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French-inspired show home showcases superb collection in Crawley Down

22nd October 2013 Print
Kings Acre

For homebuyers who favour a traditional-looking property, one developer is leading the way with an exclusive new show home set to open its doors in Crawley Down.

Already famous for its award-winning Heritage Collection designs, Redrow has dreamt up a stunning interior scheme for its new four-bedroom show home, set to turn heads at the Kings Acre venture when it opens on Saturday, October 26.

Full of character on the outside but contemporary within, the breath-taking Richmond offers up a French twist on a classic yet modern interior.

Built in the Arts and Crafts style, the stunning exterior exhibits a unique charm and elegance. A commanding home that makes an instant impression, the Richmond stands out through its impressive brickwork, refined architecture and attention to detail.

Stylish and spacious inside, a soft ivory and blue colour scheme gives the home a fresh and light ambiance.

While the main lounge is quite formal, with feature wallpaper and mirrored glass furniture, the kitchen/family/dining room serves as the heart of the home with an attractive touch of French country style. Floral blue walls complement the white and wood dining table and chairs and in the master bedroom mirror furniture has again been used to add glamour, while the white bedstead is in keeping with the French theme.

In-step with the Richmond’s luxury status, the home offers a number of superb features including a generous integrated double garage, an en-suite to the master bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe and stunning gardens.

The home is available to move in for Christmas and prices for the design start at £644,955, representing fantastic value given the homes’ outstanding location.

Perfectly set in the picturesque village of Crawley Down, close to the M23 and seven miles from Gatwick Airport, Kings Acre complements the surrounding established family homes.

Crawley Down lies in the north east corner of West Sussex, just one mile from the border with Surrey. There are good commuter links from the nearby railway stations of East Grinstead and Three Bridges, from where direct trains into central London take around 35 minutes. Meanwhile the popular south coast resort of Brighton is less than 30 miles away.

For more information on the home or development itself, which is open every day from 10am to 5.30pm, homebuyers can visit Kings Acre on Grange Road without appointment. Alternatively, visit

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