Taylor Wimpey is to unveil a new show home at it's Nightingales development in Fareham.

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  • The three bedroom Ashton show home at Taylor Wimpey's Nightingales development in Fareham is to be styled by an expert team of professional interior designers. It will showcase a rich burnt orange colour scheme, along with a soft white backdrop and modern furnishings.

    The home is priced from £250,000 and is ideal for growing families, providing spacious and flexible living over three storeys.

    On the ground floor, residents can find an open living/dining room with French doors opening out to the rear garden, a modern kitchen and a convenient cloakroom.

    There are two bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor, along with a master bedroom suite, where there are built-in wardrobes and an ensuite.

    A total of 38 homes are in the Nightingale development. There are two, three and four bedroom properties, geared towards first time buyers and growing families.

    The site is located on Wickham Road, close to a wide array of shops, restaurants and leisure activities.

    Commuters will also be pleased to hear that junction 10 of the M27 is less than one mile away, putting residents in a great location should they need quick access to the roads.

    Fareham railway station also offers frequent services to Portsmouth, Southampton, Brighton and London Waterloo.

    Fiona Creed, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey in the southern counties, said: " Our new Ashton show home is going to be real hit with house hunters looking for a modern, stylish family home. Not only will it give visitors some true interior design inspiration, they’ll also get a real feel of the space and versatility on offer.

    "There’s been an incredible amount of interest since the Nightingales launched in July and the development is now over 55 per cent sold.”ADNFCR-1100-ID-801523384-ADNFCR

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