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Show Home Doors Open At Hampshire Scheme

Posted 27 January 2023 by Keith Osborne

Bargate Homes has unveiled two professionally decorated and fitted show houses at Heritage Place near Eastleigh...

Bargate Homes has opened two show homes at Heritage Place in Hampshire, with interiors designed by The Garden Society.

Positioned within the 120-acre North Stoneham Park neighbourhood, Heritage Place is the final phase of the wider development, which will feature 1,000 homes. Built on a former deer park on the outskirts of Eastleigh, Bargate Homes’ £97million scheme will deliver 322 eco-focused detached and semi-detached three-, four-, and five-bedroom family homes, with current prices ranging from £485,000 to £715,000. Being EPC-B rated, their residents will benefit from a lower carbon footprint, energy savings, and access to Green Mortgage rates.

The scheme will consist of homes, with acres of open spaces, ecological footpaths and lakes. Part Exchange and Assisted Move packages are available to qualifying purchasers.

Mark White, managing director of Bargate Homes, said: “We are thrilled with the fully furnished show homes at Heritage Place, which are now open to the public. We are also making great progress with the construction of the first tranche of homes, and purchasers will shortly be moving in. We are proud to be delivering North Stoneham Park’s most eco-efficient homes, completing the final part of the jigsaw for this exceptional new community.

Heritage Place“The two imaginative family show homes have been meticulously designed by Bargate Homes and The Garden Society, who are one of the most well-known home and garden design specialists in the county. The homes feature varying interior styles to illustrate how best to bring the outdoors in, while beautifully showcasing the quality of the specification and finishes. It brings to life the full potential of these premium new homes to prospective purchasers – we are delighted with the finished result.”

The design concepts have been fed by heritage style, with aesthetics echoed from old traditions to a quintessential weekend escape. Each room within the two show homes has been carefully curated, with consideration paid to how homeowners may use each space, whilst encouraging individuality and personal choice.

The bold contrasting kitchen features painted dark green cabinetry and black knurled handles, surrounded by bright white quartz and soft white walls. All of the kitchens on the development will be fitted out with Neff cooking appliances. As the social hub of the home, The Garden Society recognised that the kitchen needed to be a statement in itself, whilst tying in traditional elements such as the shaker style units.

Heritage PlaceThe upstairs of one of the three-bedroom show homes is light, airy and peaceful, with a dinosaur-themed children’s bedroom and soft luxurious blush pink theme being used in the master bedroom. The space emulates tranquillity and comfort. More adventurous choices of material and colours, such as muted powder blue, navy, and terracotta red, can be seen in the open-plan kitchen and throughout the ground floor. The entrance hall has been left minimal with soft lighting to add mood with shadows, illustrating the practical functionality of the space.

The second show home is aimed at a first-time homemaker, featuring three bedrooms, with one being a single – perfect for a home office. This show home used exploratory colourways, with fun accessories and functionality at the heart of the interior concept.

Bathrooms at Heritage Place will benefit from contemporary white Roca sanitaryware, with Porcelanosa floor and wall tiles. Google Nest learning thermostats, Electric vehicle car chargers, and fibre broadband, are all installed as standard. The show home gardens are also on trend, and have been designed as an extension of the living space, using decked areas, landscaping, planting, and outdoor furniture.

Heritage PlaceSamuel Baker, director of The Garden Society said: “It is a great pleasure to work exclusively with Bargate Homes to furnish the show homes at Heritage Place and showcase the latest interior design colour palettes and trends. Plants have magical properties within the home and we wanted to create two living show homes with beautiful plants adding vibrancy to these impeccable new homes.”

Heritage Place’s location boasts easy access to London via train, with the site being in walking distance from Southampton Parkway station, meaning you can get to London Waterloo in just over an hour. The mainline network also links to other major commuter destinations such as Guildford, Portsmouth, Southampton, Bournemouth and Winchester. Junction 5 of the M27 and the M3 to London are also close to the scheme.

The show homes at Heritage Place are open from 10.00am to 5.00pm, seven days a week. Find out more at [email protected] or www.bargatehomes.co.uk.


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