A new show home on a popular Chippenham development proved a real hit on its launch weekend.

Persimmon Homes Wessex launched its new Hatfield style property at Birds Marsh View, off Hill Corner Road.

The beautifully designed show home has been stylishly decorated and furnished to give buyers an insight into the lifestyle that they could enjoy in one of the stunning new homes.

Pauline Fletcher, Persimmon Homes Wessex sales and marketing director, said: “Birds Marsh View is a particularly popular development and we look forward to welcoming visitors to our fantastic new show home.

“It’s one thing looking at plans, but a development really comes to life when people can step inside a show home to get an idea of what is on offer.

“The development is proving to be a real property hotspot with buyers looking to stay in the area. With five different house types available, we really have something to suit every type of buyer.”

The Hatfield benefits from an open plan kitchen/diner, a separate utility room, a bright front aspect living room and a downstairs cloakroom. Upstairs there are three bedrooms, including a master bedroom with en suite, as well as a spacious family bathroom.

Pauline added: “We have seen lots of interest in the development. We have had a number of reservations and we’d urge anyone interested to visit us soon to make sure they secure their preferred plot.”

There is range of two and three-bedroom homes at birds Marsh View, with prices starting at £224,995.

The building work at the development has created dozens of jobs and Persimmon has committed to invest in the local area to help improve education, road infrastructure and public transport.

The scheme includes substantial areas of publicly accessible open space including a Village Green, play areas and allotments.

Birds Marsh view marketing suite is open from 11am to 6pm, Thursday through to Monday.

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