The house builder's new show homes have brought a sense of luxury and glamour to its Bishops Meadow development in Bishopbriggs.

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  • Taylor Wimpey's four bedroom detached 'Maple' and 'Elm' show homes are from the Woodland's collection. The first phase of 37 homes at Bishops Meadow development off Auchinairn Road in Bishopbriggs comprises four and five bedroom detached new homes, with prices starting from £263,000.

    Bishops Meadow offers the best of country living with the buzz and energy of the city just a short commute away. With the Campsie Hills offering stunning views to the north and the cosmopolitan vibe to the south in the city centre of Glasgow, you can enjoy the best of all worlds.

    The development boasts a range of new family homes that retain the original features of the company's Woodlands collection. There is a choice of six styles of four and five bedroom detached homes to ensure there's plenty of room for families to work, rest and play in.

    Taylor Wimpey's interior designer Suzanne Duncan of Abercromby Duncan in Bearsden has aimed to create the 'wow' factor in each and every room of each of these stunning show homes.

    She explains: "Both of these show homes have been a dream to work in. There is so much light and space that we've tried to use our interiors and styling to maximise the proportions and practicalities of each room.

    "Both show homes boast an aspirational feel that will inspire families of all ages to see how stylish their next move could be, and you'll find the 'wow' factor in every single room.

    "From opulent styling to creative use of a defining navy that creates a subtle theme linking several of the rooms in the four bedroom detached 'Maple', right through to huge feature walls using combinations of metallic wallpaper and full-sized wall stickers in the children's bedrooms of the four bedroom detached 'Elm', each show home boasts an individual style that's designed to create standout.

    "Both show homes have really benefitted from the trend towards using wallpaper as a way of making a design statement. This is a great way to add your own creativity to a room with instant effect. Using wallpaper adds texture and in several of the rooms we've made great use of metallics and rich colours to add depth to our design."

    Bishopbriggs is a well-established residential area, and there's been lots of interest in the development since opening just a few months ago. However, the show homes will be the icing on the cake.

    Audrey Ross, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey in west Scotland, adds: "Our Bishops Meadow development in Bishopbriggs is already proving popular with a wide range of buyers looking to call this development home.

    "But I'm sure our two show homes will impress even more buyers to consider this development as their next move. Our aim is to create new homes that boast both external kerb appeal and inspirational interiors that instantly allow potential buyers to experience for themselves the style, quality and craftsmanship they can expect if they choose to move to Bishops Meadow.

    "Plus with an extensive choice of four and five bedroom homes available for customers, and the opportunity to access a range of moving solutions to get you on the right track - there's never really been a better time to visit the development."

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