“When I first visited Hill Farm I was struck immediately by the quality of the development overall. The attention to detail that sets apart a really good developer. The intricate bespoke brickwork, the high end brick paviors on the communal entrance, the solid oak internal doors, the German fitted appliances in the kitchen/breakfast and utility rooms etc. Time and care had clearly been taken with the development which is rare in this day and age.”
“Barley Mews is the ideal home. A modern, spacious, and well-designed house in the middle of a village with a real community and great facilities. The houses have real character and don’t feel anything like the stereotypical ‘new build’. We love the house and are really enjoying our life here.”
“We felt, unlike a lot of the other mainstream developers, that Enterprise really listened to our requirements in terms of space, layout and our budget limitations. They didn’t do a sales pitch on us – they really seemed to have our best interests at heart… The location suited us well. There are excellent rail links to Cambridge and London and the station is right next to the development! We went to a couple of the pubs and walked around the village and it had a nice relaxed feel to it.”
“I saw Barley Mews going up and was interested straight away, so I visited a few other Enterprise Property Group developments to get a feel for the style and specification, and I was delighted by what I saw. It felt safe even though I couldn’t yet see the finished product, because I knew exactly what I was going to get.”
“I had been keeping an eye out for several years but properties in Great Chesterford don’t change hands very often, so nothing suitable had come up. Then I heard about Thorpe Lea. The location was right for me, close to the centre of the village, plus it’s detached and has a manageable garden which suits me perfectly…
Enterprise Property Group have a good reputation locally and I’m pleased to say all the staff have been extremely helpful.”
“We’re thrilled with our new house. It feels like a ‘one off’, which is rare to find with new homes these days. We love the mix of contemporary and arts and craft design to the rear elevation, which blend seamlessly. Catering will be easy too with the huge family kitchen/diner for every day and the formal dining room for the big occasions. The internal space flows really beautifully and a lot of attention has been paid to the aspect too, which means the house feels very light and sunny, even in winter.”
An attractive semi-detached three bedroom home in an idyllic village location on the beautiful Essex/Suffolk borders. Priced at £499,500.