Buyers keen to catch new homes at former railway station in Sutton Scotney
Homebuyers keen to secure a new apartment in the village of Sutton Scotney have been quick to secure a home at Old Station Park, a new development of apartments and soon to launch houses on the outskirts of Winchester, from award-winning Metis Homes.
Lack of similar new build homes in the area have been cited as one of the main reasons homebuyers have been keen to secure a property here. Only three of the eight apartments available now remain for sale, including one, one-bedroom and two, two-bedroom apartments. A selection of three, four and five bedroom houses are due to launch in the coming weeks.
Occupying what was once the yard of Sutton Scotney station, originally part of the Great Western Railway network, Old Station Park is surrounded by beautiful countryside and within easy reach of Winchester, Andover and Basingstoke. Designed to Metis Homes’ award-winning quality standards to ensure every comfort and convenience, these attractive homes offer the best of city and country living.
The apartments at Old Station Park boast ample living and storage space, offering spacious bathrooms as well as a large open-plan kitchen and living space. All three apartments are available with Help to Buy and start at £200,000.
Adam O’Brien, Managing Director of Metis Homes, commented: “Sutton Scotney is a thriving village so it’s no wonder people want to live here. Being just north of Winchester, which is often rated as one of the best places to live in the UK, Sutton Scotney is able to offer more value for money yet retains great access to the city. At Old Station Park, we have something for everyone, from one-bedroom apartments to five bedroom houses.
Being close to the A34, residents will benefit from great road links to other local destinations including Southampton, Portsmouth, Basingstoke, Andover and further afield. A choice of rail services from Winchester or Micheldever provide fast journey times to Waterloo or 61 minutes and 64 minutes respectively.