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Property of the Day: Gregorys Bank development in Worcester

Traditional 19th century grand design meets modern comforts in the three-floor Bishop property which visitors can look around this weekend.

Traditional 19th century grand design meets modern comforts in the three-floor Bishop property.
Traditional 19th century grand design meets modern comforts in the three-floor Bishop property.

An open weekend is being held at the new Gregorys Bank development in Worcester this Saturday and Sunday.

St Modwen Homes’ will be launching its five-bedroom Bishop property for the first time. Harking back to the grand traditional house designs of the 19th century but teamed with modern comforts, the Bishop covers three floors and is situated on a corner plot overlooking the Birmingham and Worcester canal.

It boasts higher than average ceilings along with bay windows on the ground and first floors, allowing natural light to flood through.

There is a large open-plan kitchen and dining area featuring integrated Miele appliances, along with a dual aspect lounge with French doors opening into the garden. An extra reception room can be used as an formal dining area, a study or a snug.

On the first floor are three large double bedrooms – two with their own en suite – along with a family bathroom featuring designer Vitra sanitaryware and eco-friendly Hansgrohe fittings. The top floor is taken up by two more double bedrooms and another bathroom. There is also a guest toilet downstairs. Designer fitted wardrobes feature in the showhome.

It enjoys a peaceful canalside setting on St Georges Lane North, and is just five minutes’ drive from Worcester city centre.

All new homes available under the Government’s Help to Buy scheme.

Guide Price: £425,000; there are also three-bed semis from £257,950.

 

To book an appointment to view the show home or get more information, call 0844 243 4888 or tap to visit www.stmodwenhomes.co.uk .

 
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