Half of properties at new Colney Heath development now sold

PUBLISHED: 07:24 28 February 2018 | UPDATED: 15:01 28 February 2018

Field View, Roestock Lane, Colney Heath

Field View, Roestock Lane, Colney Heath


Three of the six properties at the new Field View development in Colney Heath are already under offer.

The remaining properties are for sale with a guide price of £750,000The remaining properties are for sale with a guide price of £750,000

The collection of four three-bed detached and two two-bed semi-detached homes is located on Roestock Lane.

Both two-bed properties, priced at £495,000, and one of the three-beds, priced at £750,000, are under offer.

Built by Jarvis Homes and marketed by Putterills, the properties benefit from south-westerly gardens with views over open countryside.

And potential buyers can make the most of the latest home viewing technology to take a tour of the three-bed show home.

Putterills managing director Mark Shearing said: “It’s widely considered to be the future of property marketing and we’re delighted that we’ve got a really good product that works very well. It’s like using Google Maps but it gives you a complete tour of the house, you can see up, down, sideways, the whole lot.

“It’s a great way of looking round a place. People are not viewing stuff that isn’t appropriate for them but equally when they see something they like they’re already keen before they walk through the door and from a seller’s point of view it means they’re not getting time wasters.”

For more information, contact Putterills’ New Homes office on 01462 453195 or newhomes@putterills.co.uk.

To take a virtual tour of the Field View show home, follow this link: https://app.immoviewer.com/portal/tour/1164437

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