It is not always easy to get a good work/life balance but help is at hand at Linden Homes Western’s new Impact development in Midsomer Norton.
Among the house styles available is The Stratton, a four-bedroom, three-storey home that also offers a large work space above the garage.
Clive Wiltshire, Managing Director of Linden Homes Western, said: “We are well known for designing homes that reflect modern living and The Stratton offers the perfect solution to the rising demand for home working. Alternatively the space could equally be used as a games or hobby room.”
On the ground floor, The Stratton has a large open plan kitchen, dining and living area as well as a handy cloakroom, while the first floor has a living room with balcony and the master bedroom with en-suite bathroom. On the second floor are three further bedrooms – one of which also benefits from a balcony – and a family bathroom.
The development in Nightingale Way has attracted a large amount of interest with all of the three-bedroom homes already sold. It is located within easy access of Bath and Bristol and the M4 and M5 motorways.
Linden Homes offers home buyers a range of flexible moving schemes such as Help to Buy*, Part Exchange* and Assisted Move*. It is also offering to pay the Stamp Duty on any new home bought and completed before the end of June at the site, which could save home buyers more than £8,000.
The show home is open daily from 10am to 5pm. For more information call 0844 488 3061.
* Subject to scheme rules
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03 April 2013