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Hampshire Show Home Released For Sale

Posted 6 September 2021 by Keith Osborne

A professionally furnished and decorated four-bedroom show house is now available at Crest Nicholson's Tangier Gardens...

Crest Nicholson is offering potential purchasers the chance to move into the show home at its popular Tangier Gardens development in the historic market town of Bishop’s Waltham, Hampshire.

The four-bedroom house has been released for sale and includes all fixtures, fittings, flooring, a kitchen upgrade, and landscaped rear garden in the price. Spread across two storeys, ‘The Laurel’ includes an open-plan kitchen, dining and family area with two sets of French doors leading to the garden, perfect for entertaining. The separate living room features a large bay window, while upstairs there are four double bedrooms, two with en suites. With the benefit of a utility room, study and a double garage, this home is perfect for growing families.

‘The Laurel’The show home is one of eight properties remaining for sale as part of the first phase at Tangier Gardens. With a variety of three- and four-bedroom homes available, there is a house type to suit all buyers from first timers to families looking for a larger home and those hoping to downsize.

Pat Nightingale, sales director at Blocc Interiors, commented: “Designed to appeal to families that love country living, we used a palette of forest greens, smoky teals and greys with textured wood and painted furniture to achieve a look of ‘contemporary country’. In the lounge and main bedroom, patterned upholstery and wallpaper provide a luxurious feel, while quirky colours and accessories in two of the bedrooms are designed to appeal to young teenagers. Soothing, subtle colours and fabrics in the guest bedroom create an oasis of calm, while the study fears a large trestle desk and bookcase, ideal for working from home. The kitchen/dining/family area is a really flexible space, so we included a large eight seater dining table as well as a couch and TV to create a chill-out area, perfect for busy lifestyles.”

‘The Laurel’Eileen Guihen, sales and marketing director at Crest Nicholson South, commented: “This is a very rare opportunity to move into a beautiful show home, dressed to the highest standard and style with fixtures and fittings included. ‘The Laurel’ is the ideal house for modern buyers looking for space and flexibility while Bishop’s Waltham provides an idyllic family setting. We’ve now sold 95% of properties available as part of phase one at Tangier Gardens, so I would urge anyone interested in the show home or other remaining properties to get in touch with our sales team as soon as possible. With Part Exchange available, purchasers also have the option to take the stress out of the process, guaranteeing them a cash buyer and allowing them to focus on the excitement of their new home.”

Located on the edge of the South Downs National Park, Tangier Gardens offers great access to the countryside. With an abundance of walks and natural sights, the country park around the River Hamble provides a peaceful setting for a stroll while a number of longer trails can be found along the valley. There are also plenty of local amenities in Bishop’s Waltham, including a range of good schools, restaurants, and a country market every week.

‘The Laurel’For commuters, the development is just a 30-minute drive from Southampton with the M27 and M3 close by, while the nearest train station, Botley, offers regular routes into Portsmouth in 40 minutes and London Waterloo in one hour and 40 minutes. Southampton Airport is also within 10 miles, providing easy access to major cities within the UK.

‘The Laurel’ is priced at £714,950 and the last remaining three-bedroom home at Tangier Gardens is £419,950, while prices start at £579,950 for the final six four-bedroom properties. Part Exchange, Smooth Move and the government-backed Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme are all available. Find out more from Crest Nicholson.


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