Development details


£499,950 - £995,000

Pavilion Park

2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties
East Molesey, Surrey

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More information about Pavilion Park...

Pavilion Park - 12 x Three and four bedroom houses and 8 x one and two bedroom apartments in an open parkland adjacent to the Pavilion Club built by Langham Homes.

Pavilion Park is an outstanding mix of 12 three and four bedroom houses and 8 one and two bedroom apartments, each beautifully designed and finished both inside and out.

With its traditional architectural style, open spaces and community facilities, Pavilion Park will breathe new life into a previously under utilised area of land, as well as creating a fantastic environment for families and residents. The design and layout of the overall scheme has been carefully planned to create a natural and welcoming parkland approach leading to the gated entrance, framed by the apartment buildings. The homes offer excellent privacy with neighbouring residential properties or open fields to the south and east, with the Pavilion Club forming the northern edge.

Every Langham Homes' property is completed to an exceptionally high standard. Attention to detail and practical consideration ensures fittings, finishes and technology combine for the ultimate in contemporary lifestyle.

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