Henley Mayor, Councillor Ken Arlett got the chance this week to see the 14 new luxury one and two bedroom apartments which have been built on Gardiner Place (former Market Place Mews).
Ken Arlett said: “Gardiner Place is a positive contribution to the community in Henley. The local area is pleased to see the construction come to life as part of a wider regeneration of the Market Place. The buildings blend within their surroundings and we are pleased with how the scheme has turned out.”
Paula Cardosi, at Savills in Summertown, said: “The apartments at Gardiner Place have been designed to complement a modern lifestyle, attractive to both young professionals and down-sizers alike. Contemporary finishes and stylish fittings have been combined with a natural palette to create a peaceful and versatile space.”
“The apartments offer residents allocated parking and secure entry. The majority also benefit from lift access and private outside space in the form of balconies or large terraces.”
The apartments offer aspirational town centre living. Residing above Market Place Mews which will offer residents of Henley a thriving space in which to meet, shop and socialise.
“The show home launched earlier this month and we have seen a strong level of interest. The market looks set to maintain momentum into the autumn and we anticipate a continued level of demand, as well interest from buyers looking for easier access to the countryside and home working space,” Paula added.
The apartments at Gardiner Place are marketed by Savills with guide prices from £430,000.
Gardiner Place will also have 9 retail units.