The detached Wellingtonia’s distinctive and impressive L-shaped design includes spacious accommodation throughout.
This substantial 2 storey, 5 bedroom home provides superb family accommodation, offering flexible open-plan living space alongside a separate formal lounge and a study.
The distinctive and impressive L-shaped design belies the very modern interior with flowing rooms to enhance the space; ideal for larger families and those that like to entertain.
Starting from the welcoming entrance, the hall provides direct access to your lounge, open-plan kitchen with dining and family areas, separate study and handy WC.
Your open-plan kitchen/dining/family area is impressive and features French doors leading out into the west facing garden. The kitchen boasts a range of fitted units and includes integrated appliances, LED downlights and under-pelmet lighting as standard. Your separate utility provides further units and also benefits from access to the garden and your integral garage.
Across the hall you’ll find your study, which provides privacy making it the ideal space for those working from home. The convenient downstairs cloakroom is located off the hallway and completes your ground floor.
Upstairs you will find three double bedrooms. Your spacious main bedroom features an en suite shower and a walk-in dressing room area. Bedroom 2 also benefits from an en suite shower room. Two further single bedrooms can be found of the landing and your main family bathroom featuring both a bath and separate shower completes your home.
YOUR NEW HOME INCLUDES STANDARD FLOORING THROUGHOUT, TURF TO YOUR REAR GARDEN AND SOLAR PANELS AS STANDARD
SAVE ON YOUR ENERGY BILLS
Did you know you could SAVE OVER £167* per month on your energy bill when buying a new home?
*The Home Builders Federation (HBF)‘s latest report – Watt a Save – has quantified this. The report’s findings show that new build homes save residents an average of £2,000 a year on energy bills – this is even more if you look at just houses rather than include flats and bungalows. The report also suggests that fewer than four per cent of existing dwellings can match the EPC B rating or higher that new builds, Allison Homes included, commonly achieve.