Best in show: the benefits of snapping up a showhouse
If you buy the showhouse in a scheme, you’re getting the benefit of designer-picked high-spec decor and landscaped gardens – and often the best situated and most attractive home
There’s nothing like the visual feast associated with a new homes launch. Top designers are brought in to employ their creative talents using the latest furniture trends and colour schemes to show buyers what can be achieved in their own unit in the same scheme.
The finishes are luxurious and of superior quality, often bespoke, and fitted with all the trimmings such as luxe lined curtains and blinds, bed headboards, carpets, quality flooring....
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