Flexible Later Living With Bungalow House Type In Coven

Posted 5 March 2021 by Keith Osborne

The 'Oxley' offers single-storey living but with the bonus of an extra en suite room that might be perfect for family or guests...

Staffordshire homebuyers seeking a versatile property that caters to their specific needs are being encouraged to investigate the ‘Oxley’, a dormer bungalow at Lovell Homes’ Saredon Gardens development in Coven.

Priced from £239,950, the two-bedroom ‘Oxley’ could be ideal for those retiring, looking for a more flexible living space or whom require a more accessible home. This property benefits from all the single-storey features of a traditional bungalow, but also has the added bonus of an upstairs with a bedroom and en suite that spans the entire first floor. This versatile property provides buyers with the flexibility of practicality and space, enabling homeowners to utilise each room in a way that suits them best.

The property is home to a contemporary, open-plan living/dining/kitchen room, fully fitted with a Zanussi fridge-freezer and single oven and hob, alongside French doors leading onto the turfed and fenced rear garden. A bedroom, family bathroom and two storage cupboards are also situated to the ground floor. The home is completed with the inclusion of an upstairs bedroom with an en suite and storage cupboard for added privacy and space, whilst the ground floor provides everything needed for single-storey living.

The upstairs could be used to provide teenagers or older relatives with their own, personal space, keeping all loved-ones under the same roof. It could also be used as a designated office for working professionals or children learning at home, or a leisure space such as a games room or gym.

Buyers can explore an ‘Oxley’ show home at Sarendon Gardens in-person with an appointment or online from the comfort of their own homes via a virtual tour.

Trish Foster, regional sales director at Lovell, said: “This lovely dormer bungalow benefits from the very best of versatile and flexible living. It has been designed to be an easily adaptable property able to meet the needs of a range of purchasers, whatever their specific requirements may be.

“I’d encourage any potential buyers to speak with our sales team without delay to avoid missing out on these wonderful homes, as we’re down to the final few available and don’t expect them to be around for long.”

Situated in the rural village of Coven, the development benefits from idyllic green spaces and offers a peaceful village life. The town still retains much of its character through buildings such as St Paul’s Church, and offers a small shopping parade with local amenities, including a post office, hairdressers, bakery and butchers. The area also houses a number of schools for children of all ages.

Ideally located for commuters, Saredon Gardens has excellent links with Bilbrook and Penkridge train stations (both less than five miles away), offering direct routes to Stafford, Wolverhampton and Birmingham New Street, as well as connecting routes to London Euston. Just a short walk away are bus stops taking residents to Stafford and Wolverhampton.

Coven is ideally located near to the upcoming i54 site, just off the M54 motorway and home to Jaguar Land Rover’s engine factory and 100 acres of industrial floor space, creating over 1,700 new jobs to the city.

Current availability at Saredon Gardens includes two-bedroom homes priced from £239,950, three-bedroom homes priced from £299,950 and four-bedroom homes priced from £379,995. Find out more from Lovell Homes.


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