The Osier — £369,000
- 4 Bedroom detached family villa
- 154sqm / 1654sqft
Key Features about this home
- Huge floor space – 154sqm / 1654sqft
- Fully integrated kitchen, designed by Laings of Inverurie
- Dining and family areas feature light box shelves for softer alternative to ceiling lights
- Customer choice of units and tiling
- Spacious lounge with casement windows
- Master bedroom includes a large walk-in wardrobe
- Fully fitted en-suite with vanity furniture as standard
- Underfloor heating to the ground floor
- Large rear garden with screen fencing
Reservation Fee £1,000 • Deposit £10,000 • Part exchange – Considered
|Lounge||4535 x 4459 mm||14'10" x 14'7"|
|Kitchen||3167 x 2953 mm||10'3" x 9'6"|
|Dining / Family||3900 x 6647 mm||12'7" x 21'8"|
|Utility||2953 x 1650 mm||9'8" x 5'5"|
|Bedroom 4||3300 x 3251 mm||10'10" x 10'8"|
|Cloak Room||2563 x 1920 mm||8'5" x 6'4"|
|Garage||4285 x 6170 mm||14'11" x 20'3"|
The kitchens have been exclusively designed by Laings of Inverurie and all benefit from fully integrated appliances. All homes have a five burner gas hob, appropriate cooker hood and double oven in stainless steel, together with a tall integrated fridge/freezer and a dishwasher. Feature lighting under wall units and light box shelves are included as standard to provide a softer alternative to ceiling lights.
Purchasers may have a choice of units and tiling depending on the construction programme.
The bathrooms are also exclusively designed by Laings of Inverurie and feature a three piece suite. All bathrooms and en-suite shower rooms include fitted vanity furniture as standard. The ground floor cloakroom includes a separate shower enclosure. Purchasers may have a choice of colours of vanity furniture and tiling from our range, depending on the construction programme. Full height chrome towel warmers are included as standard where space allows to all bathrooms, shower rooms and en-suites.
Windows, Doors & Stairs
UPVC double glazed tilt-and-turn windows (first floor) and casement windows (ground floor) with white finish. White UPVC French doors. Pre-finished oak veneer solid core flush internal doors with satin chrome ironmongery, glazed feature panels where design dictates. Wardrobes fitted as standard to bedrooms, where shown on floor plans. Oak finish to stair stringer, balustrade and handrails.
The homes are heated by a highly efficient gas fired condensing boiler with a traditional radiator system with thermostatic valves throughout. Underfloor heating to the ground floor is included as standard. Hot water is provided by an unvented pressurised system.
Ample sockets throughout the properties, complying with NHBC and Building Warrant requirements including TV and telephone points to the lounge, family room, dining room and all bedrooms. Shaver sockets to bathrooms, en suites and cloakrooms.
Internal walls to have magnolia paint finish with a white paint finish to ceilings. Skirtings and door facings will be white satin finish.
System wired contact breakers/PIR sensors covering all ground floor entry points, upper hall and the garage. Alarm is mounted externally with internal shrill alarm – incorporating facility to allow connection to a 24 hour manned monitoring service.
Porous paviour finish to individual drives, precast concrete slab paths around houses as per drawings. External electric sockets and water tap at rear of each house. Light fittings adjacent to all external doors as per drawings.
Gardens will be graded where necessary using the natural contours of the land and will be turfed, grass seeded and planted as per the landscape architect’s drawings. A rotary dryer will also be provided to the rear garden. Screen fencing will be provided as per the architect’s site layout plan.
All houses will have the benefit of the 10 year NHBC buildmark cover.
Whilst these particulars are prepared with all due care for the convenience of intending purchasers, the information and illustrations are intended as a preliminary guide only and the right is expressly reserved by the company to amend or vary same. Consequently, they should be treated as general guidance and cannot be relied upon as accurately describing any of the Specified Matters prescribed by any Order under the Property Misdescriptions Act 1991. The contents do not form any part of a contract.