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Latest Phase Gets New Show Home In Warfield

Posted 3 September 2021 by Keith Osborne

Berkeley has just unveiled a brand new show house, ‘The Peacock’, at one of its Berkshire developments, Woodhurst Park…

Former WhatHouse? Housebuilder of the Year Berkeley has unveiled a brand new show home at Woodhurst Park in Warfield, Berkshire, offering potential homebuyers a glimpse into the lifestyle available at the popular country park development.

‘The Peacock’ is a three-bedroom house spanning over 1,000 sq ft, with the interior design scheme by award-winning DAPA Interiors. It is open for visitors looking to purchase a property in the latest phase, Bluebell Way at Woodhurst Park. Featuring a diverse mix of two-, three- and four-bedroom houses and a three-bedroom coach house, the new homes are nestled between the Greenway and the Village Pond, at the heart of the development.

'The Peacock'Reflecting the high specification found throughout the development, the show home’s interior design takes inspiration from the surrounding 65-acre country park. The designers have employed a soft palette to reflect the tranquillity of the countryside location. Organic finishes have been juxtaposed with mixed metals to give a calming, yet contemporary feel throughout.

In the style of a classic Berkeley scheme, the homes are designed to appeal to families and downsizers, offering a countryside location with an affluent lifestyle. Working with sophisticated colour ways, the show home is accentuated by bespoke artwork inspired by the country park created by a leading artist.

Every detail of the show home has been carefully considered, with velvet and silk-based fabrics offering a sumptuous luxury feel. Wallpapers and paints have been selected to provide fluidity throughout the home. A deep and rich blue geometric wallpaper features in the entrance hallway, setting the tone for the house. In the living area, bespoke artwork of a bird in flight captures the location of the home, while a bespoke corner sofa in ivory velvet offers handmade feather filled cushions in a blend of colours and patterns.

'The Peacock'Bespoke artwork also features in the dining area, with watercolour and gold leaf accents, while dining chairs are adorned with linen herringbone fabric and elegant piping.

The master bedroom features a wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling bespoke headboard with a deep sunburst fan detail in ivory velvet to the centre, while cushions feature throughout. Finally, the third bedroom, which is designed with a teenage boy in mind, offers navy blue paint to all walls, creating a strong contemporary look.

Rebecca Harris of DAPA Interiors commented: “At Woodhurst Park the obvious place to look for inspiration is the stunning surrounding area. The locality’s natural beauty has fed into our design for the new show home throughout, with a scheme that is understated yet elegant.

'The Peacock'“The show house optimises the space available to perfectly suit the needs of a family or couple. The open plan living, dining and kitchen area is stylish yet practical, with integrated appliances and dining furniture. The master bedroom offers tranquillity, incorporating minimalist art pieces chosen to complement a striking bespoke headboard, while a large second bedroom is perfectly presented for guests. Adding a contemporary edge, the children’s room offers locker-style furniture and tan faux leather suedes.”

Benjamin Ivey, director of sales and marketing at Berkeley Homes (Oxford and Chiltern), commented: “The new show home at Woodhurst Park perfectly captures the desirable lifestyle on offer. We are looking forward to welcoming potential homebuyers and encouraging them to explore the new community that has been formed.”

'The Peacock'Set in a beautiful country park setting with acres of landscaped open space, Woodhurst Park is a visionary development which offers a wide choice of high-quality homes, whilst promising a lifestyle steeped in nature. Typical elements of the English idyll have been recreated throughout the development, including a country park, traditional village green, duck pond, areas for children to play, orchard park, tree-lined riverside cut and nature trails.

Prices at Bluebell Way start from £397,500 for the three-bedroom coach house, with two-, three-, and four-bedroom houses starting from £415,000, £530,000 and £645,000 respectively. Find out more about Woodhurst Park from Berkeley.


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