On Saturday 27th March, Redrow released the first homes at Hawthorn Mews in Haverhill. Hawthorn Mews is located within the wider Great Wilsey Park community and follows the 2020 launch of homes at The Parklands.
Hawthorn Mews will offer three- and four-bedroom homes from Redrow’s award-winning Heritage Collection. The homes will sit amongst miles of idyllic, open Suffolk countryside, and are just a few minutes from the lively local market and outstanding schools in Haverhill.
Redrow’s Heritage Collection homes at Hawthorn Mews will combine architecture inspired by the early 20th-century arts and crafts movement with spacious, modern interiors. For those wanting to work from home, the generous spaces within Redrow’s Heritage Collection homes are ideal for creating home offices. The three-bedroom Letchworth, four-bedroom Marlow and four-bedroom Warwick house type will all be available in the first release.
Alongside new homes there will be extensive open space in the wider scheme, including a nature-rich country park running through the centre. The country park will feature wetlands, footpaths, cycle routes and play spaces. As part of the landscaping strategy, and in line with Redrow’s wider initiative to promote biodiversity across their sites, species rich flowers, hedgerows and new trees will be delivered across the new community. New homeowners will also have access to allotments.
A new community hub is being created within the wider community too, providing new and existing residents with a health centre, office units and a care home, alongside local shops.
Kerry McCoubrey, Sales Director at Redrow Eastern, commented: “It is fantastic to be able to launch Hawthorn Mews for buyers looking to join our popular community at Great Wilsey Park. After the initial release of homes at The Parklands were snapped in a matter of weeks, we are thrilled to be able to offer more Heritage Collection homes in this charming community. At Redrow we are committed to developing sustainable new schemes that seamlessly connect and contribute to the existing community, which is why the wider Great Wilsey Park scheme will be delivering a wide range of onsite amenities, including schools and green open spaces.”
Great Wilsey Park offers excellent transport links – Great Chesterford Station, just a short car journey away, takes commuters into London Liverpool Street in just over an hour. Haverhill lies just 14 miles south east of Cambridge and a similar distance south west of Bury St Edmunds, with regular bus services available to both.
To make the process as convenient as possible, Redrow’s Help to Sell scheme is open to all buyers wishing to purchase a home with Redrow. With Help to Sell, buyers leaving an old home behind need not worry as Redrow will arrange up to three appraisals of the former property while contributing to estate agent fees, to make the process run as smoothly as possible. Redrow’s Help to Sell scheme is available to all buyers, no matter where they lie on the property ladder, and at no extra cost. For first-time buyers, Help to Buy will also be available on selected house types.
To find out more about the homes available at Hawthorn Mews at Great Wilsey Park and to register your interest visit www.redrow.co.uk/hawthornmews. Prices start at £332,995. The new homes will be made available from the sales cabin at The Parklands at Great Wilsey Park on Saturday 27th March.