Three-bed or four-bed? Versatile design permits either

16th October 2018

Kitchens like this one await buyers of the new homes at Richmond Grove in Mangotsfield

For a lesson in innovative house design, a visit to a former primary school in Mangotsfield will give home-hunters food for thought.

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Prices, which include parking spaces and gardens turfed and fenced with an external water tap, start at £345,000 with a no-hidden-extras guarantee.

Displays in the new marketing suite on Cotswold Homes’ Richmond Grove development of 13 townhouses taking shape on the site of the former Primary School in Richmond Road reveal the versatility of the new homes.

In each home the front door opens on to a spacious ‘wow-factor’ family room the width of the house. The kitchen-dining suite at the rear features French doors which flood the room with natural light and provide easy access to the garden for al fresco dining.

Overlooking the garden is a first-floor master bedroom with an en suite, fitted wardrobes and French doors opening on to a Juliet balcony. The room at the front of the house could be used as a spacious lounge, hobby or play room instead of a bedroom.

Two bedrooms – one with a fitted wardrobe and a built-in storage space – occupy the third floor.

Prices, which include parking spaces and gardens turfed and fenced with an external water tap, start at £345,000 with a no-hidden-extras guarantee.

Buyers keen to personalise their new homes can do so by reserving early off-plan, says Cotswold Homes’ head of sales and marketing, Terri Hayes-Pugh.

For an appointment to visit the marketing suite call estate agent Sarah Callaghan of Andrews Land & New Homes on 01242 248 975. A showhome will open for viewing early next year.