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The new homes at Breakspeare Place are almost ready for their first residents. T


NEW „MINI NEIGHBOURHOOD‟ NEARS COMPLETION The buildings got a thumbs up from local


he former site of The Breakspeare pub in School Mead is nearing the end of its


transformation into 13 new houses. The pub called last orders on May 10 2010 and


a year on the homes which took its place are nearing completion. Estate agents, Preston Bennett New Homes,


said: “This is an eye-pleasing „mini- neighbourhood‟ of 13 two and three-bedroom houses from Abbey New Homes. “It‟s opposite the attractive open green space of


School Mead and we believe is a very welcome addition to this thriving Hertfordshire village. “The homes at Breakspeare Place are set in a


quiet private close and provide well-designed accommodation to suit professionals and growing families.” A new show home will shortly open giving


potential buyers an idea of what living at Breakspeare Place will be like. Each house has allocated off-street parking


with some visitor spaces and the rear gardens will be turfed. The developers confirmed that three of the homes have already been sold „off plan‟.


The development replaces the former Breakspeare pub which closed last year.


resident Simon Leeming. He said: “Let‟s face it having some nice new homes there is better than a pub which I thought caused an element of anti- social behaviour. ”I live near the homes and they look nice and I


personally think it‟s a positive thing for the area.”


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