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Felixstowe: New Maritime Park close to seafront homes

16:12 04 April 2014

Martello Park, Felixstowe by Bloor Homes

Martello Park, Felixstowe by Bloor Homes


New homes have Felixstowe sea views


Bloor Homes is celebrating success in Felixstowe as the housebuilder looks forward to the opening of the new Maritime Park at the south seafront.

The Maritime Park will be officially opened at a special event today, Friday April 4 by local dignitaries and members of the Bloor Homes Eastern management team.

Stretching along the seafront, the new park has been designed with all members of the public in mind, featuring seating areas, interactive play equipment for children, swathes of grassland perfect for picnicking and two retail kiosks, which has been funded by Bloor Homes as part of this development.

Currently available at Martello Park are a selection of luxury two bedroom apartments, all with fantastic, uninterrupted sea views and currently available from just £215,000. To make the most of the scenery, ground floor apartments have bay windows to the lounge and master bedroom, and apartments located on the first and second floor enjoy Juliet balconies.

There are also a number of three bedroom townhouses available, looking out over the beach or the Maritime Park.

Like the apartments, townhouses come with fully fitted kitchens, contemporary, tiled bathrooms and designated parking for residents.

With two stunning townhouse showhomes available to view at the development, house hunters can see the picture perfect views for themselves and experience what living in a Bloor home at Martello Park would be like.

Sandra Harbord, sales director for Bloor Homes Eastern, said: “We are delighted to be opening the Maritime Park, and to participate in the wider regeneration project, transforming the local area.. We look forward to seeing the residents of Martello Park and the local Felixstowe community enjoying the new facilities.

“We have seen strong demand for the homes on offer at Martello Park and would encourage anyone interested in snapping up their own sea view to come and speak to our sales advisors, as this site is truly unique.”

Martello Park is located in Felixstowe next to the sea front and close to the town centre, with its shops, cafes and attractions.

Martello Park also has good transport links and is easily commutable to surrounding towns, such as Ipswich.

The sales office is open Friday through to Tuesday, from 10am to 5pm. For more information contact 01394 270661 or martellopark@bloorhomes.com


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  • What a pity that this park does not conform to the original brief - as agreed within the planning consent. How much have Bloor Homes paid for 17.6 acres of publicly-owned land?

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