Unique, stunning three storey FOUR bedroom family home – with REALLY LOW energy bills – in one of Britain’s best places to live
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- 4 bedrooms
- 3 bathrooms
- 4 toilets
- Utility room
- Off street parking
- Solar panels, triple glazing, LED lighting
- Large garden
Welcome to your new, super low energy family home
We’re proud to present two unique, architect designed family homes in the heart of Keyworth.
With four bedrooms, a study, utility room – and a huge open plan kitchen, diner and family space – your family has all the space it needs to grow.
And because it’s a Positive Home, your energy bills will be as low as they possibly can be. All our homes come with free solar PV panels – and are built so well they need only the smallest amount of heat to stay fresh and warm, all year round.
Compared to an older house – and even other newly built houses – you’ll save hundreds of pounds a year on heating and lighting your Positive Home. Enough to go on holiday, or save for when the kids go to university!
Upstairs there are FOUR double bedrooms – two on the first floor and another two on the second floor. There’s a luxurious family bathroom and two ensuites – all with the best fixtures and fittings.
To the front there are two off-street parking spaces. To the rear there’s an already-established garden and a large patio – perfect for opening the folding doors and entertaining throughout the summer.
Sounds perfect! When can I move in?
Both new homes will be ready in August 2017. Register your interest today!
Want to know more?
Call us on 0115 937 4806, or our Managing Director Martin Valentine on 07970 191163.
Keyworth is a thriving village close to Nottingham. It’s got great schools, shops, pubs and restaurants, along with a range of high quality community and sporting facilities – including two leisure centres and an 18 hole golf course.
Just seven miles from Nottingham, Keyworth is a great place to live. It’s in Rushcliffe – consistently rated as one of the top 10 places to live in Britain.
There’s a bus every 15 minutes to Nottingham, while the M1 and A46 are nearby – making it easy to get to East Midlands Airport, Leicester, Derby, Birmingham and London.
The village library is always busy, and there is a wide range of local groups, a local tennis club, a bowls club, two allotments and more.
There’s a village health centre, three pharmacies, a dentist, opticians, Post Office, three supermarkets, dry cleaners, boutiques, vets and much more (our favourite is Plumtree Fish and Chips on Nottingham Road…)
Keyworth has three good junior schools – Willow Brook, Crossdale Drive and Nottingham Road – and South Wolds Academy is the fifth best-performing school in Nottinghamshire (71% A-C grades at GCSE, 2015).
Nottingham is the home to many multi-national companies including Experian, Capital One and Boots. The City boasts the third largest student population in England, with two of the UK’s leading Universities, Nottingham Trent and the University of Nottingham. There are two big hospitals – Queens Medical Centre and Nottingham City.
Nottingham is proud to be Britain’s ‘home of sport’ – including famous sporting venues such as Trent Bridge Cricket Ground, The City Ground and Meadow Lane football grounds, the National Water Sports Centre and the National Ice Centre.
Nottingham is also the cultural heart of the East Midlands – with great art galleries such as Nottingham Contemporary, while popular venues including the Theatre Royal, Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham Playhouse, Rock City and the Capital FM Arena host a variety of shows and concerts.