To celebrate Testimonial Tuesday and our brand-new campaign, Move in March with Millwood, we take a look at what our current residents have to say about their beautiful new homes. ...
Millwood Designer Homes
New Homes With Character
Millwood Designer Homes is an award-winning UK developer with an established reputation throughout the South East for its masterful interpretation of local vernacular architecture, especially its Wealden Hall House styles. We build a broad range of individually designed homes from contemporary style apartments, to more traditional two and three storey homes.
At Millwood, we are continually seeking and identifying new land opportunities in sought-after strategic areas, to allow us to create new luxury homes and properties, and continue to offer our purchasers the ultimate in quality, style, comfort, practicality, innovation and beauty. We are renowned for our attention to detail and for producing designer new homes that sit very comfortably in their surroundings, complementing and enhancing the area.
Our current new homes in Kent, Surrey and Sussex combine practical features, innovative design and stylish finishes. Whether it is an ultra-modern apartment in a town centre, or a traditional style executive home in the country, a Millwood home is always distinctive and desirable. Now, privately owned by Places for People, the passion behind Millwood remains the same and is demonstrated through traditional design, excellent skill and meticulous attention to detail.
If you are looking to buy your dream home, have a browse through our forthcoming developments, all designed to the highest specification, or for more insight into our position in the house-building industry, read our latest blog posts.
“It seemed a natural choice to invest in such a unique, high quality home, an opportunity I could not resist.”
“Millwood has been superb from start from finish. The build quality is excellent!”
“It’s like owning the most beautiful old home, though with all the latest innovations and none of the problems”