New homes have the recipe for family living

New homes have the recipe for family living

FOODIES and budding home cooks will find that new Anwyl homes have all the right ingredients.

With more people than ever before cooking meals from scratch and children also showing an interest in helping in the kitchen, Anwyl has made some small changes that could make a big difference to buyers.

As a family run business, Anwyl takes a thoughtful approach, designing its homes with how people really live in mind, including open plan kitchen and dining rooms.

Sales director for Anwyl Homes Lancashire Matthew Gould said: “Cooking and baking has had a real resurgence in recent months, from the banana bread craze to people trying to recreate favourite restaurant dishes at home. Children have also been lending a hand in the kitchen more, helping them to learn new skills and about what goes into their meals.

“We’ve recently added a kitchen island to our Farndon house type, providing a great space where families can potentially gather round and prepare ingredients together.”

The four-bedroom detached Farndon is currently available at Stonebridge Fold in Longridge; Priory Gardens in Burscough; Winnington Place, Winnington and at Edenhurst Grange in Liverpool, where a Farndon show home is available to view by appointment.

It’s a fantastic family home with a generously proportioned open plan kitchen and dining room spanning the rear of the property and French doors leading out onto the garden. There’s also a spacious lounge to the front, dedicated space for the washer and dryer, plus a cloakroom.

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.

To make an appointment to view a Farndon style property, with kitchen island, at Edenhurst Grange in Liverpool see

For more information about homes at Priory Gardens see; to find out more about Stonebridge Fold see or  for details of the homes at Winnington Place see