House hunters searching for their ideal new home in Matlock will welcome the news that HBF 5 star housebuilder, William Davis Homes is set to officially open its Treetops development by unveiling two spectacular showhomes.
Located off Asker Lane on the edge of the historic spa town, Treetops is a brand new development of two to five bedroom homes. To provide design inspiration and showcase the exceptional quality and craftsmanship of a William Davis home, sales consultants, Stephanie Holland and Fiona Truman are inviting potential purchasers to view the Chatsworth and the
Longford from Saturday 3 rd March.
“Although we’ve been selling successfully off-plan for a while, including to some returning, it’s always an exciting moment when we first open the showhomes,” said Stephanie. “Our purchasers are already telling us how much they admire the development’s location, impressive sloping layout and, of course, the stunning scenic views across the valley to Riber Castle. We’re now encouraging new house hunters to join us on Saturday 3 rd March to view our new showhomes and see for themselves why Treetops is the best address in Matlock.”
The Chatsworth and Longford form the focal point of Treetops’ bespoke sales area, which also features a dedicated sales centre, separate options suite and landscaped grounds framed by a decorative dry stone wall which incorporates reclaimed stone from the site.
Both showhomes are detached properties and include generous and flexible living space with open plan kitchen/diner and adjacent utility room, spacious lounge, separate dining room/study and family bathroom. The Longford has four good-sized bedrooms including en suite and fitted wardrobes to master, whilst the Chatsworth features five bedrooms arranged across two floors.
Whilst sharing a number of similarities including Symphony designer kitchens with Smeg appliances, the finishes in the Longford and Chatsworth differ. The Longford includes all the hallmarks of the William Davis Homes quality such as Hive, Porcelanosa and Roca fittings and appliances, whereas the Chatsworth features optional upgrades including kitchen appliances, Earthstone work surface, chrome switches, sockets and towel warmers plus hallway flooring.
Treetops features a collection of 14 different house types, including bespoke new designs such as the three bedroom Chater or five bedroom Hamble, which has an attractive three storey layout. House hunters can take advantage of Help to Buy and Part Exchange incentive schemes, as well as choose from William Davis Homes’ bespoke soft furnishings package.
Located partly in a conservation area yet with excellent access to Matlock town centre, homes at Treetops are selling off-plan now and include two to five bedroom properties from £199,000 – £550,000.