First residents move in to waterside development apartments in Hemel Hempstead
Bellway is providing a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments
The first residents have moved into their apartments at a new homes development set by the Grand Union Canal in Hemel Hempstead.
Bellway’s Apsley Quay development, off Frogmore Road in Apsley, is taking shape and there is now just a final collection of apartments left for sale.
The housebuilder is providing 170 new homes at Apsley Quay, with a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments within the two buildings of Silk Square and Watermark Place, set around podium gardens which enjoy a peaceful canalside setting.
Greg Allsop, Sales and Marketing Director for Bellway North London, said: “This area is in high demand as people search for affordable new homes built to a high specification.
“Apsley Quay ticks all the right boxes for buyers, with plenty of local amenities nearby, a waterfront setting, excellent commuter links to London, and the opportunity to live in a contemporary apartment with a chain-free move.
“Over half of the homes have now sold in the second apartment building, and we’re expecting a great deal of interest on the homes remaining for sale.”
Apsley Quay has been popular with professionals working locally and in London, especially those who are taking their first steps onto the property ladder.
Bellway launched Apsley Quay on-site in October 2019. Watermark Place is the second building at the development with the first homes in this block released for sale early last year.
Greg added: “We are seeing many first-time buyers purchasing a new home at Apsley Quay, as well as lots of people using the Government’s Help to Buy scheme.
“This reflects the need for new housing within Hertfordshire and shows that Bellway is building quality new homes in the right locations to meet this demand.”
There’s a choice of one, two and three-bedroom apartments remaining for sale at Apsley Quay, for more information about Bellway and Apsley Quay, click here, or call 01442 331285.