A development of four and five bedroom prestigious family homes. Every property is individually designed to reflect its village location, with a mix of traditional red brick, white weatherboarding and slate roof tiles. Each offers spacious, flexible accommodation, incorporating either a kitchen/breakfast room or kitchen/family room with doors opening to the garden, a separate dining room and lounge, utility room, cloakroom and study.
Located in East Farleigh which benefits from a church and popular public house and within easy reach of excellent shopping facilities in the neighbouring village of Coxheath as well as the new Fremlin Walk in Maidstone.
Nina Frigenti Place,
A select development of just 14 new homes, comprising of 9 two bedroom apartments, 4 four bedroom houses and 1 five bedroom house.
The homes at Nina Frigenti Place enjoy all the benefits of being located on the outskirts of Maidstone, the county town of Kent. Maidstone has it all: with a thriving business community, a flourishing shopping centre, a full range of leisure facilities, history, culture and easy access to the motorway network.
Hoo St. Werburgh
A development of twenty five homes, consisting of 5 two bedroom apartments and 20 three, four and five bedroom houses.
Situated in Hoo, St. Werburgh in the home county of Kent, The Spires has excellent road links to both the coast, London, Bluewater and Eurostar station at Ebbsfleet. A frequent rail service to London is available nearby, with journey times of less than an hour. The Channel Tunnel and Eurostar are also within easy reach providing links to mainland Europe. There is an enviable selection of schools within the area including six grammar schools.
Set within the historic boundaries of Monmouthshire, Griffithstown consists of 4 one bedroom and four two bedroom apartments, plus a mixture of two, three and four bedroom houses.
Purchased from Torfaen County Borough Council, planning and access was gained to enable the re-development of the old Foundry Cottages. As a part of the project, a local area for play will be designed and developed for residents and local use.
Old Town Dock,
The site was purchased and progressed to planning to deliver 288 mixed units. Phase one is a modern development of 24 two and three bedroom houses and 21 flats, built for POBL, a Welsh affordable home provider.
The Old Town Dock development sits on a 13 acre site and lies to the south of the city, less than one mile to the Friars Walk shopping centre. The site sees an important urban regeneration project of a major undeveloped area. The development involved overcoming certain technical challenges, including reclamation and remediation of the docks.
An exciting £3.7m regeneration of the former Pontymoile Primary School for the Bron Afon housing association. Located within the boudries of Pontymoile, the development has been designed with key objectives to deliver a safe, characterful community that feels established and secure. Within walking distance of local pubs and restaurants. Cwmbran is less than five miles away.
The development is built in a mix of styles creating a vibrant community feel and creating it’s own sense of space. All built to the quality and environmental standards that underpin all Corinthian Homes Group developments. The development is well served by road, rail and ocal bus routes and only 20 minutes to the M4.