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3 October 2022

Show House Opens In Bishop’s Stortford

Housebuilder Stonebond has unveiled a new, characterful show home at its Stableford Green development.

Stableford Green is a collection of one- and two-bedroom bungalows and two-, three- and four-bedroom houses that could be ideal for those looking for a balance of town and country living. To help house-hunters envision the life one of these properties could offer them, Abode Interior Design have breathed colour and life into a four-bedroom show home, now open for viewing.

Annette Cole, sales and marketing director at Stonebond, commented: “Since launching Stableford Green, we have had a flurry of enquiries so we are delighted to now have a spectacular show home for potential buyers to see. The design of the home reflects the overall style of the wider development and takes into account the local architecture. We have limited plots remaining, so we encourage those who are interested to book their viewing soon to avoid disappointment.”

Stableford Green show home

Situated a stone’s throw from the bustling market town of Bishop’s Stortford, residents will benefit from all the advantages of country and town living. The town itself has an impressive array of shops, amenities and leisure facilities, and the district has a range of highly regarded state and private schools, such as Hertfordshire & Essex High School and Science College, rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted.

Transport connections are also excellent. By road, London Stansted Airport can be reached in just 15 minutes, and within a comfortable 45 minutes residents can reach Chelmsford, London and Cambridge. By rail, direct services run to London every ten minutes from nearby Bishop’s Stortford station, arriving at London Liverpool Street in just 38 minutes.

In the surrounding area are many nature reserves, including the National Trust’s Hatfield Forest, and numerous historical sites such as the medieval ruins at Waytemore Castle, and, a little further afield but easily accessible by road, the Jacobean mansion at Audley End House and Park.

Posted to by Keith Osborne

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