Even as you drive down the block paved drive, you'll notice just how green and lush Highwood is, it's what makes this development special and rather unique in comparison to other new build homes. Highwood feels private and secluded yet in reality, it is just 10 minutes from the historic city centre of Lancaster. Williamson Park could be classed as one of its neighbours.
Local residents enjoy the convenience Highwood offers. Excellent local schools including Lancaster Royal Grammar School, are in the vicinity. It is easy to reach the university without having to go through the city. Junction 34 of the M6 is just a short drive.
Campbell Drive is special. Not only is it one of the largest homes at Highwood (with one of the biggest gardens), it is also an ex-show home. This is a 'Mayfair' design, and there weren't many 5 bedroom homes built, hence they are in high demand. This home also has a superb location and a beautifully landscaped garden with mature plants giving both privacy and interest to the garden.
Ex-show homes come with lots of extras and upgrades and this home is no exception. Step inside and you'll enter the spacious hallway. The ground floor study is to the right. You might choose to use it as a snug, a music room or even a child's playroom. The main living room looks out over the garden. What makes these homes truly popular though is the large open plan family room/kitchen. It has been designed so the entire family can gather to cook, dine and relax. In the summer the French doors can be opened from either living area and you can step out to the fabulous terrace and garden.
This home also has 5 bedrooms, 2 with en-suite facilities and a 4 piece family bathroom. All of the bedrooms have built-in furniture - a real plus to this luxury home.
- This home was built by Storey Homes in 2019- This model is a Mayfair. This design is the only 5 bed home to be built at Highwood
- This home is also an ex-show home, hence it has lots of upgrades.
- The garden is beautifully landscaped. It is also one of the largest gardens on the development and includes a large terrace, hidden patio and play area.
- All of the bedrooms have built-in wardrobes
- The integral garage is plastered and carpeted. It used to be the sales office for Storey Homes
- Located in a 'Very Low Risk' flood area for Rivers and the sea and 'Very Low Risk' area for surface water
Valid until 23.02.2024
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|M6 J34||1.48 miles|
|M6 J33||4.58 miles|
|M6 J35||5.45 miles|
|A601(M) J35A||6.35 miles|
|M6 J36||13.07 miles|
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