Ben Bailey Homes has announced that a new phase of homes will be released imminently at its Willow Tree Park development in Downham Market.

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  • The new phase of the development will comprise solely of 38 newly designed properties, including spacious two, three and four bedroom semi-detached and detached homes and townhouses, priced from £137,995.

    The versatile new homes have each been designed to reflect how people live today, ranging from the creative and flexible use of space within the properties to the type of specification provided, and all of the homes expertly combine these requirements to deliver an outstanding lifestyle experience.

    Featuring flexible, bright living spaces that enable people to choose how they wish to live, the properties also benefit from high ceilings and an abundance of natural light created by expansive bi-folding glass doors at the rear of the home which open out onto a large patio and turfed garden area.

    Ben Bailey Homes' research also reinforced the importance buyers place on the kitchen and bathroom. 

    Ben Bailey Homes' sales director, Kelly French, said: "We are hugely excited to release our new phase of homes at Willow Tree Park. These properties have been designed in response to homebuyers' needs and really differentiates us from competitors. Every feature - from the high ceilings to the outstanding specification - reflects how people want to use their homes today, whilst the space provided offers excellent versatility of use.

    "The homes here really are unique, so I'd urge anyone who's interested in purchasing one to act quickly and either register their interest or visit the marketing suite."

    Ben Bailey Homes' specification at Willow Tree Park was developed following a 12 month strategic review by the company's senior management team of the new homebuilding sector to ensure that the business differentiates itself ahead of the competition.

    This process has ensured the developer's latest specification not only provides an enhanced combination of form and functionality but that it is also extremely stylish and includes many items highlighted by those in the market looking to purchase a new home.

    The new specification includes a stunning choice of fully fitted kitchens which are intelligently arranged. Featuring soft close doors and integrated appliances - including fridge/freezer, dishwasher, oven, hob, and microwave - the kitchen units offer innovative additional storage space as required by today's modern lifestyles.

    Bathrooms have stylish sanitaryware, luxurious baths with concealed bath fillers and full height and feature wall tiling by Porcelanosa. Ensuites now also offer contemporary showers, as well as useful storage solutions, chrome-heated towel rails and high quality tiling by Porcelanosa.

    There is a choice of internal doors throughout the homes, which are bespoke and complemented by unique Italian-designed door furniture, whilst master bedrooms also benefit from a choice of impressive contemporary fitted wardrobes that have sliding doors to maximise space and storage.

    Kelly concluded: "All this is included as part of our standard specification going forward. We believe that this will only further enhance our reputation as an outstanding developer in the Midlands."

    Downham Market can trace its history back to Saxon times and is one of Norfolk's oldest market towns. This bustling community is considered to be the gateway to the Fens and the River Ouse meanders alongside the town, making for a picturesque setting and lovely riverside walks.

    There are plenty of essential amenities in Downham Market, and the town's railway station is close by making it a great choice for people commuting to Peterborough or Norwich. There's also a direct line to London's Kings Cross and Cambridge.

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