The good news is that Redrow is offering potential purchasers the chance to sample life in the final homes available at Saxon Woods by staging an open house event.
Visitors will be able to view finished examples of the five-bedroom detached Blenheim, plus the four-bedroom detached Balmoral show home, which is also on sale.
Rachael Baillie, sales director for Redrow Homes (South East), said:
“With the majority of homes at Saxon Woods now sold and occupied we’re inviting buyers to view the remaining properties and appreciate for themselves what life in a brand new Redrow home has to offer.
“Viewing the Blenheim is a must for anyone who’s looking for a substantial five-bedroom property in and around Ashford as it offers an abundance of space and makes a fantastic family home. We have two properties available in that style and have also released the show home for sale, offering one lucky buyer to move straight into a property that’s been expertly styled by professional interior designers.”
The double fronted Blenheim offers 2,233 sq ft of accommodation that lends itself perfectly to the dynamics of modern family living.
Recognising that meal times are the focal point of family life, there’s an expansive open plan kitchen, diner and family room. This inviting sociable space is complemented by a separate lounge, plus a dedicated dining room which could be used as a study. A utility, boot room and WC complete the ground floor.
Upstairs, two of the five bedrooms benefit from en-suites to minimise the morning rush for the family bathroom. The master bedroom also enjoys the glamour of a walk-in wardrobe.
The Blenheim is on the market at £731,995; while the four-bedroom Balmoral show home can be purchased for £646,995.
Homes at Saxon Woods are well suited to commuters as the development is right next to Hamstreet Station, offering easy access to Ashford and putting London St Pancras within an hour’s journey.
There’s also a choice of schools nearby and a bustling village centre that’s home to shops and eateries. Homeowners can explore the local area via a myriad of footpaths or take a stroll along the towpath of the Royal Military Canal or through Hamstreet Woods Nature Reserve.