For many families, broken-plan layouts are an increasingly popular and versatile way of living, establishing connectivity between rooms but also offering privacy and an alternative to open-plan homes. Crest Nicholson’s final home at Upper Longcross in Chertsey, Surrey is designed and styled with broken-plan living in mind. The Elsenham house-type works functionally to provide a contemporary and practical four-bedroom family home.
Marcus Evans, Sales and Marketing Director Crest Nicholson Regeneration, comments: “Our broken plan homes have been created in direct response to customer feedback, as we’ve had many purchasers telling us they struggled to envision furniture and how their home would look with other floorplan styles. As a result, we have carefully considered wall placements across many of our developments, allowing purchasers to find the perfect floorplan to suit their lifestyle. We’re already seeing a strong response particularly among family purchasers, with parents saying the flexible layout allows them to have designated ‘quiet zones’ where children can do their homework or play in separate rooms.”
Living room: The interiors of the Elsenham reflect the Scandinavian inspired aesthetic of the development as a whole and appeal to all types of families. The separate living room provides the ideal space for entertaining and features a traditional wood burner to enjoy in the cooler months.
Kitchen / dining room: The flexible kitchen and dining area is a multifunctional room that can be used for a variety of purposes depending on the individual family’s needs. Double doors open out to the generous rear garden.
Upstairs study area: Making the most of the large glazed windows to maximise natural light and space lends an airy ambience to the property and its broken-plan layout. Practical open spaces can be maximised through clever use of furniture, to maintain brightness and offering a sense of privacy for, studying or working.
Master bedroom: Upstairs, four generous bedrooms offer the perfect retreat for parents, teenagers and children alike. The master bedroom and bedroom 2 both benefit from fitted wardrobes and luxurious en suite bathrooms.
Forming part of Surrey’s newest Garden Village, the beautiful collection of homes at Upper Longcross are nestled within mature woodlands and swathes of open countryside, whilst being convenient for commuters. Upper Longcross station is within walking distance of the homes and offers direct links into London Waterloo in under an hour. By car, the M3 and M25 are easily accessible.
The Elsenham is currently available from £875,000. For more information, please visit www.crestnicholson.com/developments/upper-longcross or call the sales team on 01932 967020