Back to News
7 July 2003
"The Montacute is ideal for modern family living," says Chris Crook, Managing Director of Countryside Properties. "Apart from offering all the space a family could want - and being in close proximity to forty-two acres of carefully restored, secure parkland - the property is still just a few miles north of the city centre, with easy motorway access to both the M4 & M5".
Imposing and luxurious, The Montacute is certainly the largest jewel in the developer's crown, surrounded on three sides by private landscaped gardens, flanked by an integral double garage and nestled within Oakwood – one of the most secluded and leafy areas of the Royal Victoria Park development.
The three-storey Montacute show home has a spacious, central entrance hall, with stylish Amtico flooring, leading to a formal dining room on one side of the hallway and a grand living room on the other. The living room runs the full length of the property with bay windows, an impressive stone feature fireplace, and double French doors leading out into the garden.
To the rear of the entrance hall, an L-shaped kitchen links to a bright conservatory style family breakfast room, complete with a peaked glass roof. Double doors also lead out to the lawn of the rear walled garden, bordered with exotic shrubs, trees and flowers.
The kitchen is fitted with heavy granite work surfaces, a circular stainless steel undermount sink with Hansgrohe taps, solid oak cupboards and soft lemon ceramic tiles. With quality integrated appliances such as an AEG double oven and five-burner gas hob with a stainless steel cooker hood, a fridge/freezer and a dishwasher, the kitchen leads into a utility area with a separate utility sink and access door into the garage.
Up the light central staircase, the focal point of the first floor is the master bedroom. Set into a chapel shaped, vaulted roof and complete with its own private dressing room and full en-suite bath and shower room, the master bedroom enjoys uninterrupted views across the mature parkland of Repton Hall and the countryside beyond.
The second bedroom also boasts en-suite facilities and extensive fitted wardrobes. A Porcelenosa tiled family bathroom and a third bedroom also run off the spacious first floor hallway, which is lit by a large arched window to the front.
Two further bedrooms with sloping ceilings and a further bathroom on the top floor ensures that the Montacute's layout provides plenty of space and privacy for all its inhabitants.
"The Montacute is designed with easy family living in mind," says Chris Crook. "With areas for the adults to entertain formally, rooms to sit back and relax in, a private garden to enjoy and spaces the children can call their own, even the busiest of families will benefit from such a flexible and all encompassing home environment".
Back to News
Information correct as at 29/08/2007