Buyers in the Bromsgrove area will be able to enjoy their first look inside the New Heritage Collection by Redrow Homes.
Redrow Homes has enlisted a team of professional interior designers to style two examples of the properties available at the first phase of homes at Great Park in Rubery, Worcestershire.
Pauline Turnbull, sales director for Redrow Homes (Midlands), said: "Customer feedback tells us that being able to view a show home is an important part of the buying process, with some people saying they are unable to picture a property without one.
"A visit to the four bedroom Salisbury and Oxford show homes will enable potential purchasers to appreciate the layout of the properties and the quality finish of the designs, as well as giving them a real feel of what they would be like as lived in homes."
Designed in response to customer feedback, the New Heritage Collection homes look traditional from the outside but are bright and modern inside with interiors styled to meet the demands of 21st century family living.
The fashionable kitchens are both practical and stylish with the convenience of integrated top brand name appliances, plus tall units and extra wide drawers that offer plenty of storage. Bathrooms and ensuites boast quality fixtures and fittings with an exclusive tile range.
"We're confident that visitors to Great Park will be impressed by the high quality of our homes and pleasantly surprised at what we include as standard, as our specification is unrivalled among most of our housebuilder peers and is generally streets ahead of what's available on the second hand market," Turnbull said.
Redrow Homes has calculated that it could cost up to £30,000 to bring an older three bedroom property up to the same high standard as one of its new homes, which means that buying a brand new home could save time and money.
"Buying a second hand property and renovating it yourself may sound appealing, but there's lots of hard work and expense involved with little, if any, return for the time and money you invest. The cost of installing a new kitchen, appliances and bathrooms plus energy efficient heating, replacement windows and a whole host of other features soon adds up. By purchasing a new home instead of an older second hand property, house hunters could save themselves a small fortune in DIY costs, not to mention time and energy," Turnbull explained.
Close to the Great Park leisure and retail facilities, there's plenty to keep residents of the new Redrow Homes properties at Great Park occupied. And with easy access to the M5, the development's well placed for commuting.
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