- Conversion development in Southend-on-Sea
- 108 apartments comprising of studio, 1-2 beds
- Immediate access to Victoria Train Station
- Price range £129,995-£259,995
- Estimated completion: Q4 2019
- 5% reservation deposit
Set within the 25,000 sq ft mixed-use Victoria Shopping Centre (VSC), Chartwell Plaza is perfectly positioned to enjoy the vast range of amenities and transport links on the doorstep.
As part of the Better Southend Initiative, the seafront enjoyed a £25 million face lift recently, welcoming a more cosmopolitan look and feel to the esplanade, extensive beach front upgrades and pavement and road extensions. Southend Airport has seen a further £100 million investment, including a new terminal and train station, and now offering flights to a number of European destinations.
Each apartment has been carefully designed to offer practical, yet beautiful layouts that suit everyday life. Anti-slip vinyl or wood veneer flooring, custom built kitchens, integral appliances and stylish bathroom suites come as standard, offering homes with style, luxury and comfort.
There are three payment options currently open to investors who wish to take advantage of this fantastic development project, including a monthly & mortgage payment plan, a no-mortgage plan and a quarterly payments plan.
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Southend-on-Sea is a resort town on the Thames Estuary in Essex, southeast England. The long Southend Pier is serviced by a small train and has a museum at its shore end. Nearby, Adventure Island is an amusement park with fairground rides and water slides. The Cliff Lift, a century-old funicular, clings to the hillside and offers coastal views. Sea Life Adventure aquarium is home to otters, clownfish and turtles.
Southend’s economy is founded on sterner stuff than sand. HMRC are major employers in the area, the central VAT offices are located here and it’s a hub for card services. As well as a thriving tourist industry, Southend is seeing massive growth in aviation and medical technology. A three-way local partnership including Anglia Ruskin University is developing new employment space adjacent to the airport to support the medical technology sector. The wider site has potential to provide for over 7,000 jobs. This builds upon the longstanding presence of Olympus KeyMed and Southend University Hospital. Advanced engineering within the aviation maintenance repair and overhaul area is growing due to recent airport investment.