HOME buyers keen to be part of a unique development in Pen-Y-Pound, Abergavenny, can now seek inspiration from a newly-opened beautiful five-bedroom show home.
Ever since Edenstone Homes acquired the historic 18th century home known as The Hill, potential home buyers have been waiting patiently to see the exclusive new development emerge.
Last weekend, that opportunity presented itself as Edenstone invited customers to take their first look inside the stunning double-fronted Ingleton show home, a five-bedroom newly built family home with an integral garage.
With a sleek interior look inspired by the idyllic natural beauty surrounding the homes at Wedgwood Park, the show home, given the ‘wow factor’ by interiors designers, Calico, was well-received by more than 40 visitors who took a tour around it on the opening day.
Andrea Nippe, sales director for Edenstone Homes, said: “We are thrilled with the feedback from those who visited us during the opening weekend. We welcomed customers who have already reserved, or made an early bird reservation, to give them their first look inside the home. The fantastic response has been completely overwhelming, and while many home buyers have been quick to buy off plan here, we know that for others, being able to step inside a home before committing to buy is so important.
“The Ingleton show home is an impressive residence, dressed and styled with shades of tonal greys, duck egg blues, accents of yellow ochres and earth greens to complement the natural environment which makes Wedgwood Park such a desirable address.
“The layout is well-suited to families, with a large open plan kitchen/breakfast/family area spanning the entire rear of the home, a separate lounge for quiet relaxation, and a room that’s been dressed as a study for those who work at home.”
Wedgwood Park is set behind a gated entrance and alongside the wide range of newly built and renovated homes, residents can enjoy the lush green landscaping with mature trees, a BBQ/picnic area, woodland trails and a Victorian walled garden for their own exclusive use.
The 20-acre development has four distinctive phases including The Grange, featuring traditional four and five-bedroom family homes; The Manor House, five renovated apartments in the existing building; The Mews, new build homes and converted outbuildings including the gardener’s cottage, stables and coach house; and The Meadow, five family homes in a peaceful parkland setting.
Wedgwood Park is named after horticulturalist John Wedgwood, who lived at The Hill in the 1830s.
The Ingleton show home at Wedgwood Park, Pen-Y-Pound, Abergavenny, is now open to view from Thursday to Monday 10.30am to 5pm. For more information, call Edenstone Homes on 07387 262 347.