By Thomas Homes on 01/07/2014

Just five properties now remain at the unique development of the historic Fair Mile building at Cholsey Meadows, in 100 acres of parkland near the River Thames in Oxfordshire.

Sales at the landmark development of a magnificent Victorian former hospital building at Wallingford have so exceeded expectations that the entire scheme is expected to be sold six months earlier than planned.

Karen Mole of Savills, who has been involved in the sales and marketing from its launch in late 2011, is not surprised by this outcome. She said: “This development by Thomas Homes is a very attractive alternative to new homes on the market at present. Thome Homes has created a unique community of  apartments and houses, and is part of the Fair Mile Community Trust which keeps residents and the local community involved in the development.”

Thomas Homes has converted the extensive former Fair Mile Hospital site to provide 94 homes, community
buildings and recreational amenities for its residents and the community.

The final phase of properties has been released for sale ahead of schedule and 50 per cent of those are already reserved. Construction is expected to be completed by October of this year.

The five remaining properties are three two bedroom apartments, one three bedroom house, and one four bedroom house.

Karen Mole added: “These remaining properties are particularly attractive. Two of the apartments have their own gardens, and the houses also have private gardens. The apartments are very spacious, and the houses are arranged over two floors and have quite different internal layouts and double bedrooms.”

Thomas Homes has won several awards for the Fair Mile conversion, including the Premier Guarantee Excellence Award and Regional Winner for Refurbishment/Conversion development of the year.

For further information or to arrange a viewing of the remaining properties please call the Thomas Homes sales office at Fair Mile, open 7 days a week, on 01491 652 515.

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