**360 VIRTUAL TOUR AVAILABLE** Contemporary, with a retro twist, practical and surprisingly affordable, the popular Accent park home is better than ever with a fresh new interior design scheme for 2020!
The exterior retains many of the popular features of its predecessor such as French doors to the fully glazed faade and feature CanExel cladding around the windows and to the roof dormer. A home designed to make the most of a view, the Accent lends itself perfectly to a decked area, giving the opportunity to open up the living space outside.
The spacious open-plan living area is contemporary and bright thanks to the feature glazing, vaulted, white-panelled ceiling and on-trend colour scheme of mustard, oatmeal and linen. Here, a corner sofa, a corner chaise and two large floor cushions provide comfort and style around a contemporary fire with stone effect surround. Scandinavian-style light oak furniture, rich, textured, full-length curtains and feature wallpaper in a retro, geometric pattern complete the styling.
The kitchen is semi-open plan, conveniently positioned next to the dining area. There's plenty of storage space, a full complement of integrated appliances and the space is lifted by feature lighting.
The bedrooms are warm and inviting with the same colour scheme that flows throughout. Hotel-style, wall-mounted headboards in a rich textured fabric, quietly emit quality, whilst contrasting bolsters and scatter cushions add style with a pinch of fun! The bathroom and en-suite are equally luxurious thanks to stylish vanity units with sit-on basins and illuminated mirrors.
Welford On Avon
Welford On Avon village is only 3 miles from Stratford-upon -Avon with associated services and facilities as well as the world renowned Shakespeare Theatre. Welford village was mentioned in the Domesday Book with a church on the site of St. Peter's during the 12th Century, and the May pole site listed during the 14th century. Formerly part of Gloucestershire, but now a Warwickshire village since 1931, Welford like most rural parishes, has its historical roots firmly based in agriculture and is still bordered by predominantly arable farmland. The population was listed as 516 at the time of the first census in 1801, by 2001 it had grown to 1,300. The village has a lively community with St. Peter's Church and Wesleyan Chapel, Infants School and many sports clubs, societies and village festivals. Cress Hill is a wooded area on the outskirts of the village, owned by the Parish Council and dedicated as a QE2 field in trust site. It is a public amenity space with picnic facility and far reaching views across the village.
LUXURY LIVING FOR THE OVER 50'S IN A STUNNING PEACEFUL LOCATION
SECURE GATED COMMUNITY
10 YEAR BUILD WARRANTY
LARGE OUTSIDE SPACE - VERY RARE ON PARK HOME SITES
PARKING FOR TWO CARS
COUNCIL TAX BAND A
NO STAMP DUTY PAYABLE
LOW MAINTENANCE FULLY GUARANTEED HOMES
LUXURY GLASS FRONTED BALCONIES INCLUDED , AND STORAGE SHED.
BOAT MOORINGS AVAILABLE.
MAIN BUS ROUTE TO STRATFORD AND EVESHAM JUST OUTSIDE WITH DISABILITY ACCESS
DOCTORS IN BIDFORD ON AVON AND STRATFORD UPON AVON JUST 3 MILES AWAY.