Styled in-house by the Edenstone Homes team, the Budleigh show home is shaking up the notion that bungalows are the preserve of more mature buyers.
Take a virtual tour of the property and it’s immediately apparent that this striking home will appeal to a whole host of buyers.
Adele McCoy, sales director for Edenstone Homes, said:
“Bungalows are really versatile and while from the front, the Budleigh looks traditional, inside it has a contemporary feel with a high specification designed to meet the demands of modern living.
“The configuration is a lot like an apartment – with an open plan layout that makes the most of the space available. We’ve thought about style, practicality and the wellbeing of the person who would live in this property. For example the kitchen unit housing the hob acts as divider between the cooking space and living area, while also offering budding home cooks a pleasant outlook with views out through the bi-fold doors to the garden and golf course beyond.”
Marble effect wallpaper on the rear wall enhances the stunning outlook via the bi-fold doors and window below the eaves.
“Effectively there’s a double height floor to ceiling glass wall offering lots of natural light into the property,” Adele added.
“Whether you’re cooking, relaxing on the sofa or sitting at the dining table you can enjoy beautiful views and on warmer days open the doors to let the fresh air flow through.”
A pair of black roll-armed sofas create a striking look in the living area, these are coordinated with black and white geometric print chairs and black lamps. A chrome finished sideboard and coffee table coordinate with the chrome dining table on the other side of room.
Reflecting the leafy location, the master bedroom has a woodland themed feature wall behind the headboard, with coordinating artwork. Bedside cabinets, dressing table and chest of drawers in natural wood coordinate with the wooden framed bed, while mirrored wardrobes emphasise the spaciousness of the room.