- New Build Development - 10 Year NHBC Guarantee
- High Specification Finish
- Vinyl flooring in hall, living/kitchen, bathroom
- Carpets in bedrooms
- Professionally designed kitchens- branded appliances, slimline dishwasher, hot tap.
St. Lawrence House
Named after the iconic St Lawrence Church synonymous with High Wycombe, St. Lawrence House is an exclusive development of apartments constructed by Hester Homes. Hester Homes are a local experienced developer, well known for their precision construction and high quality finish.
The development offers 8, 1 and 2 bedroom properties of varying designs and using modern techniques to create contemporary apartments with the assurance of a 10 year NHBC guarantee.
Each apartment offers something different, whether it be a glass breakfast area, private terrace looking onto Sedum green living roof, or modern kitchen and bathroom with striking appearance, St Lawrence House stands out from the rest of the competition.
High Wycombe is a bustling market town with a lively atmosphere, providing a wide range of shops, restaurants and activities to experience and enjoy. Within the town centre are a host of retail shops, a cinema & bowling complex, along with a range of bars, restaurants and hotels. Bucks New University and the new 'state of art' sports complex at Handy Cross provides the most modern fitness and leisure activities, including an Olympic size swimming pool.
High Wycombe is a key commuter town whereby residents can be in London Marylebone in less than 25 minutes and Birmingham within 94 minutes via Chiltern Railways. Excellent for road commuters with both Junctions 3 and 4 of the M40, providing easy access to the M25, M4 and Heathrow Airport.
Located in the Chiltern Hills, there are many walks and cycle routes nearby that lead to miles of countryside tracks and trails to explore the surrounding area. There are well-respected OFSTED good and outstanding local primary and secondary schools including; Cressex Community School, Wycombe High School, John Hampden Grammar School and The Royal Grammar School. Whilst further education can be found at Buckinghamshire College and Buckinghamshire New University.