Home Property New homes launched at historic market town Bury St Edmunds

New homes launched at historic market town Bury St Edmunds

by LLP Editor
10th Oct 19 1:47 pm

Weston Homes are delighted to unveil a new show apartment for prospective buyers at their development Millers Quarter, Bury St Edmunds. Recently launched, the new show apartment provides 966 sq. ft. of stylish living space and showcases the new ‘Generation 2’ bathroom design by Weston Homes. The launch of the new show apartment coincides with recent sales success at Millers Quarter, with over 30% of the 135 units sold. The first residents at Millers Quarter moved into their homes in July, and completions will continue as the development progresses.The beautifully designed space is the first show apartment to include Weston Home’s new ‘Generation 2’ bathroom specification. This upgraded specification includes new colour tiles, new shower designs and new sinks. The bathroom specification also includes Fascino digitally controlled Smart taps, showers and baths, a smart mirror with LED lighting, vanity units with storage space, heated chrome towel rails and low-level LED strip lighting.  Purchasers will also have a choice of three colour packages allowing them to pick their own floor and wall tiles, both with a matt finish.Fully furnished, the new show apartment is fitted with all of the features available when purchasing any Millers Quarter apartment. Providing two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a kitchen/ living/ dining area, the apartment is designed in contemporary style with a colour palette of warm neutral tones with hints of blush and grey.The show apartment epitomises the high specification and standard of the Millers Quarter apartments. Including a designer fitted kitchen with Zanussi integrated appliances, a choice of designer kitchen units by Oakwood Kitchens and Fascino taps and sinks. The apartment also includes forest oak doors with polished chrome ironmongery, with matching wrapped door-lining, architraves and skirtings, a choice of white or ebony oak strip wood flooring to the entrance hall, dining area and kitchen, as well as a choice of carpet in the bedrooms.Bob Weston, Chairman and CEO of Weston Homes said, “This new show apartment is the ideal way to give potential buyers a glimpse into the new five-star ‘Generation 2’ bathroom specification on offer in our Millers Quarter development. The impeccable design of the apartments and attractive location of the development are two qualities that are attributable for the recent sales success of the apartments, which we expect will continue.”The architecture of Bury St Edmunds has little changed since its first development and the town offers an array of cobbled streets and picturesque Medieval and Georgian Squares. Lining these streets and squares are an array of popular high street brands as well as small boutique shops, all within walking distance of Millers Quarter.Most conveniently, the Arc Shopping Centre is a ten-minute walk from Millers Quarter. It has a choice of 38 shopping outlets, including Debenhams, Hotel Chocolat and Monsoon as well as a variety of well-known coffee shops and restaurants such as Costa, Nando’s and Wagamama. The Apex, an award-winning arts venue, is also found within the Arc.It hosts a range of events throughout the year including food and drink festivals, art exhibitions and concerts as well as many exciting entertainment events for the whole family. If you have heavy shopping, it is a three-minute bus journey from the Arc right to the doors of Millers Quarter. Close to Millers Quarter in the centre of Bury St Edmunds are also a variety of award-winning restaurants that offer a range of international food. For a fine dining experience, head to The Angel or Maison Bleue – both a ten-minute walk from Millers Quarter. For those who prefer a more traditional menu The Station pub can be found close by. Pubs and bars are also plentiful with The Nutshell pub once listed as the Smallest Pub in the World in the Guinness Book of World Records.

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