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- Potters Bar
Highly specified new homes within touching distance of London
Positioned adjacent to the A1, M1 and M25 just 13 miles north of London, Potters Bar appeals to professionals, families and couples in search of a more relaxed domestic life experience that’s within touching distance of the City. A forthcoming residential development of eight 3 bedroom semi-detached and one 4 bedroom detached homes by Brookworth Homes will contribute to the residential modernisation of Potters Bar by providing highly specified properties that exceed every expectation.
With impressively spacious accommodation of over 1060 sq.ft in 3 bedroom properties and in excess of 1430 sq.ft in the 4 bedroom plot, each home is designed, configured and specified to an exceptional standard. Locally sourced materials and exterior design ensures the character of this development complements the variety of architectural nuances present in the town whilst being fresh and modern in their own right. Exposed red brick, decorative tile hanging and prominent gabling creates a highly desirable effect, whilst inside contemporary features include under floor heating, integrated branded appliances in kitchens and fully fitted flooring and carpeting throughout. While bathrooms benefit from pre-mounted mirrors and vanity units, fitted soft-close wardrobes to bedrooms and high quality internal doors furnished with polished chrome ironmongery contribute to the interior aesthetics.
Modern lifestyle expectations are also met with provision for high speed broadband, satellite and cable TV as fitted smoke detectors and an intruder alarm system, by leading specialists Bespoke Alarms, provide around the clock protection and peace of mind.
Potters Bar, Herts
Surrounded by woodlands, meadows and nature walks, Potters Bar is a traditional, yet evolving, English town that promises a low-octane pace of life in stark contrast to the City of London where many of its residents will head for during the working week. Just as the town centre promises a variety of retail and dining options to experience, nearby King George V field and award-winning Oakmere Park provide welcome outdoor retreats away from the hustle and bustle, with the former boasting a Japanese Garden, lake and wildflower meadows. As a residential destination appreciated for its commuter-belt positioning, the nearby A1, M1 and M25, along with its central railway station provide a plethora of opportunities to travel and explore far and beyond the appeal of the immediate vicinity.