Comer Launch Prime Surrey BtR Development

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Leading Build-to-Rent (BtR) developer Comer Homes has released the first phase of apartments at its flagship Surrey scheme, Whyteleafe House. The contemporary development comprises 167 one, two and three-bedroom apartments, with prices starting from £861 for a one-bedroom apartment and £1,051 for a two-bedroom apartment. Residents will also benefit from access to a wealth of amenities, including a state-of-the-art private gym, in-house hotel style lobby and a 24-hour concierge service.

Whyteleafe House also includes 115 private car parking spaces and 20 motorcycle bays. The development is also well-located for those requiring excellent transport links into central London, whilst benefitting from being close to beautiful countryside.

Commenting on the new development in Whyteleafe, Caroline Comer, Sales & Marketing Director at Comer Homes said, “Whyteleafe House is an exciting addition to Comer’s BtR portfolio and a scheme we believe will be hugely popular. At all of our schemes we strive to deliver well-considered homes that benefit from good locations and excellent facilities. This is the perfect combination for rental schemes and we believe this will attract a wide range of tenants.”

Whyteleafe is a popular village set within the stunning Surrey North Downs, whilst being within easy reach of central London. Three train stations – Whyteleafe, Upper Warlingham and South Whyteleafe – connect directly to London Bridge or London Victoria stations in just under 30 minutes.

Whyteleafe also benefits from some beautiful country walks and green spaces nearby, whilst there is also a good selection of golf courses, such as Woldingham Golf Club and the North Down Golf Club.

Whyteleafe is conveniently located less than a 10-minute drive away from nearby town Kenley. This is the base of RAF Kenley airfield which was used as a strategic airfield in the Battle of Britain. This is now the UK’s most complete airfield surviving the Battle of Britain and gives us further knowledge into the UK’s aviation past.

Nearby is Kenley Common which is 138 acres of green open space surrounding the airfield. This common has connections back to the First World War where planes were assembled and tested for the French air force. There is still evidence of the war on the common including the old blast bays, air raid shelters, officer’s mess, and the original runways.