Introducing Angmering’s new development a collection of stylish homes in a leafy setting

New development Cresswell Park, is located off Roundstone Lane in Angmering. The collection of one and two bedroom apartments and two, three, four and five bedroom homes will be located in a beautiful leafy setting, centred around an attractive green with open spaces and a children’s play area. Charming and characterful, Angmering lies a few miles between the popular beach resort towns of Littlehampton and Worthing in West Sussex.

Nicki Dennis, regional sales and marketing director for CALA Homes (South Home Counties), said: “This popular development really does tick all the boxes – high quality, well designed homes in a semi-rural location with good local amenities, schools and convenient transport links. There’s something to suit all needs and lifestyles and with incentives such as Help to Buy and our popular Part Exchange service, moving to your dream new home could be easier and more affordable than you think.”

The team at our Rustington Branch have been instructed to sell the properties on behalf of CALA Homes and interest has been high, with buyers quickly snapping up the initial properties recently released. Richard Heppenstall, director at Michael Jones said: “We are pleased to be working with CALA Homes and this development gives buyers the opportunity to own a fantastic, quality home in this picturesque Angmering village. CALA Homes are known for their exceptional quality and we strongly recommend a viewing of the new stunning show home.”


Featured property

Plot 32 is a striking and spacious 4 bedroom, three storey detached family home with garage. It features open plan living space, bay windows and an en-suite master bedroom with dressing room and terrace.

Priced at £510,000, the property is available with stamp duty paid (£15,500).

Full details of our featured property can be found here

To book a viewing, or for further information please contact our Rustington branch on 01903 850850.

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