POPESWOOD MANOR is a new development in Binfield that fuses country living with the modern world and a special open event this weekend will allow you to see the homes for yourself.
The manor house has been sympathetically restored and converted into five grand apartments and a three-storey townhouse.
And complementing the restoration are three new-build cottages and four apartments. Each have been designed to fit in with the manor’s grounds and they all have some of the highest specifications of fittings to ensure that they have a contemporary luxury feel.
Called Woodview Cottage, Hunters Cottage and Bramley Cottage, the three homes have large gardens backing on to open fields with views of the Southern Chiltern Hills.
The cottages have been designed to fit perfectly within their surroundings with a look dating back to an era of classical architecture. Internally the cottages provide living spaces compatible with modern trends and embrace the outstanding location within this prestigious private development.
Inside, the spacious living rooms are located at the front and all benefit from large windows which fill the space with natural light.
The kitchen/dining room flows into the family area and conservatory which has been designed to maximise the far-reaching views over countryside beyond the landscaped gardens.
Traditional shaker style kitchen units are finished with quartz stone worktops and fitted with the latest siemens appliances. The kitchen has been designed and specified to maximise the useable space and natural light of the house and to complement the other finishes in each home.
Three well appointed bedrooms are complemented by luxurious bathrooms and en-suites, fitted with bespoke vanity units, which round off an entirely unique package provided by these attractive cottages.
They have been built by Westbourne Homes, which specialises in bespoke developments across the Home Counties.
They are available to buy via Richard Worth’s Rose Street office in Wokingham.
There is a special showhome launch event this Saturday and Sunday. It is open between 10am and 4pm. Entry is free.
For more details, call 01344 311 110 or log on to www.richard-worth.co.uk