Hayfield Oaks Show Home priced at £1.1million

Hayfield Oaks Show Home priced at £1.1million

Hayfield has released its most prestigious home to date, which has a price tag of £1.1million. The four-bedroom Abbey show home at Hayfield Oaks in Woburn Sands will be marketed complete with all the bespoke-made furniture and accessories.

The lavish show home, which features bespoke-made beds and wall panelling, has been designed by the multi award-winning team at Lifestyle Interiors.

Kelly Sharman, Sales and Marketing Director at five-star housebuilder Hayfield said: “We have had so many enquiries about this house already, but as it is the show home for the development, it has been kept off the price list. With over 90% of Hayfield Oaks now matched with buyers, we are delighted to be able to release it for sale. This is a unique opportunity for the eventual buyer to live in a beautiful new home that has been interior designed from top to bottom.”

The 2,240 sq ft Abbey home features a spacious hallway, a well-proportioned dual aspect living room, and a spectacular kitchen/diner. Bi-fold doors lead out onto the landscaped garden. The ground floor layout also incorporates a utility room, cloakroom and a double garage. Upstairs, the principal bedroom benefits from a designer en-suite and a dressing room. The second bedroom also has its own en-suite, while a family bathroom is positioned next to bedrooms three and four. In addition, there is also a dedicated study situated off the landing.

Hayfield Oaks’ seven unique house designs are being constructed in red brick, with render features and part-tiled hanging elevations. Each bespoke kitchen includes a range of built-in Neff appliances, as well as an instant hot tap. All homes have underfloor heating throughout the ground floor, with the Abbey also benefitting from electric underfloor heating to the upstairs, Laufen bathrooms and en-suites. Fitted wardrobes are installed into the principal and second bedrooms. The home also benefits from an alarm and Sonos sound system. Other details include Minoli ceramic tiles, heritage bronze ironmongery, Farrow & Ball paint and Ring doorbells.

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