A Sainsbury's store is set to open at Taylor Wimpey's Crookham Park community in Church Crookham, Hampshire.
Supermarket chain Sainsbury's has become the first retailer to commit to opening a store at Taylor Wimpey's new Crookham Park development in Church Crookham, Hampshire.
A Sainsbury's Local convenience store is scheduled to open in autumn 2013 at the development in Church Crookham.
The store will stock a wide range of Sainsbury's products, providing Church Crookham property owners with a handy opportunity to top up their weekly shop. A 40 space car park will serve the convenience shop, plus any future stores which open at Crookham Park's local shopping centre.
There is currently a wide range of new properties for sale in Church Crookham, at Queensacre and Hightrees by Taylor Wimpey.
Tim Betts, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey in west London, says: "We are delighted to announce such a high profile and trusted high street name as the first retailer to commit to Crookham Park.
"The decision to open a store here is a sure sign that Sainsbury's shares our view that Crookham Park is shaping up to be an incredibly popular new sustainable community."
Sarah Pasco, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey in south west Thames, says: "We are convinced that the arrival of such a big name will make other retailers aware of the fantastic potential Crookham Park offers them, and will also help to attract even more savvy buyers to this wonderful new community in the heart of the Hampshire countryside."
A spokesperson for Sainsbury's adds: "We are excited at the prospect of our new convenience shop at Crookham Park. The new development will provide a vibrant community which we look forward to being part of."
The deal to bring Sainsbury's to Crookham Park was overseen by real estate advisors Vail Williams, acting on behalf of Taylor Wimpey. Vail Williams is also responsible for marketing the other retail units available at the development.
One bedroom apartments are currently available at Queensacre from as little as £168,000 and two bedroom apartments from just £205,000, while three bedroom properties are on sale from only £260,000 and four bedroom houses from £360,000.
Three and four bedroom houses are priced from just £320,000 and £460,000 respectively at Hightrees.
Crookham Park enjoys a convenient and peaceful location in Church Crookham, and a wealth of community amenities will be created at the development alongside the new homes.
Surrounded by woodland and open countryside, the new homes are also within easy reach of Church Crookham's range of amenities for everyday needs, including shops, pubs and a well-regarded infant and junior school.
Fleet railway station provides regular services to London Waterloo in under an hour, while the M3 is just four miles from home, putting the M25, Southampton and Portsmouth all within easy reach.
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