SOLID QUARTZ WORKTOPS AND SIEMENS INTEGRATED KITCHEN APPLIANCES INCLUDED **
In terms of living space, this one-of-a-kind luxury three-bedroom eco home comprises a master bedroom with walk-in wet room ensuite, one double bedroom, and an additional single bedroom. The single would also make an excellent home workspace.
Descending the stairs, a separate living area is situated on the right and Worley's large open plan kitchen-dining room on the left. This communal family space opens out onto the private garden through paired French windows that let in plenty of natural light.
Worley is built on fabric-first principles. This means it has exceptional air tightness and mechanical ventilation with heat recovery, leading to lower energy bills and a healthier living environment. It also means that timber, a renewable material, was used in its construction wherever possible.
This spacious eco home benefits from high-end fixtures and fittings throughout. In the kitchen are solid wood Shaker kitchens by System Six and appliances by Siemens. Quartz worktops feature in both the kitchen and the separate laundry room. In the bathroom, porcelain tiles line the floors and walls. Wool carpets and engineered oak flooring give the living spaces a feeling of luxury as well as providing exceptional comfort.
The rear garden is enclosed and turfed with a dedicated patio area, outside tap and external power socket. A paved pathway leads to the front door with landscaped planting beds. A single garage and parking for two-cars is also included.
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EPC Rating: Predicted B Rating
Annual communal maintenance fee: £500 per annum (predicted)
Council Tax Band: TBC
Weavers Way is an exciting new development of thirteen luxurious, energy efficient eco homes set in the highly desirable Mid-Devon village of Sandford.
The development sits naturally among the quaint streets, antique thatched cottages, and perennial gardens of this historic rural village. Sandford was once famous for producing a woven serge cloth called Perpetuana, a type of twill fabric. The development and the houses within it take their name from this tradition.
These are homes designed with the future in mind. Features such as MVHR recover up to 90% of heat that is normally wasted. This keeps the air inside the house fresh without the need to open a window, unless you wish to, and maintains a comfortable temperature year-round whilst reducing energy bills.
Full-fibre broadband and electric vehicle charging points are just two of the headline attractions of the high-end specifications of these luxury homes. Their interiors include contemporary solid wood Shaker kitchens with quartz worktops, appliances by Siemens, wool carpets, and underfloor heating throughout. This brings together an exceptional quality of build with a fabric-first design.
Outside, ponds that encourage biodiversity, open green spaces for the community and the sympathetic choice of building materials - such as stone and render - while picked for their natural, sustainable qualities, also ensure Weavers Way is rooted in the local area.
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