The five-bedroom, detached Knightsbridge II is one of a number of properties being built by Jones Homes at the new Van Dyk Village, between Barlborough and Whitwell Common.
A Knightsbridge II show home is now open for viewings at Jones Homes’ new Van Dyk Village, off the A619 between Barlborough and Whitwell Common.
The development comprises a selection of three, four and five-bedroom properties, with five Knightsbridge II and four Connaught II homes for sale.
The Knightsbridge II, priced from £634,995, comes with a detached double garage, and is described as “a contemporary five-bedroom home ideal for growing families”, while the five-bedroom Connaught II, priced from £619,995, comes with an integral double garage.
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Lucy Simpson, business development manager for interior design firm Clayton & Company, which styled the Knightsbridge II show home, says: "From the moment you enter the front door, there’s an instantly luxurious feel with the stylish, glass-panelled stairs.”
Jayne Swift, Jones Homes Yorkshire sales and marketing director, said: “The Knightsbridge II is a luxurious and well-designed property which showcases the high specification of the properties being built within Van Dyk Village.
“Visitors will get an insight not only into the high-quality design of these homes but also into the traditional village feel that we’ve recreated in this beautiful Derbyshire location.”
Lucy Simpson, Clayton & Company business development manager, said: “Our talented interior designer Fran Spooner styled the show home to reflect real family living while keeping to Jones Homes’ signature elegant style.
Lucy says: "Located at the rear of the property, this charming 20-feet living room features rich blue and green tones for a touch of opulence, while offering an expanse of space for the whole family to come together. With bi-folding doors leading into the garden, the space is flooded with natural light and will be perfect in the coming months for letting in the fresh air of a bright, sunshine-filled day. As well as the deep tone plush rich blue sofas, we also included two softer blue armchairs by the door to add a tranquil area for looking out onto the lovely garden.”
“Throughout the home, we’ve brought together a mixture of chromes, golds, and splashes of rich colours and textures to create an opulent appearance.”
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Lucy says: “The pristine white cabinets and sleek marble counters create a bright, airy space which is enhanced by the carefully positioned downlights."
Lucy says: “The Knightsbridge II enjoys a spacious open-plan kitchen and family area, located at the rear of the property, which is both luxurious yet family-oriented. The light wood-effect floor contrasts nicely with the emerald-green dining chairs to match the overall contemporary design of the room.”