Award-winning housebuilder, Crest Nicholson, has opened the doors to its highly anticipated development of new homes for Wells, Bishop’s Brook.
The exquisite collection of high-specification two, three, four and five bedroom homes, has been stunningly designed in a traditional style to reflect the character of the surrounding architecture, while still offering all the modern comforts you’d expect with a new build home.
Sat in the heart of rural Somerset, in the historic city of Wells, Bishop’s Brook will also see the restoration of the Keward Brook and wildlife corridor that surrounds the development, along with the creation of a new recreational play space, providing a great environment for public enjoyment.
Laura Osborne, Senior Sales Manager at Crest Nicholson South West, said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to be launching this prestigious collection of new homes in the highly sought-after area of Wells. Not only is the development within walking distance of Wells town centre and its abundance of local amenities but many properties also boast stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
“The homes at Bishop’s Brook have been carefully designed to fit in perfectly with the traditional look of existing homes in the area and they are set in a truly stunning location. This combined with such an abundance of outdoor space for recreational use means they are sure to be a popular choice for a wide variety of house-hunters in the area.
“Our sales team is currently based at Palmer Snell Estate Agents, and we would urge homebuyers to get in touch with us today to learn more about this exciting development.”
One of the homes currently available at Bishop’s Brook is the three storey, three bedroom Halstead house. An ideal family home, On the ground floor you will find a spacious living room with French doors onto the garden, a separate kitchen/dining room and WC. The first floor consists of a family-sized bathroom, two excellent sized double bedrooms and a study. The second floor is what gives this home the real wow-factor, as it is entirely dedicated to the master suite, including a double bedroom with built in storage, an impressive en-suite, as well as a dedicated dressing area.
Prices at Bishop’s Brook under the Government funded Help to Buy scheme currently start from £196,000 for a three bedroom Halstead house, and £336,000 for a four bedroom Calder.