We are delighted that all properties on the Woodland Place development in Billingshurst have been fully sold and the happy new residents of this charming development are now enjoying their new homes.
The enchanting collection of two, three, four and five bedroom quality homes create the perfect blend of traditional design on the outside, reflecting a classic Sussex style, with modern interiors, all in a great location convenient for Billingshurst village and local mainline rail a short walk away.
Each home has been beautifully appointed to include high quality finishing touches, which include integrated NEFF appliances, lavishly appointed kitchens and bathrooms all wrapped in an energy efficient package.
Generous parking and landscaped gardens with ease of maintenance in mind were also popular features of this development, as well as being surrounded by the ancient woodland setting that attracted so many buyers. Read some of our fabulous testimonials from happy purchasers below:
“My husband and I were absolutely looking for a new-build home. We had lived locally in a much older house and wanted a versatile, modern home that was eco-friendly, reducing our worries on ever increasing energy bills.”
“Since we’ve been here we’ve been creating a flower bed at the back of the garden and some extra paving. The garden is low maintenance already, but we wanted to make it even easier to live with.” Mrs Blockley
There is already a wonderful sense of community among the neighbours living in Woodland Place, helping residents to feel settled in their new homes. “What has also made us feel settled were the lovely welcome cards that our new neighbours sent us when we moved in.”
“In the short time we’ve been here we’ve met all many of our neighbours who are all great to get along with. It’s reassuring to know you have purchased next to likeminded people.” Mr & Mrs Hyde
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