Showhome in Bracknell development Kings Quarter gets a touch of glamour
22 November 2010
One of the UK’s finest homebuilders Charles Church Southern has given its brand new showhome in Bracknell the midas touch with a glamorous silver and gold theme.
The three bedroom Cranleigh showhome is located at Charles Church’s King’s Quarter development at Jennett’s Park and has been stylishly dressed with a stunning décor that includes metallic textured fabrics to create a look fit for royalty at the aptly named development.
Tracey Lee, sales director for Charles Church Southern, comments: “Showhomes can be an invaluable tool for sparking people’s interest in a particular development, and even though we’ve not had a showhome available until now, Kings Quarter has already proven to be a roaring success in the local area. We’ve had a better than expected response to our properties here with 18 homes sold before we opened the showhome to the public.
“With the glamorous new showhome firmly in situ, we’re sure to see even more visitors through the door to experience their own little slice of glamour and luxury.”
The houses for sale in Bracknell start at £289,950 for one of the three bedroom Rotherwick housetypes. The development also offers a range of three bedroom homes in differing designs as well as a larger selection of four and five bedroom houses. Charles Church has also just released its latest offering of three and four bedroom three storey homes at the development.
The three storey house design has rapidly grown in popularity over the past ten years because of the many benefits and flexibility it offers families.
Tracey confirms: “Three storey homes have certainly become a family favourite in recent years, with many househunters recognising how much extra space they can offer. They provide purchasers with a contemporary way of living with plenty of scope to alter their set-up as their family changes and grows.”
Bracknell play host to a wide range of amenities and facilities required for everyday living including a number of local shops, public houses and a health centre as well as a selection of local schools. Residents at King Quarter will also be able to benefit from the added bonus of a new country park which has been opened close by.