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Striking and affordable new homes will be on show when Kent housebuilder, Pentland Homes, holds an open day at Bayeuxfields, its award-winning housing development located in Terlingham Village.
The showcase is the perfect opportunity to have a good look around some of the county’s finest newly-built properties.
The homes, which incorporate traditional and contemporary design have been selling well and only a limited number of three to four-bedroom properties are still available, with prices starting from £188,950.
Janet Burnell, sales and marketing director for Pentland Homes, said: “We are committed to providing homes for the future and have designed specific house types to suit the differing needs of contemporary living.
“Each home is finished to an extremely high standard with top-quality specification and integrated appliances.
“Their appeal is enhanced further by their environmentally friendly qualities. In particular, house types, Stirling and Lincoln, have solar photovoltaic panels fitted in the roof, an energy efficient condensing boiler and low-energy downlighters.
“As well as being energy efficient, their interior layouts offer a flexible use of space which means that they can be adapted to suit growing families, so that these properties will be 'home’ for a very long time.”
Prices at Bayeuxfields range from £188,950 for a three-bedroom home to £289,950 for a detached four-bedroom home.
The open day at Bayeuxfields, is on Saturday, March 3, from 10am till 4pm. For more information, contact the sales office on 01303 893080 or visit the website www.pentlandhomes.co.uk
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