It’s that time of the week again when we take a look at the properties that you’ve shown the most love to over the past week. This week our road trip takes us to Basingstoke, Ipswich and then over to sunny Wales for a visit to Swansea. As always, we’re also going to take a look at a top property story from around the web, this week we’re talking about the 2017 Dulux colour of the year.
Our first stop today and making their Now Trending debut is Leicester Central, this £700/month well-presented 3-bed semi makes a perfect family home. This warm and comfortable property features a fully fitted modern kitchen with beautiful flooring, the home also boasts a good size garden, spacious living areas and off-street parking. Take a look at the full listing and find out more about making this house your home here.
Next, and scooping silver this week is Belvoir Ipswich with this modernised family home currently on the market for £235,000. This three bed home has a stunning sun room that overlooks the large garden, perfect for making sure the little ones are playing nicely! With parking off street and a single garage, this home is located in a perfect place for raising your family. Bedrooms one and two both feature built in wardrobes and the contemporary finish throughout makes this the perfect home to move straight into, with little work needed to be done. Take a look at the full property listing, here.
Belvoir Swansea have snatched the crown for the second week in a row, this stunning new build 2-bed apartment comes complete with an easy-to-maintain astroturfed garden, underfloor heating and spacious rooms. The modern kitchen definitely gets us all gooey eyed, too. The property is currently on the market for £895/month and would make a perfect new home for professionals, thanks to the excellent links to local amenities. Take a look at the full listing, here.
From the web
Paint experts Dulux have announced their colour of the year for 2017 – Denim Blue is the hue that they believe every interior design maverick will be painting the walls with next year. What do you think of the latest colour trend, will it be entering your home?