13 Jul HOMEBUILDER’S HULLBRIDGE DEVELOPMENT PROVES PERFECT FOR WEEKEND WALKS
Leading developer Barratt and David Wilson Homes is encouraging keen ramblers to take a look at its High Elms Park development in Hullbridge for the ideal opportunity for picturesque walks amidst the community’s scenic location.
Located on Lower Road, the development is nestled in the sought-after village and bordered to the north by the River Crouch, which means new residents can explore the rural location while remaining close to home.
Hullbridge is host to a great network of footpaths which take walkers along the river or amongst fields depending on which route appeals most – the towpath walks near Hullbridge Yacht Club offer spectacular views across Fambridge and Burnham-on-Crouch.
High Elms Park is not short of green space nearby with local parks including: Marsh Farm Country Park, Hadleigh Park, Bridgemarsh Island, Cherry Orchard Jubilee Country Park and Salvation Army Hadleigh Farm.
Marsh Farm Country Park is also nearby, adjacent to the River Crouch, and the 300 acres of space offer scenic walks with fantastic views and the river – ideal for walking, running, cycling, dog walking and bird watching.
The towns of Hockley and Rayleigh are just a stone’s throw away and provide ample opportunity for residents to explore the towns on their doorstep.
Annette Hurst, Sales Director at Barratt and David Wilson Homes Eastern Counties, said, “The location of High Elms Park is outstanding with green open space available right on residents’ doorsteps.
“Buyers at the development will benefit from the relaxation of semi-rural living and we’re pleased to offer members of this growing community a serene location to settle down in.
“With the best of both worlds here at High Elms Park, we encourage anyone seeking a forever home near useful facilities whilst being located in a countryside setting to get in touch with one of our Sales Advisers to find out more.”
Residents can benefit from healthcare centres, primary schools and nurseries, convenience stores and transport connections just a short distance away; meaning the development can cater for a variety of lifestyle needs.
With a number of riverside cafes to choose from, buyers will be able to enjoy a weekend treat with a view after stopping off at Battlesbridge Antique Centre – showcasing more than 80 antique dealers just off the banks of the River Crouch and an ideal opportunity to hunt out a rare find whilst taking in Battlesbridge’s picturesque location.
Also on the banks of the river is The Anchor pub & restaurant – offering a tranquil destination to unwind and relax with friends. With large decked terraces offering plenty of space for eating outside, residents can enjoy the warmer weather with good food once restrictions are eased.
Barratt Homes currently has a selection of three and four bedroom homes available at High Elms Park, with prices starting from £415,995, whilst David Wilson Homes has four bedroom homes available from £501,995.