The second phase of the Cane Hill Park development has been launched.
A collection of 75 new, three, four and five-bedroom homes is being made available at the development that sits on top of a hill overlooking the town of Coulsdon in the London Borough of Croydon. Natalie Perry, Sales and Marketing Director at Barratt David Wilson Homes said: “Combining a sought-after location with the latest in modern design, these homes really are a special purchase. With 85% of the properties in the first phase sold already, there’s a genuine sense of community taking shape at Cane Hill Park and we’re expecting these new homes to prove really popular with families looking for a well-designed home in a highly attractive setting.”
The Cane Hill Park development was built on land which has been unused since the closure of the Cane Hill hospital 25 years ago. Elements of the historic hospital site, which featured on the US cover of David Bowie’s seminal album The Man Who Sold the World after his half-brother Terry was admitted there, have been preserved and incorporated into the new design. This second phase includes some of the houses that are closest to these heritage features such as a restored water tower.