BUYERS looking for a family house should check out an upmarket cul-de-sac development on the edge of Maidenhead.

Last weekend Vanderbilt Homes unveiled a designer home to showcase the collection of nine houses being built at Bellworthy Close off Braywick Road.

Purchasers have a choice of detached and semis and two and three storey styles.

Each house has a good sized garden and a drive with space for at least two cars.

Vanderbilt sales and marketing director Helen Colman says the size of the properties and the position are perfect for families.

“They’re just a few minutes’ walk from Maidenhead Station and only half a mile from Maidenhead town centre which is undergoing significant regeneration.

“The new development will be close to the wide range of new shops and leisure facilities that are central to the scheme and of course there have always been excellent schools in the area.”

The sales boss added: “Maidenhead is a perfect example of a historic town which is fast becoming one of the most popular choices for buyers in the Home Counties.

“Trains reach Paddington and Liverpool Street stations is as little as 20 minutes and 46 minutes respectively and it only takes 23 minutes to get to Heathrow yet the town is surrounded by countryside, it’s on the river and a couple of miles down the road in the village of Bray are two of only five restaurants in the country with Three Michelin Stars - Michel and Alain Roux’s Waterside Inn and Heston Blumenthal’s Fat Duck,.”

Four bedroom houses are from £925,000.