Andy and Amanda share with us their reasons for buying at Sundew Place, Four Marks, Hampshire
The luxurious, contemporary features and low maintenance of a new property proved the perfect blank canvas upon which to create a modern home. Add to this, the bonus of a green outlook with the gentle hooting of owls at night, and you have just some of the reasons Andy and Amanda decided to move to Kebbell Homes’ attractive Sundew Place development at Four Marks, in Hampshire.
Located off The Shrave and surrounded by glorious Hampshire countryside on the edge of the South Downs National Park, Sundew Place is a delightful collection of three, four and five-bedroom family homes, in a quiet, mature and secluded setting – all factors that drew Andy and Amanda Stevens to view here. The development also backs onto the nostalgic steam railway, the Mid Hants Watercress Line, winding unobtrusively through a deep cutting alongside the development.
Homes here have been carefully designed to provide a luxurious and comfortable lifestyle, featuring all the hallmarks of Kebbell Homes’ renowned high quality, in attention to detail, the use of first class materials and the maximisation of light, space and storage within every property.
With the luxury of underfloor heating, AEG appliances and Roca sanitary ware as standard, Andy and Amanda, both in their 50s, chose a three-bedroom, semi-detached property enabling them to successfully downsize from their previous four-bedroom detached house.
Four Marks lies on the A31 for the A3, bringing Alton, Alresford, Winchester and Guildford all within easy reach. You can be at London Waterloo in just over an hour from Alton Station and Southampton airport is only 24 miles away.
“We know the area reasonably well and Alton is very close to the mainline for work in London, so this location is handy for commuting,” said Andy.
“The high quality of the build and the convenient location were key to our move, as was finding the right home to downsize to in a lovely setting and we have been very happy with the service we received from Kebbell Homes.
“The sales team were excellent and made it easy for us. They were very helpful throughout the process of exchange and completion. If our circumstances changed I would definitely consider buying another Kebbell home and I’d also recommend them to family and friends.”
The Government Help to Buy scheme is available for homes up to £600,000. Part Exchange is now also available, although not in conjunction with Help to Buy.
Andrea Fawell, sales and marketing manager at Kebbell Homes said:
“Sundew Place is a perfect development for families. It also offers a host of living options for couples in a countryside setting where home buyers can enjoy the delights of outdoors spaces and wildlife. I am sure Andy and Amanda will continue to be happy in their new home.”
So, if you are looking for a modern, luxurious and low maintenance home in a lovely setting, or whether you simply like to the tooting of a historic train by day or the tooting of an owl by night, make your way to Sundew Place as soon as you can. It really is something special.