The D’urton Heights of luxury
09 October 2020
One of the most-quoted reasons for moving to a new home is to gain more living space, says a Charles Church property expert.
Space to share, space to enjoy, space to relax.
Thankfully, those choosing to live at the luxury D’Urton Heights development in semi-rural Lancashire, have a wealth of room in which to spread out.
And, as sales director Diane Finch explains, that matters more than ever.
“This year, people have spent more time in their homes, and taken a fresh look at how they use the space available to them,” she said.
“Several have realised that their current home is not meeting their needs when the whole family is working from home or facing a Christmas cooped up together.
“Fortunately, the fantastic homes at D’Urton Heights offer all the practical space anyone could need, all created to high Charles Church standards and delivering a luxurious Lancashire lifestyle.”
The Burton style showhome is a case in point – beautifully designed spacious family accommodation spread over three floors.
“As everyone knows, the kitchen is always the heart of the home, and ours is a magnificent open plan living family kitchen, providing the perfect space for entertaining,” said Diane.
“A separate living room with feature fireplace delivers a grown-up room to relax, and a second reception room could be used for formal dining or – as we have done – to create a wonderful playroom for younger children.
“On the first floor this home boasts four good sized bedrooms, a family bathroom and a very useful jack-and-jill en suite, meaning an end to those early morning tussles for the shower!
“Then, at the top of the house, we have the very height of luxury – a spectacular main bedroom suite with a full wall of fitted wardrobes and a bathroom that would not look out of place in a boutique hotel. Who wouldn’t want their own private sanctuary like this?”
D’Urton Heights is located just four miles north of Preston city centre, close to road and rail links, excellent local schools and acres of open countryside, walks and the 21-mile Preston Guild Wheel cycle path.
Diane added: “Broughton is a lovely village, close to all of Preston’s amenities but still keeping that rural feeling that people want.
“Homes of up to £500,000 in England are now exempt from Stamp Duty meaning there are huge savings to be made. This could be just the help you need to get you moving into a sparkling new Charles Church home.”
For more information visit www.charleschurch.com/durton-heights or call 01772 286 530 to talk to an on-site sales executive.