Burscough show homes promise interior inspiration
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Burscough show homes promise interior inspiration

Anwyl Homes is preparing to open the doors to three show homes at its Priory Gardens development at Yew Tree Park by appointment only (from April 17).

Homes at Priory Gardens have been selling “off plan” since late last year, with buyers travelling to St Helens, Liverpool and Fulwood, all within a 30-40-minute drive of Burscough, to view finished examples of Anwyl’s homes.

Ahead of the show homes opening at Lawrence Gardens, Anwyl is offering “access all areas” via video footage and the chance to discover the inspiration behind the interior design.

Sales director Matthew Gould explained: “Buyers in Burscough have been eagerly awaiting the show homes at Priory Gardens and, to thank them for being so patient and understanding, we’re giving them a sneak preview virtually. We’ve filmed an exclusive interview with the interior designers who’ve styled the show homes, sharing their interior inspiration and how buyers can adapt the latest trends in their own homes. It’s a great way to whet customers’ appetites before they can come and view the properties for themselves.”

Anwyl has planning consent to build 267 new homes at Priory Gardens. The first phase features 87 homes, including a mix of three-bedroom semi-detached and detached designs and a selection of four-bedroom detached properties.

The show homes are examples of the Lymm, Ascot and Henley house styles, all four-bedroom detached designs.

Current prices at Priory Gardens start from £239,000 for a three-bedroom semi-detached Epsom style property.

There’s even the chance for one lucky buyer to save thousands of pounds and make a summer move to a brand new home. A four-bedroom Farndon is due to be build complete by June, in time to enjoy the Stamp Duty holiday.

Priced from £308,995, the Farndon is a fantastic family home with a generously-sized open-plan kitchen-dining area spanning the entire rear of the property and a spacious lounge to the front. French doors set within two large windows lead to the garden, opening up the outside to family life in full flow.

Upstairs, all four bedrooms are a good size. With a luxurious en-suite shower room to the main bedroom, the family bathroom serves the other three bedrooms.

Those who move to Priory Gardens will be able to enjoy living as part of a thriving community with shops, schools and services, including a sports and fitness centre, Tesco and Booths supermarkets nearby, plus the well-regarded local business – Taylors Farm Shop.

It’s also a great base for commuting as the two local train stations offer links to Preston, Manchester, Ormskirk and Liverpool.

Priory Gardens is open by appointment only. For more information about the homes or to arrange to view the show homes see www.anwyl.co.uk/priorygardens  or call 01704 339072. The ‘access all areas” films will be launched via Anwyl’s YouTube channel in the run up to the show homes opening on April 17.