Local housebuilder Chestnut Homes unveiled two brand-new showhomes at its development in Alford at the weekend.
The Lincoln-based developer enjoyed a good turnout of people visiting its Bridgeways development, off Willoughby Road.
David Newton, Managing Director of Chestnut Homes, said:
“Showhomes are the perfect way to get a real feel for a property and development, and it certainly helps with visualising yourselves living there if you’re looking to move.
“We were delighted with the feedback we have received on both of the properties. They are both absolutely stunning and definitely well worth a visit.”
The showhomes, a two-bedroom terraced property, The Nook, and three-bedroom detached property, The Ledbury, both offer well designed homes to suit a range of buyers – whether it be first-time purchasers, down-sizers or growing families.
Hannah Stelling, Creative Director at Etch Interiors, said:
“Our inspiration for The Ledbury showhome was taken from the rural location of Alford, particularly its close proximity to the Lincolnshire Wolds, with the use of woodland inspired wallpapers and traditional yet dramatic floral fabrics.
“This timeless family home characterises modern country design perfectly, so we wanted to create a calm, tranquil and relaxing feel throughout the property with the use of soft greys, deep blues, muted aquas and splashes of vivid red – all fused together with country patterns and rich textures.
“The interior design is not without a playful touch, with a fully wallpapered geese cloakroom and a bird inspired gallery wall in the dining area – it really is a must see!”
Ria Woodburn, Interior Designer on behalf of Interior Classics, said:
“Created with first-time buyers in mind, the design concept for The Nook showhome is inspired by contemporary country living.
“I used an array of green tones fused with gold accents to give a modern look. The furniture is chosen to reflect a natural feel, with warm wood oak finishes taking centre stage.
“Overall the design is a fun use of the old and new, incorporating items such as the current ‘Tropical Trend’ – using a selection of both palm print and flamingo wallpaper – and the classic style of the Chesterfield sofa with a modern twist.”