March 30, 2021
The doors have opened at Hayfield Wood in the Wiltshire village of Broad Blunsdon. The unique development of 70 luxury homes and bungalows features sound-deadened studies, electric car charging points and a new woodland featuring 4,755 native trees and shrubs. The 16-acre scheme will also include a new community shop, café and wildflower meadow.
An elegant yet striking five-bedroom show home by Lifestyle Interiors has been styled to illustrate a fresh bold approach to show home design. It features statement monochrome furniture and accessories, which is the iconic runway style trend of 2021.
Kelly Sharman, Sales and Marketing Director for five-star homebuilder Hayfield said: “Hayfield Wood presents an opulent, eco-friendly contrast to other new homes recently built in this part of Wiltshire. The first 11 off-plan homes that we released for sale prior to the development opening its doors have already been matched with buyers, illustrating the demand for a scheme which harmoniously blends luxury living with being at one with nature.
“Electric car charging points and efficient underfloor heating are some of the eco features which will contribute to lower running costs, while the installation of sound-deadened studies and ultra-fast broadband will enable the future homeowners to reduce their carbon footprint further by having a dedicated workspace at home. We are really looking forward to welcoming people into the inspiring show home, adhering to our Covid-19 Safe Operating Procedure.”
Hayfield Wood is located off Sams Lane in the old historic core of Broad Blunsdon, close to local amenities and schooling. The show home is open daily between 10am – 5pm and prices for the current release of three, four and five-bedroom houses range from £375,000 to £630,000, with incentives available on selected homes. Two-bedroom bungalows will be included in future releases.
Gemma Schofield, Managing Director at Lifestyle Interiors said: “We have taken inspiration from commercial galleries and boutique hotels for the Hayfield Wood show home, which combines the richness of architectural features, luxurious textures and couture detailing with the contrast of strong prints, monochrome shades and reflective elements. The key to creating a successful monochrome interior is allowing one shade to be the dominant partner. The absence of colour here provides a beautifully calm and restful interior, featuring art deco inspired lighting and bespoke-made furniture. We really hope it inspires people to be bold with their own home décor.”
The collection of homes will feature Hayfield’s luxurious specification, including bespoke Manor Interiors kitchens, ROCA and Laufen bathrooms, Minoli ceramic tiles, heritage bronze ironmongery, key lighting features and Farrow & Ball paint.
Hayfield Wood has been designed around an array of mature trees that are being retained and incorporated within the expansive development area. Meanwhile, the newly planted woodland will stretch to well over an acre, creating a natural landscape buffer with the neighbouring 13th Century St Leonard’s Church.
Broad Blunsdon lies six miles north of the centre of Swindon, with the A419 forming the village’s southern boundary. The sought-after village was mentioned in the Domesday Book. Following thorough analysis of the existing high-quality architectural vernacular, the selection of house designs are being constructed in a mix of red brick and reconstituted stone, taking inspiration from traditional properties in the village.