The Hardwick is the centrepiece of the Petersfield development, a GRAND FIVE bedroom home with a large open reception hallway with boot room/ utility room adjacent. A large lounge with bi-folding doors. A large study/ playroom/ summer room to the rear. A large open plan kitchen diner completes the ground floor. An open winding staircase leads upstairs to four large double bedrooms. The master bedroom has a full size en-suite shower room and a walk in wardrobe area and there is a family bathroom too. On the second floor there is a further bedroom or office space with a full en suite bathroom. Outside, there is a separate garage and off road parking for at least three cars. The exterior is complemented with a large garden and paved patio area.
Three Storey Living with approximately 2346 ft2 of accommodation
On this unique development of fourteen, three, four and five bed detached dwellings, the homes are of contemporary design with generously sized interiors. The development lies within the rural village setting of New Tupton, located three miles south of the historic market town of Chesterfield.
The homes have been designed with a 'modern twist'. This is apparent in the styling and execution of the frontage of the homes. Each style of home has a design feature which creates a unique feeling of the contemporary, without being so radical as to be of a very particular taste. This is done with inspiration and hints from 1920s architecture, combined with coloured silicone renders for a flavour of the modern. All this is achieved whilst still providing the amenity and functionality that is expected from a new home.
These homes sit around a modern 'shared space street'. This shared surface is designed to create a more informal space, one which is not dominated by vehicles and where pedestrians are not segregated to footpaths. This modern street layout creates a more relaxed space where vehicles are slowed by the lack of the usual defined boundaries, which in turn helps pedestrians feel at ease on the street surface. The street will be surfaced in a contrasting material to ensure that pedestrians and vehicle drivers alike understand that they have entered an enclosed, shared space.