executive collection of 4 & 5 bedroom homes
With a nod to the iconic Lytham Windmill and the area’s great aerospace history, a visit to new show homes at Mill Green in Warton will help propel buyers on the path to a new home.
There are two superbly finished, fully furnished properties at the village development, demonstrating the versatility of the high specification homes and the luxurious lifestyle offered by Anwyl’s first development on the Fylde peninsular.
Sales manager Imogen Suffell says:
“Show homes are a window into the potential of our homes, revealing their quality and beautiful specification, as well as the lifestyles people who purchase them can look forward to.
“By visiting the show homes customers can truly imagine what it would be like to live in one, and what would suit their – or their family’s – needs best. That’s why, for each show home, we imagine who might live in it and then decorate and style it accordingly. That way we really bring each property to life for buyers and hopefully inspire them for when they move in.”
There are two beautiful show homes at Mill Green, off Lytham Road – a three-bedroom semi-detached Bretton, and a four-bedroom detached Ascot home.
The Bretton reflects a first-time buyer’s home, ideally suiting a young professional couple, maybe with a young child or a baby on the way. The three-bedroom home has modern living at its heart, featuring an open-plan kitchen and dining area, with a separate lounge at the front of the property and a must-have downstairs cloakroom. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, the main with en-suite shower room, and one single, which is still a good size, plus the family bathroom.
Casey Moss, design studio manager for Roomservice Design, the visionary behind the contemporary interior theme, said:
“The design is modern and quirky using vibrant orange and yellow tones…
“Round edges are a key trend for 2022 and this is reflected in the lounge, where artwork, mirrors and the coffee table demonstrate this latest look, along with a wall mural using circles to create a dramatic feature. There’s also a desk in this room reflecting that not everyone can forego an entire room to accommodate working from home.”
Even the smallest room in the home has been given the style treatment, with bespoke wallpaper in the downstairs cloakroom inspired by the nearby Lytham Windmill.
Next door, the Ascot is a well-proportioned family home and therefore more likely be a purchaser’s ‘forever home’. It would certainly be a prime find given the development’s close proximity to Lytham, offering access to the sought-after town’s amenities without the premium price that properties there command.
A classic and elegant home, the Ascot offers real space to function for everyone in the household. The kitchen and dining room expands the width of the rear with double doors that lead out into the garden; while at the front of the property the beautiful living room boasts a feature bay window which allows in lots of light.
Upstairs it has three double bedrooms – the main benefiting from an en-suite shower room – and a single which can be used as a guest bedroom or perhaps a home office, along with a family bathroom.
Reflecting its elegance and acknowledging its home-forever status, the Ascot has been furnished with classic and quality pieces, including a teal winged armchair taking pride of place in the living room’s bay window. Casey says:
“It’s a timeless look that won’t need to be upgraded year by year and appeals to the sustainably-minded customer.”
With a new appreciation of the mood-boosting influences that nature can bring, there is more than a hint of the outdoors indoors, with shades of green throughout the Ascot show home, including fresh fern wallpaper in the hallway; deep forest walls and bedding in the guest bedroom and a padded tub chair in the luxuriously decorated main bedroom. And there are key pieces inspired by nature, like the antler side table in the main bedroom and the fun antler artwork in the hallway; together with pots and planters filled with foliage in almost every room.
Again there’s inspiration from the local area in one of the children’s bedrooms with a fabulous propeller ‘flying’ out of the wall and technical drawings as artwork giving a nod to the BAe Systems’ facility at Warton; while in the other child’s bedroom there’s a coastal boho vibe with dreamy beach pictures and hanging rope tapestry.
The Bretton and Ascot show homes are open Thursday to Monday, 10am to 5.30pm. For more information about these and other homes, please visit Mill Green’s development page.