Award-winning, family-led property development company Beau Property, is bringing its latest development at Hungershall Mews to market. Set to launch in 2023, this private enclave ‘hidden gem’ scheme comprises three beautiful homes set around a stunning courtyard and will be found just off Hungershall Park, one of the most exclusive addresses in Royal Tunbridge Wells.
Surrounded by countryside, but within walking distance of the historic Pantiles and mainline station, this trio of two and three-bedroom mews houses are exceptionally well located and the specification is set to be outstanding too. With dual aspect fires, Crittal doors and show-stopping Principle Bedroom Suites, every interior is meticulously designed by Beau’s own specialist Joss Miller.
Beau Property’s expert team of developers, tradesmen and designers have a proven track record for selecting excellent plots and turning them into superb homes, having most recently wrapped up a fantastic project on Nevill Row which was featured as one of the most lust-worthy properties to buy in The Sunday Times, selling out within a week of its launch with a sizeable waiting list.
Known locally for their commitment to quality design, as well as their careful restoration and refurbishment of interesting and heritage properties, Beau Property’s ambitious team is hoping this latest acquisition will have similar results. They are so confident in Hungershall Mews’ unique proposition and desirability, that they are also this time opting to list and market the homes privately via their own Instagram account @beauproperty. Pricing is set to be between £600,000-£800,000.
Chris Hammond, Founder and Director of Beau Property said: “We enjoy building homes close to our own so that we can have a positive impact on our family and friends’ living environment, whilst also supporting local businesses, tradesmen and communities. Having grown up in Kent, we know the area and many of its best attributes, so are particularly excited to be building within such an aspirational destination as Hungershall Park.
We always try to use our knowledge and network to shape the best developments for both prospective homeowners and locals. Similarly, we would now like to try to use our growing knowledge of our prospective purchasers to see if we are able to market some properties through our own Instagram feed prior to launching to market officially. We understand this is a bold move and recognise just how hard our local agents work, but our feed has rather unexpectedly created a strong pool of interested prospective residents who we have decided we would like to open our properties up to first.”
Recognised by the national Housebuilder Awards and the Tunbridge Wells Civic Society for their quality design and build, Hammond says they are committed to responsibly and beautifully redeveloping homes across the South East. They ensure open engagement throughout projects and look to help local communities too, such as recently sponsoring a Hospice in the Weald Event and donating to a local primary school. In terms of environmental responsibility, they are also committed to undertaking assessments and putting in place specialist ecological enhancement plans.