THE final apartments at Brunswick Square, the Berkeley Homes development in the heart of Orpington’s town centre, will go on sale this month.
More than 70 per cent of the scheme - set in the town’s former police station - has been sold. It comprises 83 contemporary apartments, each with individually designed kitchens and open-plan living space, as well as balconies, terraces or winter gardens.
Berkeley said this was the last chance to invest in an area that has seen house price growth of 20 per cent over the last three years.
As well as the residential offering, Brunswick Square will feature a ground floor NHS Health and Wellbeing Centre, a new café and retail space.
Karrina Oki, sales and marketing director at Berkeley Homes, says: “As we near the completion of the rejuvenated town centre, it is a particularly exciting time for Orpington.
“The final collection of apartments at Brunswick Square offers buyers the chance to live in the heart of the town, or a unique investment opportunity. With its convenient central location, residents really can enjoy the best of both worlds, neighbouring Kent’s rolling countryside, whilst also offering the luxury of London, accessible in under 20 minutes.”
Prices start at £335,000 for a one-bedroom apartment, with Help to Buy available on select apartments. For details, visit www.brunswicksq.co.uk or call 01689 669066.