We are proud to present a unique development of fourteen, three and four bed detached dwellings. These 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 development comprises of five 'Elvin' four bedroom detached homes, five 'Howard' three bedroom detached homes, two grand 'Hardwick' four bedroom homes and two 'Stainsby' three bedroom dormer homes.
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.
The Developer is registered with the governments 'Help to buy scheme' which aims to make the purchasing of a new build property more affordable. This is achieved by the the Government scheme providing an equity loan of up to twenty percent of the value of your property. This loan is interest free for five years.
The Petersfield development is located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, Elvin Way, in the rural village setting of New Tupton, just three miles south of Chesterfield just off the A61.
The M1 is less than ten minutes away which gives access to Nottingham, Derby and Sheffield city centers within a thirty minute drive.
Chesterfield enjoys excellent transport links with a well connected train station and numerous coach and bus services. Chesterfield sits on the edge of the Peak district national park which is only fifteen minutes drive away.
Interior Finishes & Specifications
Below is a brief description of the finishes and specifications for the Petersfield development. These are an illustration of the type of specification for the finished homes. The details below may be subject to change. A final specification can be discussed with the developer
There are to be numerous styles of fitted kitchens to choose from. Within these choices will be all styles to suit all tastes, with such styles as shaker, cream/ White/ blue gloss, traditional panels, wooden, and more contemporary slab styles
Complimented with a choice of high quality laminate worktops in complimentary colours and styles
Option to upgrade to acrylic worktops should you desire
Kitchens will be fitted with tiled splashbacks with several choices of colours and styles
Kitchens will be fitted with integrated branded appliances with an extractor hood, fridge/freezer, oven and hob supplied as standard
Dishwashers can be added to the design if desired
Bathrooms are to be as broadly as shown on the floor plans with the main bathroom furnished with a bath and separate shower cubicle.
Shower will be a contemporary thermostatic mixer type with adjustable slide rail and multi function head
Shower areas will be backed with waterproof paneling in a choice of styles to provide a maintenance free modern look, and will have a quality glazed shower enclosure with chrome fittings and trim
Taps to be of a contemporary chrome style
Bathroom suite will be of a modern style in white, with water efficient low flush WC with six / three litre flush
Coordinating tiling in different styles to choose from
Tiling will be installed at half height around the bathroom walls for an easy to maintain bathroom, although a full tiled room can be provided if desired
Towel ring and toilet roll holder to compliment
Joinery & Internal Finishes
Skirting boards shall be of a contemporary 'lambs tongue' style, with architraves to match.
Doors are to be of a lacquered wood panel type as standard, although other styles are possible. Modern chrome/ satin chrome lever handles and door furniture
The staircase balustrades are to be component type with stainless steel fittings to compliment. Other balustrade options are possible
Fitted wardrobes are available if desired
Glazing & Internal Doors
Window frames are to be maintenance free UPVC of the high quality, with multi-point locking which secures the window to the frame, making it virtually impossible for the window to be forced open
Window frames are to be glazed with the highest specification 'triple glazing'. This glazing helps the dwelling reach its energy efficiency targets, as well as reducing the sweating that 'double glazing' suffers from. This sweating is a side effect from the modern, more air tight homes that are built today
The rear external doors are to be fully glazed french doors which will open the dining areas into the gardens, bringing the outdoors, indoors
The entranceway doors to the front are to be of an easy access type without a raised threshold, thus eliminating any trip hazard or obstruction for baby buggies or wheelchairs. The doors are to be of composite type with high security, multi point locking which secure the , making it virtually impossible for unauthorised entry. These doorways are served by easy access ramps.
Central Heating & Hot Water
Central heating is to be provided by a state of the art, condensing combination gas boiler. This type of boiler provides the highest economy possible and keeps heating costs down
Hot water is provided 'on demand' by the boiler. This ensures that there is always an endless stream of hot water available.
Sockets and switches in white, to all rooms. Other finishes on accessories are possible
Television, satellite and telephone sockets located where necessary
Low energy consumption LED lighting to all areas
Exterior lighting to front and back
In house entertainment systems available if desired
LED mood lighting in living area available if desired
Home networking points available if desired
Gardens to front and rear to be turfed
Driveways to be tarmacadam for ease of maintenance and durability
Paved pathway and patio area
Wheeled bin storage area to rear
Planting of trees and shrubs to approved design
The rear and side of the homes are to have brickwork and timber perimeter walling as per approved design.
Home construction is of a 'traditional' brick and block type. Not timber framed.
Homes are provided with full 'Energy Performance Certificates' (EPCs), which declare the fabric efficiency of the home along with anticipated running costs
Homes benefit from a 10 year NHBC Buildmark warranty
All homes are sold on a 'Freehold' basis