What a weekend! Dozens of would-be buyers came along to the unveiling of the new show home at our in-demand Turpin’s Chase development.
The big reveal gave house hunters the opportunity to explore the stunning four-bedroom Thornton show home, stylishly dressed by our expert team of interior designers, and also take a look around our Turpin’s Chase development, located in the charming East Yorkshire village of Welton.
Following the launch weekend, the show home is now open for homebuyers to take a tour and experience the quality and style that sets Beal apart.
Our talented team has designed the Turpin’s Chase show home with relaxing neutrals and greys, warm wood tones and striking black accents throughout.
Highlights are the stylish open-plan kitchen, dining and sunroom space, which boasts an impressive two-tier island featuring a stylish black sink.
Large bi-fold doors flood the kitchen with masses of natural light and lead the way to a sunny patio area in the good-sized and beautifully-landscaped garden.
The large adjoining utility room provides plenty of additional storage, designed to keep everyday clutter out of sight behind closed doors!
Upstairs the master bedroom features fitted wardrobes and a stylish en-suite shower room with modern black fixtures and fittings.
We’ve also turned the fourth bedroom into a dedicated office, perfect for working from home.
Jamie Barrington, our Sales Operations Manager, said: “Our Turpin’s Chase show home launch weekend was a great success.
“Visitors really enjoyed looking around the Thornton show home and experiencing the exceptional quality of design that it showcases.
“Many of them also took time to explore Turpin’s Chase and see many of the other house types that make up this outstanding development.”
Turpin’s Chase features a collection of three, four and five-bedroom homes, and three-bedroom bungalows, with prices ranging from £310,000 to £500,000, in the sought-after village of Welton.
Centred around historic St Helen’s Church, Welton is thought to be around 900 years old, and offers both convenience for commuters and stunning countryside close to hand, with the picturesque Wolds Way, Elloughton Dale and Brantingham Dale all nearby.
Turpin’s Chase reflects Welton’s rich history, as it is named after infamous highwayman Dick Turpin, who was captured at the village’s 17th century coaching inn, The Green Dragon, in 1738.
Come and pay our new Turpin’s Chase show home a visit! Doors are open Thursday to Monday, 10am to 5pm. You can also visit our new Showroom and Design Lounge, open seven days a week from 10am to 5pm, to discover the Beal difference. Find us at Bridgehead business park, Hessle, East Yorkshire HU13 0GW.
Pictures by R&R Studio.