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Award-winning developer Crest Nicholson has announced the launch of live / work homes at its Finberry development in Kent. The homes are designed so that residents are able to enjoy working at home, without it taking over their lives. Specially designed to combine comfortable living space with a purpose-built workspace, these homes offer residents the best of both worlds.

More and more people are choosing to run businesses from homes, which means that it’s no longer just about saving on office rent and commuting costs; it’s also an opportunity to reduce your carbon footprint and achieve a much better work-life balance. Live / work units at Finberry have been specifically designed with a self-contained office and a stylish, spacious home – both located under one roof.

The live / work units at Finberry fit seamlessly into this already-established, 21st century development. These brand-new enterprise hubs sit at the heart of the development, and have been completed to the highest Crest Nicholson standards. Kitchens arrive fitted with fully-integrated appliances, while bathrooms are finished with contemporary Roca Gap sanitaryware. Energy-efficient gas fired central heating, meanwhile, means that residents can expect cheaper energy bills.

Annette Cole, Sales and Marketing Director at Crest Nicholson Eastern, said: “Our brand-new live / work units provide a better working environment for residents, as the homes have been tailored to suit their own personal needs. Aside from saving money on overheads for office or parking spaces, residents in our live / work units are able to use their own money on the things they want to, without worrying about travel costs affecting their business.”

“Live / work units increase work productivity for residents, and we’re expecting the units to be in extremely high demand. We would urge prospective buyers to register their interest now if they wish to secure their new dream home at this stylish 21st century development in Kent.”

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