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Situated on Watford Road, within walking distance to Radlett’s high street and mainline station, these stunning apartments feature the highest quality and finest design, combined with state-of-the-art technology.
Jason Rishover, CEO at Heronslea Group comments: “We are delighted to have launched Newland Heights. This development is very special, it’s a beautiful collection of homes designed with premium living in mind – they really are the finest lateral apartments in this much-loved Hertfordshire village and we are anticipating they will be very popular.”
Set in gated, landscaped grounds with private underground parking, the two storey contemporary building features large Georgian inspired windows, Juliette balconies, a grand entrance adorned with white columns, interior designed communal hallway with bespoke artwork and lift to all floors. Internally, the two and three-bedroom, two-bathroom spacious apartments range in size from 1,388 sqft to 1,808 sqft, and have been designed by Heronslea’s interior design team.
Neil Landau, Village Estates comments: “We’ve had the busiest January and February for 34 years, since the market bounced back following the Tory victory and Brexit. Prices are holding up with serious buyers around, there is however, a shortage in stock, which is why we are thrilled to be marketing Newland Heights – a fabulous collection of homes that have been well planned and designed throughout, offering a great location close to the centre of the village and providing the prefect size for the middle market.”
Specification is high throughout. The contemporary designed German kitchens feature soft closing cabinetry and come complete with Miele and Siemens integrated appliances. The elegant bathrooms and en-suites have been designed to offer a sanctuary within the homes and feature designer sanitary-ware, baths and walk-in wet room style showers.
Radlett lies in the valley of Tykes Water, a stream that runs from Aldenham Reservoir to the River Colne and is situated between St Albans and Borehamwood. The village has a wide variety of local shops, restaurants and pubs as well as the Radlett Centre with a 300-seat auditorium for various performances.
First class transport links ensure Newland Heights is ideal for getting into London with Radlett mainline station a short walk away providing trains to King’s Cross St Pancras in less than 30 minutes. The M1 and M25 motorways are close by providing direct access to Greater and Central London, as well as the rest of the country.
Prices start from £1,150,000. For further information please contact the selling agents Village Estates on 01923 852434 or visit www.heronslea.net.