New Show Home To View At Ward Homes Trinity Village Development In

Business Renowned regional housebuilder Ward Homes, part of the Barratt Developments group, has taken the wraps off a brand new show home at its major Trinity Village scheme in Bromley, on the Kent/London border. Since the scheme was launched in April 2011, interest from local housebuyers has been high and the new show home is a great introduction to the style and quality of homes on offer. "Trinity Village is diverse collection of beautifully designed quality homes," says Nick Fenton, Managing Director at Ward Homes. "It represents a fantastic opportunity to secure a home in this popular town and we expect a great deal of interest from potential purchasers looking to secure a fantastic home in the area." The ‘Suffolk’ is a spacious family townhouse set out over three storeys, with prices currently starting at £359,995. On the ground floor is a delightful kitchen/breakfast room that adjoins a conservatory that floods the room with natural light, making it a perfect informal area for relaxing and socialising, especially in the summer when the doors to the garden can be flung open. A separate dining room gives another option for formal occasions. The kitchen has a utility room to help keep clutter in the main room to a minimum and there are also a useful cloakroom and shower room. On the first floor is the living room along with a double bedroom that could easily be utilised as a den, studio or study. The top floor accommodates two more double bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom benefits from its own en suite shower room. Trinity Village will eventually feature over 800 new apartments and houses with one to four bedrooms, provided by Ward Homes and its partner Asprey Homes, including some specifically provided for elderly Bromley residents and some new affordable homes. A new medical centre will also feature on the scheme. These new homes in London’s south-eastern suburbs are only 20 minutes’ walk or a short bus ride from Bromley South station, which provides regular services to the City and London Victoria. Other transport links are good: the M25 is only 20 minutes away and both Gatwick and London City Airports around 45 minutes distant. Bromley’s busy town centre is just over a mile away and offers a great choice of shops, cafés and restaurants as well as a four-screen multiplex cinema and the well-known Churchill Theatre. There’s even more choice on hand at nearby Beckenham, Croydon and Lewisham. With a 35-square-mile area of protected parkland within walking distance of these new homes, and the Kent countryside not far away, residents also have ample opportunity to get away from it all. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: