SANDSTONES GETS THE GREEN LIGHT!
Lusso Homes receives some very exciting news…..
Planning permission. Two words that send a chill down every property developer’s spine. But, no such quandary for us at Lusso Homes. As an established, Weybridge based luxury residential development company we are used to negotiating and obtaining planning permissions but still, each time we get the green light on a project it’s cause for celebration. We have just received the go ahead to build three beautifully designed and specified executive homes ideally situated just yards from the centre of Oxshott Village, Surrey.
A short stroll to local schools, shops, pubs, restaurants and notably Oxshott railway station (London Waterloo in appx 35 minutes), each Home will feature 5 bedrooms, 3 bath/shower rooms, under floor heating throughout, luxuriously appointed bathrooms and fully integrated kitchen.
Building commences in September and Lusso Homes Director Neil Jones can now start to discuss off plan reservations with buyers who would like to enjoy the numerous benefits of making choices over the final layout and finishes.
These houses will be priced from £1,500,000.
In addition to these three new luxury homes, the development also boasts an existing 1960’s detached property in need of modernisation. Lusso Homes has received full planning permission to extend and completely refurbish this property, creating a highly sought after bespoke family home right in the heart of Oxshott. Historically Lusso Homes have not undertaken small refurbishment projects, so this is an ideal opportunity for an external property developer or end user to take on the project themselves.
The proposed works will create a spacious, executive property providing 5 bedrooms, 3 reception rooms, an open plan kitchen/family room and extensive front and landscaped rear gardens. The final property will exceed 3,000sq feet. The property is available immediately for £1,295,000 and local agents are advising that the extended and refinished property would be worth in the region of £1,800,000. So, there is scope for a very healthy mark up on this lucrative project…..
Written by Sam Dennis.