Property seekers looking for a luxury new home in the Leicestershire countryside can now get a real feel for life at the exclusive Swing Bridge Wharf development in Moira following the release of the first interior CGIs.
Located in the heart of the National Forest in Leicestershire, the Wheatcroft Homes development has received strong interest with four of the nine new homes already reserved. East Midlands property developer Wheatcroft Homes started on site earlier this year, after acquiring the site in July 2018.
The former warehouse site is being transformed into a mixture of three and four bedroom family homes, including both semi-detached and detached properties, which all boast scenic views overlooking the Ashby Canal.
Catherine Haward, Director of Wheatcroft Homes, said: “We are delighted to finally reveal what these fantastic family homes are going to look like inside.
“The homes, which have been designed to maximise the stunning countryside views, by installing large windows and balconies, aren’t directly overlooked by any other properties to the front or rear – this is a real added benefit for future residents.
“All the homes are ideal for family living and perfect for entertaining guests, with an open plan kitchen and dining area, with some properties benefitting from a garage, as well as off road parking for two cars and a private rear garden. Owners of the four bed properties can stay warm and cosy with a wood burning stove in the lounge area and can also enjoy cooking in the contemporary fully fitted kitchen, complete with integrated appliances, including a stainless steel double oven, gas hob, cooker hood and microwave by Neff and an integrated dishwasher and fridge freezer by Hotpoint.
“All properties at Swing Bridge Wharf will also benefit from high end features including handmade bespoke kitchens, solid oak or quartz worktops, ceramic tiled floors, ceramic Belfast sinks, Duravit sanitary ware and Hansgrohe taps.”
The countryside development offers a host of activities and local attractions with direct access to the public footpath running along the Ashby Canal and the Moira Furnace Museum, Country Park and Craft Village all within close walking distance, making it perfectly suited to families.
Catherine added: “One of things that makes Wheatcroft Homes different is our focus on making each of our developments unique, tailored to suit the specific location and setting. This is an attractive selling point for those interested in purchasing a new build home, but not wanting the same house design available in another development elsewhere.”
Swing Bridge Wharf is being marketed by local property agent Newton Fallowell with the first of the new homes due to be completed in time for residents to move in for Christmas 2019.