Saturday 23 October 2021
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Two new show homes open at Ruddington’s Blacksmith’s Green development

Linden Homes is opening two brand-new show homes at its Blacksmith’s Green location in Ruddington later this month.

Over the weekend of the 23 and 24 of October, Nottinghamshire house-hunters will be able to view the stunning four-bedroom Knightley and Pembroke show homes on an appointment-only basis.

With its popular ‘L’ shape, The Knightley offers access to the garden through French doors in both the open plan kitchen/space and sitting room.

There’s also an additional living space which can be used for formal dining, as a snug, study or playroom. This is alongside additional storage, cloakroom and utility room.

Upstairs, you’ll find four well-proportioned bedrooms, with the main bedroom benefitting from an en suite and dressing area, and a family bathroom. This house type also has a garage and parking.

The Pembroke boasts an open plan kitchen/dining space which spans the rear width of the property and has double doors leading out to the garden.

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There’s also a separate sitting room, study, cloakroom and utility room. Upstairs, you’ll find four spacious bedrooms, an en suite to the main bedroom and a family bathroom. Furthermore, this property benefits from a garage and parking.

Styled by award-winning interior design team Lifestyle Interiors, both show homes will incorporate a classic country feel and take inspiration from the local area.

Freya Halsall, regional marketing assistant, said, “We’re looking forward to welcoming visitors to the opening of our stunning show homes at Blacksmith’s Green. The enviable interiors are sure to provide plenty of inspiration!

“With its charming village setting, thriving community feel and proximity to Nottingham, this development has proved popular with house hunters and we urge those interested to book an appointment as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.”

Located off Flawforth Lane, Blacksmith’s Green offers a collection of three, four and five-bedroom homes, green open spaces and a play park.

The name Blacksmith’s Green pays homage to the village’s longstanding connection to the trade because at one point, there were five blacksmiths in the area.

To find out more about Blacksmith’s Green, and to book your private appointment to view the two brand-new show homes, visit