Families looking for a home that offers a flexible solution to their living arrangements should look no further than Harmans Chase in Weedon Bec.

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  • The Redrow Homes development features a good choice of properties from the sought-after New Heritage Collection, including some designs set out over three floors.

    Helen McGill, area sales manager for Redrow in the South Midlands, commented: "Homes set out over three floors truly maximise the potential of the space available. The four bedroom Kenilworth offers a lofty standard of living and is very versatile. The crowning glory of the property is the top floor bedroom with ensuite, making it the perfect master bedroom for parents who want to retreat away from the hustle and bustle of family living. Alternatively, those who perhaps don't need all four bedrooms could utilise the top floor as a playroom for the children or a second lounge for teenagers to relax in."

    The ground floor of the Kenilworth features a lounge, open plan kitchen and dining room, along with a laundry room and cloaks. There are three bedrooms and the family bathroom on the first floor.

    As with all new Redrow homes, the kitchen in the Kenilworth is well equipped with integrated top brand name appliances. They include oven, hob, microwave and fridge freezer plus tall cabinets and extra wide drawers that offer plenty of storage. Bathrooms and ensuites also enjoy quality fixtures and fittings.

    Current prices at Harmans Chase start from £214,950 for a three bedroom Brecon, with the four bedroom Kenilworth available from £219,950.

    "Well insulated, with double glazing and central heating included as standard, our homes achieve a 'B' rating for energy efficiency. This is great news for our customers as it means they shouldn't need to crank the heating up during the cold winter months and potentially could even save money on their fuel bills," McGill added.

    Harmans Chase is located in Harmans Way in Weedon Bec, or Weedon as it's more often known. The village lies at the crossroads of the A5 and A45, between Daventry and Northampton and close to the M1 motorway.

    Local amenities include shops, schools and pubs, a village hall with clubs and societies for all ages that help create a sense of community. There are also sports fields, recreation areas and local footpaths, including a stretch of the 110 mile Nene Way and towpaths along the Grand Union Canal.

    Some information contained herein may have changed since it was first published. SmartNewHomes strongly advises you to seek current legal and/or financial advice from a qualified professional.

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