Oakford Homes’ latest development set in one of the 'Best Places to Live in the South East'

 

Oakford Homes has just started construction on their latest development of 17 two and three bedroom houses in Midhurst.  

The historic town appears on this year’s list of Best Places to live in the South East according to The Sunday Times and with the home of British polo on the doorstep at Cowdray Park, these homes at ‘Cowdray Mews’ should prove popular with buyers looking to live in the heart of Midhurst.

Chris Coates, managing director of Oakford Homes, said: “We are delighted to have the privilege of providing what will be a collection of very special homes in this unique scheme in Midhurst, which thoroughly deserves its recent recognition as one of the best places to live. 

“Following the success of our other West Sussex developments including 31 homes at Oakford Park in Halnaker, we will once again be using the high quality treatments of stone, flint and brick elevations under slate roofs for these houses which have been designed specifically for this setting, adjoins listed buildings.”

Gilbert Hannam had gifted the existing property on the site to the Midhurst Grammar school and Oakford Homes acquired the site of 0.85 acres from the trustees of the Gilbert Hannam Education Foundation.  

’Cowdray Mews’ now comprises 11 private and six affordable homes with parking and a pathway through to the High Street. The show home is due to open towards the end of the summer with first completions anticipated in November. To register for further information, contact oakfordhomes.co.uk