Stunning Sales Suite Unveiled At Knights Quarter, Winchester
The sales suite for Knights Quarter, a highly anticipated new residential development by Berkeley Homes, is now open for prospective purchasers. Nestled close to the heart of the city, this luxurious collection of new homes is a welcome addition to one of Winchester’s most affluent and desirable locations, within a short walk of the medieval city centre.
Bringing an outstanding collection of over 200 one, two and three-bedroom apartments, penthouses and four and five-bedroom townhouses to the market, Knights Quarter is situated just a ten-minute walk from the historic city centre. Designed to provide luxury living for a wide range of purchasers, the stylish homes will offer generously proportioned layouts, a high specification and the beautiful finishes that are a hallmark of the quality Berkeley offers.
Jeremy Chapman, Managing Director at Berkeley Homes (Southern) East, added: “With an extensive range of properties to suit a variety of buyers, Knights Quarter will provide prestigious living in the finest location and we look forward to welcoming prospective owners over the coming months.”
Situated in an elevated position, just half a mile from the historic city centre, Knights Quarter offers the best of Winchester living, combined with the very best of Berkeley quality. Boasting stunning architecture, expertly crafted interiors and magnificent grounds, Knights Quarter promises to offer an enviable lifestyle. Residents can make use of the exclusive onsite gym or take a walk into the city centre to enjoy the wealth of culture and amenities Winchester offers, from fantastic shopping, to festivals, the theatre and Michelin-Star restaurants.
Jane Kennerley, Director of Residential Development Sales at Savills, comments: “Knights Quarter will meet an increasing demand for well designed, luxurious accommodation in Winchester. We have already seen a good level of interest in the development and would recommend all interested parties to come and view the sales suite as soon as possible.
“These exceptional homes will provide the opportunity to live within an exclusive enclave with private parking, wonderful landscaped courtyards, access to gym facilities and some will have stunning views over the historical city centre with the Cathedral at its heart. From this vantage point it brings into perspective the compact nature of the city which is surrounded by countryside. A ten-minute walk down the hill from Knights Quarter brings you to the heart of the city, with a large variety of shops and amenities, a wide range of cultural events throughout the year, and the appeal of long walks in the famous water meadows.”
Featuring an impressive entrance boulevard and tree lined streets that lead to each of the new homes, the development includes a central square and a courtyard garden with ornamental planting. Most homes have at least one spacious balcony or terrace, with many private gardens available, off street parking for townhouses and secure underground parking available for apartments.
For lovers of the outdoors, Knights Quarter is close to beautiful countryside and for those looking to venture further afield, Southampton and the beaches of the South Coast are easily reachable.
Perfect for commuters, Knights Quarter is a 10-minute walk away from Winchester train station offering services in to London Waterloo, with a journey time of approximately one hour. There are frequent bus services within the area, as well as national bus services, and the proximity of the M3 motorway, the A34, A31, A3090 and A272 make connecting to the rest of the country by car very convenient.
Prices at Knights Quarter start from £300,000*. For more information on Knights Quarter, call 01962679000, visit www.knightsquarter.co.uk, or contact the Savills Winchester New Homes team on 01962 834 045.
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