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Pilgrims Close - Plots 1 and 6,
Bromyard

£500,000 1,793 sq. ft.

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About the property

Luxurious 3-storey detached family home with detached double garage.

Property Snapshot
  • Detached double garage
  • South-facing garden
  • Driveway parking
  • Study / home office
  • Ensuite and balcony to main bedroom
  • Eco-friendly air source heat system
  • Views of the Bromyard Downs
A lot of thought and consideration has gone into the design of these homes, the specification is befitting of modern family life, with ample living space and plenty of storage. Prices range from £500,000 to £525,000. These contemporary new build homes have red facing brickwork, high performance timber double glazed windows and doors, precast stone lintels and sills and stained timber boarding. Slate roof tiles with stained timber fascia's, mock cast iron rainwater goods and decorative ridge tiles. The roof windows are conservation type and have a black finish. The living area is finished with solid oak flooring and the kitchen has a tiled floor.

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