Proposed internal images of Elm House and Grange House in Edwalton have been released, giving buyers a taste of what the two tailor-made homes could look like.
Buyers have the unique chance to have input in the design of the two new builds, and whilst the CGIs are indicative of the calibre that the interior will be finished to, the specifications are still very much in the buyer’s hands. The bathrooms to the kitchen right down to the tiling can be adapted, meaning the price is on application.
Richard Maling, Director of North Sands, said. "These images give a real feel for the potential of these two amazing homes. Right now the finish is up to any potential buyer, which makes them a unique opportunity to create your own personalised feel right the way through the house."
Steve Parker, Associate Director at fhp living, was equally impressed with the interiors. “These CGIs are there as a starting point and a bit of inspiration for interested parties, and the internal specifications are still negotiable'" he said. "Just from looking at the proposed images, the calibre of these homes is going to be phenomenal, especially in their surroundings set on the back of the old Grosvenor School grounds.”
Elm House and Grange House have been developed by our award-winning team in conjunction with the highly renowned Greenwood Architects. The two luxurious homes are spread over three floors, each with six bedrooms and an equivalent number of bathrooms, four of which are en-suite.
Located in the heart of Edwalton, they benefit from close proximity to West Bridgford and with it a vibrant social scene, array of restaurants, bars, shops and sports clubs. Nottingham city centre is also just a few miles away, meaning they have quick access to the road network.
After the board went up announcing the start of official marketing, agents fhp living have been inundated with enquiries from buyers interested in the rare chance to have a say in the design of their own home.