Hygge Park in Keynsham has been meticulously designed to fit with and enhance everyday life with open and broken-living homes, inspiring connection between dining, working and relaxing areas and removing boundaries.
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Keynsham is a market town conveniently located between Bristol and Bath, providing a way of life that’s a calming contrast to the buzz of those two major cities.
Community is important here, and there are regular local events and festivals throughout the year, which bring people together. The Winter Festival brings some welcome cheer to November, while the Music Festival draws happy summer crowds to the Memorial Park. The Somerset Farmers’ Market also sets out its stalls once a month in the centre of Keynsham, offering the community some of the finest West Country produce and crafts.
And if you’re into sport and pastimes, the town has a great choice of clubs. Sporting types can join up to play cricket, football, rugby and bowling, or go fishing and swimming. Photography and chess enthusiasts have their own societies too.
We hear a lot about the decline of the traditional high street, but Keynsham is fighting back with a number of independent shops, where individuality, expertise and above all, personal service rule the day.
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Award-winning property developer Crest Nicholson is unveiling the first of its new Aurora Open Living Collection of innovatively designed homes at Hygge Park, Keynsham. Opening to the public on Saturday 16th March, Hygge Park is the first development to launch the exclusive new collection.
The homes at Hygge Park have been meticulously designed to fit with and enhance everyday life.
Rather than thinking about conventional rooms, we created flexible spaces, which don’t dictate how they have to be used. Instead, they encourage the connectivity between the dining, working and relaxing areas of your home.
The innovative layouts are based on the principle of bright, airy, interconnected spaces which flow seamlessly together. They have bi-fold doors, maximising light and space, and connecting you to all areas of your home, inside and out. Natural light floods through unfussy windows, the materials robust and natural. The look is streamlined, sophisticated with a nod to Scandinavian design. Large unrestricted wall and floor areas allow you to hand your favourite artworks and place your big sofa and table just where you need it.
These are homes designed for the way you really want to live now.
The kitchens at Hygge Park are bespoke designs from Stolz Kitchens, who build high quality, aspirational German kitchens and were commissioned by Crest Nicholson to create a different and forward thinking solution for the Aurora Collection.
The brief was to design quality kitchen furniture that would sit comfortably within the open living space, making the kitchen the true heart of the home, rather than a separate entity.
Inspired by the cutting edge kitchen designs researched at the International Euro Cucina show in Milan, Stolz and Crest Nicholson put together a look based on natural tones with accents of colour, softened edges, open shelving and colour blocking with the emphasis on the vertical rather than the horizontal. This works particularly well when the kitchen sits centrally between the living and dining areas, as featured in many Aurora Collection homes. It is not only beautiful but practical too!
A full range of Bosch appliances in brushed steel perfectly complements the smooth lines of the units and makes kitchen life pleasurable and efficient.
Energy efficiency is always a major consideration when we design our homes. In an open living floorplan, it’s especially important. Those at Hygge Park have the most up to date energy saving features, including low energy lighting and heating that can be controlled with an app, via a Heatmiser neoHub. The generously proportioned windows allow the maximum amount of natural light to flood in.
New homes are six times more energy-efficient and generate over 60% less CO2 emissions than older style homes, helping you to reduce what you'll need to sped on utility bills.
The highly insulated walls, roofs and ground floors exceed current building regulations - keeping the cold air out and warm air in.
Unpleasant drafts are a thing of the past and soundproofing is improved to reduce disturbance, ensuring your home really is your sanctuary.
The result is greater year-round temperature efficiency at lower cost and consuming less CO2.
Sanitaryware from Roca’s The Gap range has pared-back, space-saving modern lines and is perfect for Hygge Park’s Scandi-style interiors. Note that we’ve included low-flow options to help you manage your water usage.
Our kitchens and bathrooms are fitted with contemporary water-saving Hansgrohe mixer taps which provide innovative Air Power Technology. APT mixes air with water to create a softer, more voluminous and luxurious water flow. Hansgrohe taps and shower mixers fit the aesthetic too.
Enjoy your perfect bath water temperature; thermostatic bath and shower mixers give you precision temperature control for your comfort and safety. Better features that provide a saving in water, energy and costs.
The best building features and innovations are almost invisible – you don't even notice them.
You just find that your home is more comfortable, more efficient and more economical. We've highlighted some of the benefits you may experience in your new home.
Double glazed windows are low maintenance and maximise natural daylight in your home.
The innovative coated glass is highly thermally efficient which helps keep the house warmer in winter and cooler in summer. When closed, they are a perfect airtight fit.
Say goodbye to cold drafts – and enjoy cosy winter months.