This month, Crest Nicholson welcomed the first residents to its Campbell Wharf development, situated on the Grand Union Canal in Milton Keynes. The sun was shining as the first 28 residents, including the first people to view the development and reserve the first home at the launch event in April, moved into the first phase of Campbell Wharf.
The first residents at Campbell Wharf have moved into Canal House and Wharf View, which form the first phase of release at the development. Union Court, the latest release, is available for purchase now. When complete, Campbell Wharf will comprise 383 new homes, including 51 houses and 332 apartments. As the first residential development situated on the Grand Union Canal, residents benefit from easy access to the town centre, as well as plenty of green open spaces, and views over the water towards boats moored in the brand-new marina.
Delivered by Crest Nicholson ahead of the first homes, the 111-berth Campbell Wharf Marina provides the perfect view for new residents and visitors to the development. Now run by Land and Water Estates, the waterside setting is being enjoyed by those moored in the marina and those now living at Campbell Wharf.
Strategically located fifteen minutes from Milton Keynes Central, new residents of Campbell Wharf can enjoy its host of restaurants and amenities, a cinema, and many more local attractions. Residents will be also be enjoying swift access to central Milton Keynes within fifteen minutes, or looking further afield, London Euston within an hour.
Marcus Evans, Sales & Marketing Director at Crest Nicholson Regeneration, commented: “We were pleased to welcome the first ever Campbell Wharf residents to our canal-side setting in Milton Keynes. With views across the marina and surrounding countryside, we’re looking forward to seeing the Campbell Wharf community continue to flourish and come to life.”
One and two bedroom apartments are now available to purchase at Campbell Wharf, starting from £225,000. There is also only one penthouse apartment remaining in the first release, which benefits from sweeping views of the marina and surrounding landscape.