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The Braemar


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Inside the Braemar...

It’s a welcoming start from the moment you step through the door, with a large hallway finished with a fresh lick of white paint and light coloured floor tiles. As illustrated for our designer, there is room for hallway furniture, and there’s a large cupboard under the stairs providing ideal storage. 

Stepping through the glazed door to the right, we find the lounge. It’s a spacious size and accentuated by a large window overlooking the landscaped front garden. The grand window dressings shown are included in the purchase price, and due to their neutral colour, would match well with almost any colour scheme. You’re also ready to go when it comes to entertainment, as there are TV and broadband connection points in this room, as well as USB sockets. All switches and sockets on the ground floor are chrome for a classy finish.

Kitchen Dining Room

The next room we come to is an expansive open plan kitchen and dining area. The worktop and storage space are excellent, and with the white and grey colour scheme chosen, you can add your own style to complement it. All of the kitchen appliances are integrated, including your microwave, oven, dishwasher, oven, hob, hood, and fridge freezer. On the back wall of the kitchen, we’ve gone for some geometric feature wallpaper with warm golden brown tones, adding a little bit of flair. In the kitchen, you have LED downlighting while the dining area is lit by a modern drop down celling light. Off the kitchen, you can also access a large utility area, which provides passage to the integral garage and the downstairs W.C.

Sunroom B

Moving through the dining area you’ll find the sunroom to the rear of the home. Continuing the geometric style, there is a large floor rug pulling some of the colours from the kitchen wall, as well as warm mood lighting and plenty of indoor plants, making the room feel cosy and inviting. You could use this space for anything, whether it’s a family fun area, a reading nook, or entertaining guests – or all of the above, as it can easily transform to suit your needs. 

Bedroom one

Upstairs, one of the highlights of this home is bedroom 1. The low hanging ceiling lights are a new twist on the classic bedside lamp, and look great against the backdrop of the textured feature wall. The symmetry of the bedside tables is very satisfying, and the large windows are once again showcased with curtains running the full width of the wall. The storage in this room is fantastic with two fitted wardrobes. For couples living together, this means a wardrobe each and no fighting over space! The bedroom also has its own private en-suite with shower. The vanity units provide room to tuck away all your bathroom bits and bobs, and there’s also a wall mirror, shaver socket and towel warmer all adding up to create a professional finish. There’s also a window letting in natural light. 

Heading to bedroom 2, we find another large room with plenty of unique quirks that make it feel special. Firstly, there’s the sloped ceiling with the window set back into the wall. It has all the character and charm of a traditional dormered Scottish home with the convenience of a brand new build. There’s also a fitted wardrobe keeping the room spacious and clutter free. The walls are fairly plain allowing the architecture to do the talking, but for one wall with a print of golden heather across it, and the earthy colours used throughout the room give it a natural appearance.

Bedroom two

Bedroom 3 has a mirrored wardrobe, making the room feel large and open. The ceiling light resembles a sun shining, and casts down on to a duvet cover with a similar pattern. There’s also a wooden desk and chair, showcasing the multifunctional use of the bedrooms. 

Finally, there’s one last bedroom which has been shown here as a child’s room. This is one for the animal lovers – we’re guessing there are at least 100 leopards in here, but we haven’t officially counted. There’s also a fitted wardrobe, and this room also has a subtle slope to the ceiling over at the window, adding an extra bit of detail. 

Completing the upper floor, there is a family bathroom stylishly finished with tiling around all walls. There’s a bath and shower, as well as vanity units, wall mirror and a towel warmer.

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