Telereal Trillium launches new apartments in Aldershot
The brand new development in the heart of Aldershot will provide 32 modern one and two bedroom apartments consisting of a wide range of layouts, set across two blocks. Designed with great attention to detail, the development offers high-specification apartments with contemporary fittings and facilities. Residents will benefit from 54 off road parking spaces, bicycle storage and private gardens. Prices start from £192,500 and buyers will be eligible for the government-backed Help to Buy scheme. With Help to Buy, an apartment can be secured with only a five per cent deposit from £9,625.
Located on Ordnance Road, the development is within walking distance from Aldershot Town Centre and close to excellent transport links – the Railway Station is a five minute walk and connects the town to London Waterloo in just 47 minutes, as well as easy access to Guildford in 17 minutes and nearby Farnborough Airport. The surrounding areas offer plenty of recreational facilities.
Alder Quarter has an important role in the regeneration of the town centre that is known for its rich history. The development retains the heritage of the Army town, while providing modern new homes to the next generations.
Duncan Brisbane, Development Director at Telereal Trillium said:
“We are delighted to launch our latest residential development in Aldershot and are pleased that the development has already received significant interest with 30% of the apartments sold within 2 weeks of launching. There is clearly demand for good quality housing in the area and we expect the apartments to continue to be very popular with buyers looking for a quality home in a sought after area with great transport links.
The Council’s £300m commitment to regenerating Aldershot and Farnborough town centres offers great potential and with the Help to Buy scheme, the starting price deposits offer very affordable opportunities for first time buyers.”
The show home is now available for viewing and the first homes are due to be completed in April 2019. Visit the Alder Quarter website for more information.