Despite recent difficult economic times, the market for EPGL homes has been bouyant. Of Enterprise Urban's four current developments, one has sold completely and there is only one property remaining on each of the other three. All the apartments in Chant House in Camden have been sold off plan; there is one apartment left in Woolrich House, Cirencester; Austin Court in Cambridge has a three bedroom end of terrace house available; and at Middleton Green, also in Cambridge, only the four bedroom detached Shakespeare house, which forms this development's second phase, is on offer.
Meanwhile, up in Chester, there are only two of eighty purpose-built apartments remaining for sale at Enterprise Retirement's luxury Boughton Hall Retirement Village. Built around the historic c.17th century hall, which has been tastefully refurbished to house eight of the apartments and the extensive and exclusive communal facilities, Boughton Hall offers the privacy and independence afforded by having one's own front door combined with the security and peace of mind that comes from living in a community of like-minded people with a 24-hour on site team of staff available if needed.Back to news
This impressive five bedroom, three storey detached home has an expansive open-plan snug/kitchen/dining area with bifold doors opening onto the garden, a separate formal living room with feature fireplace and a master bedroom with dressing room, en-suite and private balcony.