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Crest Nicholson Launches Next Phase of its Daventry Development

Crest Nicholson has unveiled the second phase of its sought-after Daventry development, Union Place at Monksmoor Park, Northamptonshire. Comprising of 114 two, three and four bedroom homes, this latest stage is due to be completed later this year. The collection features Crest Nicholson’s new range of house types which include a number of sustainability measures designed to deliver environmental benefits.

Nestled within the picturesque countryside, Monksmoor Park incorporates 25 acres of open space within a thriving neighbourhood. The development exemplifies Crest Nicholson’s Garden Village Principles, which has proved popular with a range of buyers from first timers to growing families and downsizers.

The new range of house types has been meticulously designed to improve heat retention and reduce the energy required to keep a home warm. Their efficient design also reduces material waste on site and the time it takes to build a home.

Among the range of new house types at Union Place is the two bedroom Ashtead, an ideal choice for those hoping to get onto the property ladder, with both a main bathroom and a second en suite bathroom. Downstairs, a combined living and dining room provides the perfect space for entertaining. Inspired by tradition, the three bedroom Chesham features a double fronted layout with a bay window and full height French doors to allow natural light in, and a spacious kitchen-dining room and separate living room.

With four generously-sized bedrooms, the Filey is the perfect option for growing families or those looking to set up a home office. Spread across three storeys, the property includes an open plan kitchen-dining area with a separate living room and a Juliet balcony in the third bedroom, while the entire second floor hosts the main bedroom.

Vanessa MacNee, sales and Marketing Director at Crest Nicholson Midlands, comments: “With flexible layouts and larger living spaces now a top priority for purchasers, the new range of house types at Union Place is perfect for modern buyers looking to reduce their carbon consumption. At Crest Nicholson, we take great pride in building not just sustainable homes, but sustainable communities, and these homes will go a long way in reducing emissions both during the construction process and in the running of homes.

She added: “The latest phase at Union Place coincides with the launch of the final phase of Central Point at Monksmoor Park, comprising of 24 three and four bedroom homes. These stylish new collections mean there are a wide variety of options available in Daventry to suit all home buyers, from first timers to growing families, second steppers and downsizers. We expect a lot of interest in these properties so I would encourage potential purchases to get in touch with the sales team as soon as possible or come along to a Part Exchange event we’re hosting at the development on 4 September. Those interested will be able to ask questions and receive tailored advice to understand how they could use the scheme to purchase a new home.”

Located amid an abundance of open space, Monksmoor Park offers residents the very best in country living while being within easy reach of Daventry’s town centre and local amenities including shops, restaurants, bars and pubs. For commuters, the development provides easy access to the M1 in just 15 minutes, while Rugby Train Station provides services to London Euston in just over an hour.