for those who don't own a car.