Launch of Hayfield Place will deliver 105 luxury homes to Silsoe, Bedfordshire

A new development of 105 luxury homes is being brought to the market by multi award-winning developer Hayfield in the historic Bedfordshire village of Silsoe.

Located off Silsoe High Street, the 14-acre development will feature new public footpaths, a balancing pond, a biodiversity corridor that will run across the site, and a new section of bridleway and cycle route will be created to connect the scheme into the local Bedfordshire footpath network. Hayfield is currently registering all interested parties for the two to five-bedroom homes in preparation for the launch of the development and show home opening this autumn.

The new homes will be constructed in red and buff brick and render with a luxurious specification that is unmatched in the area. Hayfield Place has been designed to reflect architectural styles from Silsoe village, weaving in local materials and detailing. Construction work is underway and the first batch of homes will be available for occupation in early 2020.

The specification of the family homes will include underfloor heating, designer Laufen bathrooms, Minoli ceramic tiles, Hammonds fitted wardrobes, Farrow & Ball paint, heritage bronze door furniture, bi-fold doors, and bespoke kitchens designed by Manor Interiors. A range of integrated appliances will be included in the kitchens as standard, including multifunctional ovens, an induction hob and an instant hot tap. Hayfield’s homes are significantly bigger than the average new home, creating spacious room dimensions. The variety of home designs enables purchasers to choose from modern open-plan layouts or more traditional designs. 

Kelly Sharman, Sales and Marketing Director for Hayfield said: “We are thrilled about the upcoming launch of Hayfield Place as it will be our first development in Bedfordshire. This is a county that has seen a lot of new development in recent times, but the build quality and fixtures and fittings can be underwhelming for discerning house hunters.

“Hayfield has made a name for itself in Oxfordshire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire and won a number of significant national awards in the process. We are excited about letting the market see what makes us so different and helping to meet the pent-up demand in the area for luxury family homes.”

The idyllic village of Silsoe has a range of amenities, high quality schooling and recreation facilities and is an ideal spot for commuting by car or train. The nearby towns have a wealth of employment opportunities, but this development will also be appealing to those working in Milton Keynes, Oxfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Greater London.

Hayfield handed over the keys for the 100th house it completed on earlier this year. The company’s first two developments are fully sold out; Hayfield Chase in Tiddington, Stratford-upon Avon, which comprises 32 homes and Tiddington Home Guard Club; and Hayfield Views in Great Bourton, Oxfordshire, comprising 43 homes and development of The Bourtons Community Hall.

The flagship Hayfields site in Southmoor, Oxfordshire, which launched in June 2018 comprises 74 luxury homes. Hayfield Meadow in Hallow, Worcestershire launched in July 2018 with 65 family homes and bungalows. Earlier this year, Hayfield Grange in the small market town of Southam in Warwickshire launched, comprising 51 two to four-bedroom homes.

Hayfield is making preparations for the launch of Hayfield Green in Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire, which will bring new life to a former disused RAF WWII airfield that is steeped in rich history. 66 homes will be developed at the 21-acre site, which will incorporate a mix of new build and refurbished properties. 

Hayfield has won three Pride in the Job NHBC Awards. It was recognised as one of the Best Small Housebuilders in the 2018 WhatHouse? Awards and scooped the prize for Best Family Home under £750,000 at the 2019 Evening Standard New Homes Awards.

To register your interest in Hayfield Place, please visit: https://www.hayfieldhomes.co.uk/enquiries

Lottie Crossley