Amara Property secures one GBP56m in sales in two months

London developer, Amara Property, has reported that its latest residential development, Little Saddles, has sold half of its available homes just two months since launching onto the market. 

Ranging in price from GBP950,000 to GBP1.35 million, the boutique collection of eight luxury four-bedroom detached and semi-detached houses have sold to young families looking for a spacious home within easy reach of central London.
Following successive lockdowns, there has been an increase in demand for larger homes with expansive gardens. To date, over half of all enquiries have focused on the expansive gardens on offer, as well as the spacious interiors that offer flexibility.
Lee Martin, at imagine land & new homes, the lead sales agents for Little Saddles, says: “Since we officially launched Little Saddles we have had a lot of interest and enquiries, especially from young families and downsizers. Two of the most popular features of the homes have been the large gardens and the gated community aspect, providing buyers with much sought-after outside space and a sense of privacy and exclusivity. After a fast start, we expect the remaining homes to go quickly.”
Rutu Buddhdev, Managing Director at Amara Property, says: “We couldn’t be happier with the sales progress at Little Saddles. We wanted to design homes with a genuine sense of individuality and character and to receive such a positive response is testament to that. We always thought these homes would attract families looking for a high specification property in a coveted location, so for that to come true is encouraging and we can’t wait to welcome new purchasers to our new community.”
Located just off Radlett Lane, Little Saddles is on the outskirts of Shenley, a picturesque village in Hertfordshire, just under an hour from central London. Close to the development are some of the country’s finest Primary and Secondary Schools with the renowned old Manor Lodge and Haberdasher’s Aske’s Boys Schools are located just a stone’s throw away.