Enter the Buckland Lodge and you’ll appreciate the really spacious hallway, which features a large cloakroom cupboard, handy for storing coats and household appliances.
But the open-plan living layout of the Buckland Lodge is where you’ll find it makes a real statement. The vaulted roof means high ceilings and extra windows throughout come as standard. Combine this with French doors that have full height cathedral windows above, and you get a really calm, airy home. You can really stretch out in the lounge area, which is kitted out with three grey sofas and a wall-mounted fireplace. And the décor – thick grey carpets, soft grey and yellow curtains and classy lighting – gives the room a look of understated elegance. The dining space, meanwhile, is a great place to entertain, with a contemporary dining table and six high-backed chairs.
You’ll be just as impressed with the kitchen. Style-wise, it’s bang up to date with its glossy beige units, high spec appliances. Plus, there’s a handy breakfast bar with comfy white leather stools. And there’s no expense spared when it comes to the décor – think sophisticated furnishings and every mod con. You’ll feel instantly at home from the moment you step inside.
You will also find two double bedrooms in the standard Buckland Lodge. Both have a really relaxed ambience. The prize for wow-factor looks goes to the master bedroom though, thanks to its big walk-in wardrobe and en-suite, which has a shower pod. There’s a family bathroom, too, which has a full-sized bath and a lovely tranquil feel.