Stylish new homes – press coverage
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Contemporary homes expertly designed to the highest standards
An outstanding new development of family homes in the heart of a popular village will be showcased at an open event this weekend.
Warwick Bridge is a thriving village located five miles from Carlisle and three miles from Brampton with regular bus routes to both.It has a wide range of local amenities including school and nursery, post office, Co- operative food store, petrol station, butchers, pub, café, church and medical practice.
Just 16 semi-detached houses have been built at King George Gardens in Warwick Bridge by established local housing developer Citadel Estates.
Unusually for these types of houses they all include three double bedrooms together with a fully-tiled en-suite shower room and family bathroom.
Nick Elgey, commercial director for Carlisle-based Citadel Estates, said: “These homes have been expertly designed to the highest standards and include quality fittings throughout. “Our buyers will be offered a choice of tiles and nine different kitchen styles. We are including all required integrated domestic appliances for the kitchens together with fitted carpets and floor coverings throughout.”
Built in a crescent formation, these attractive three-storey houses benefit from a pleasant rural front outlook towards Car- rock Fell and south-west-facing rear gardens overlooking mature trees.
A block-paved parking area to the front of the houses leads to an entrance hall with cloakroom and door leading to a large open plan living/dining kitchen.
The spacious lounge area has full-width feature patio doors opening on to a paved patio area and lawned garden ideally placed to make the most of sunny days.
Prices are from £180,000 or from £144,000 with Help to Buy.
The show home at King George Gardens is open from 11am to 3pm on Saturday and Sunday, February 17 and 18.