AN APARTMENT development that replaced the ‘unattractive’ Union House in Tunbridge Wells, has now almost sold out according to the developer behind the plans.
The development, 1887 The Pantiles, was constructed by Dandara South East on the site of the former 1980s office building and has won plaudits for its heritage design, is now fully complete with only three of the 127 properties remaining for sale.
To further entice buyers, Dandara is making a contribution to stamp duty costs on the final homes.
Louise Norman, Sales and Marketing Director for Dandara South East, said: “This is an unmissable opportunity for buyers to secure a home in this beautiful building in one of the most historic and photographed locations in Royal Tunbridge Wells.
“The final mews homes come complete with floor coverings, light fittings and window dressings, which is ideal for busy people who don’t have time to wait in for carpet-fitters or measure for blinds.
“We can even supply the furniture for an additional cost. They are the ideal buy for investors, as they offer strong rental yields, or for holiday lets,” Ms Norman explained.
Included in the final release is the Mews 9 showhome, priced at £580,000, which features ‘a fresh, playful, contemporary design with a large, sunny open-plan living space, kitchen and dining area, and a sleek kitchen with taupe coloured gloss and walnut units contrasting with white stone worktops’.
Mews showhomes 10 and 11 have similar layouts and are priced at £565,000 with allocated parking as with all the properties.
Ms Norman added: “This is a rare opportunity for buyers to purchase one of the final homes in this incredible building, although it will be sad for us to leave 1887 The Pantiles as we have come such a long way since we first saw plans for the site.
“It was hard then to imagine that one day we would be putting the finishing touches to an incredible building like this, which has done so much to enrich the life of not only its residents but Tunbridge Wells. It has been an amazing experience to be part of this transformation.”