Young Jiya has winning home design for Charles Church
30 March 2015
Charles Church has invited young homeowners of the future to come up with designs for their first house.
Charles Church, who are developing at nearby Sibly Park, asked pupils at Radstock Primary School, in Radstock Lane, Reading, to get their thinking caps on and let their imaginations loose to draw a picture of what they would want in their ideal home.
A huge box of Lego was on offer for the winning design and six-year-old Jiya Jadav, scooped the prize. Her colourful drawing included a traditional style of house with a balcony and beautiful gardens for her family to enjoy.Assistant sales manager Tania Lillie said: “Jiya’s design stood out. She has paid attention to the outside space as well as drawing the house with the traditional flower-lined path to the door. I especially liked that the garden has trees, a swimming pool, swings and a dining area. Jiya has clearly thought about all the things she likes doing and incorporated them in her design.”
Radstock Primary School head teacher Dru Derrick added: “Jiya put a lot of thought and attention to detail in her drawing and is a very worthy winner. I am sure she will enjoy playing with her big box of Lego and it won’t be long before she is creating some more home designs, this time in 3-D.” The school was also presented with two more boxes of Lego to assist with fundraising activities.
Sibly Park is an exciting new collection of four and five-bedroom homes, located in the beautiful town of Earley, on the outskirts of Reading, which is a 40-minute train commute to London. The surrounding schools are all highly sought after, the commuter links by road and rail are attracting many buyers, and the beauty of Redhatch Copse provides a welcome backdrop to the development.
Homes at Sibly Park are available from £469,950 .You can also take the opportunity to personalise your new home with the wide range of optional extras, including curtains, flooring and appliances.