THE HIGHLY anticipated first property in the exclusive new, Bramcote development has been released to market, with the public being able to see inside for the first time next Saturday (18 November).
Located at Chilwell Lane, the boutique development comprises of five homes with the first five bedroom, 2,400 sq ft property now being released. With top-of-the-line features and having been completed to the highest possible standard, the agent – FHP Living – expects a considerably level of interest at the open day.
“This is a really exciting development in an absolutely fantastic location,” said Ian Marriott, associate director at FHP Living.

“We’ve already had interest from those looking to be close to the first-rate schools in the area as well as people attracted to the property’s proximity to the A52 and M1 – it’s perfect for those who commute to work outside of the city.
“The house itself is three storeys; two of the bedrooms have en-suites and it boasts two excellent sized reception rooms which are light, airy and spacious, making it the perfect family home or an ideal property for someone looking for more space,” continued Ian.
With a south facing kitchen, the property benefits two large, rear-facing bi-folded doors which let a large amount of light in, flooding the kitchen area with sunlight and allowing easy access to the patio and garden. The kitchen is from the British, award-winning brand Kesseler – with Neff appliances and a contemporary handleless design throughout.
Oak has been used throughout the ground floor rooms – lounge, hallway, study and downstairs toilet – while the kitchen and utility room have ceramic tiles.
All of the internal doors are also oak veneered, with all switches using brushed metal. The house also has a remote controlled Hormann electric, insulated, sectional garage door as well as a Solidor front, side and garage personal door.
Developer James Roberts, director at JAGR, is a Nottingham native and is committed to completing high-end, bespoke properties which fit the needs of the individual.
He said: “I’m very familiar with the area – having attended school close to the property, myself – so I’ve designed a development which compliments its surroundings and offers something different to what’s already available.
“We’ve ensured that we used the highest quality building materials, maintained a high attention to detail and really thought about our buyer when designing this home.
“The house is also incredibly high spec in terms of insulation so it’s very cost efficient to heat, benefitting from a Vaillant boiler. There’s LED lighting and water-based underfloor heating on the ground floor which also helps in terms of running costs.
“The entire property has been wired for TV, satellite, network and phones to all bedrooms and living spaces. It’s a beautiful home which is now ready to move into – which couldn’t be more convenient with Christmas being just around the corner,” added James.
This distinctive home is on the market for £599,950.
Jules Hunt at FHP Living added: “We have considerable experience in marketing distinctive homes across Nottinghamshire and this home certainly fits into this category – it’s a really beautiful home that’s been built with the buyer’s needs in mind.
“The quality really needs to be seen to be believed so I would urge anyone who may be interested to get in touch and register their interest – it won’t stay on the market for long.”
To register an interest in the open day contact Ian Marriott or Jules Hunt at FHP Living: 0115 841 1155 or visit for more information.

About Sue Sambells

Editor of Bramcote Today. Chair of Nottinghamshire Neighbourhood Watch (NottsWatch). Lead Coordinator for RVR, Bramcote - Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
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  1. Jonathan Etheridge says:

    Is Bramcote Today now taking adverts as this would appear to be one for a new house with the text taken straight from the developer’s website….does this mean every property for sale in the area will now appear here….hoping not!

    • Sue Sambells says:

      Bramcote Today is not an Estate Agent! I published this because our readers are clearly concerned about housing issues, albeit not necessarily at the expense of our green belt. As editors, we try to offer a diverse range of subjects to suit existing, and encourage new readers.

      • Ian Blakeley says:

        At 600 grand hardly fits in with my idea of affordable homes for normal people, and I doubt it will be available at an affordable rent for those who want or need to live in rented accommodation.

  2. P Atkins says:

    P Atkins
    I think you will find that this house was first listed on the market on the 6th of July at £650,000, and was reduced on the 5th of November.

  3. Chris Robson says:

    Where are the other 4 homes being sited?

  4. Howard Shakespeare says:

    It is a nice house, but this is the 21st century. Why are architects still producing designs that date back to the 1950’s & 60’s?

    • Ian Blakeley says:

      I’ve not been to look at it Howard but to be honest I think that 50’s and 60’s houses had a great similarity to ones designed 150 years previously. The only differences being inside facilities and a garden instead of a backyard. My first house on leaving RAF in 1976 was 2 1/2 bedrooms and gardens front and rear.

    • RichHartman says:

      Howard – because that must be what people want to buy. Architects design to a client’s brief; builders build what they know will sell, not what they’re not sure of selling.

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