The development at Hayfield Avenue, Great Gransden has opened its show home, despite 14 of the 24 luxury homes being purchased off-plan.

The five-bedroom show home, designed by Lifestyle Interiors, has been created to showcase modern country living and features a sound deadened study, an eco-friendly air source heat pump as well as bespoke joinery and colour palettes to show how contemporary living can fit into a rural environment.

The development is located off Sand Road, and the three-to-five-bedroom houses range in price from £400,000 to £725,000, embedded into a traditional village community which has in the past won the Campaign for the Protection of Rural England’s Best Kept Village competition, whilst being situated between the towns of Cambourne and St Neots, ideal for commuting.

Kelly Sharman, sales and marketing director for Hayfield said “The design of this exclusive development has taken inspiration from the Arts and Crafts properties within this sought-after highly picturesque Cambridgeshire village. The combination of traditional architecture with a luxury, eco-efficient interior is really striking a chord with purchasers. People who will shortly be moving into their new Hayfield Avenue homes include those already living in Great Gransden, and families relocating from over 100 miles away. There are now only 10 homes available to sell and we are really looking forward to welcoming people into the elegant show home.”

Gemma Schofield, managing director at Lifestyle Interiors said “To achieve the perfect interior to match these stunning homes, we wanted to add depth to the traditional country design style – in order to modernise it. Hayfield Avenue maintains simplicity and elegance throughout, which is a hallmark of the country chic look. Natural hues and neutral tones such as whites, creams, browns, and beiges create a warm, welcoming, and smart country home while allowing the beautiful architecture and light-filled living spaces to do the talking. We hope visitors to this fabulous development pick up on all the luxury details, such as the bespoke joinery inset with bronze antique mirrors, the soft feature lighting, and the use of many different textures and tones, which showcase this home.”

Image source: Hayfield

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