Better than imagination

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How many of us have the imagination to stand on a building site and envisage how their dream home could rise from the piles of bricks and rubble?

Customers are enticed to put down a deposit based on beautiful artist impressions, emotive visuals and promises of high specification.

Rarely do buyers get the opportunity to touch and feel the finished article until their house, or at the very least a show home, is complete.

As such buyers are required to take a leap of faith that the vision they have been sold will actually measure up, not only to the marketing literature, but work in reality as a practical space for family living. However, this is not the case of an architect designed new build that has been recently completed in the Ranmoor Conservation area. Birch House, 7 Carsick View Road, Fulwood is the epitome of a high quality home, built to exacting standards in locally sourced stone, giving buyers the opportunity to fully indulge in the finished article.

A haven to contemporary living, this home has a host of features, which in most new builds would be optional extras to be paid for in addition to the list price. Set behind electric gates, the spacious property has over 3600 sq. ft of styled and finished accommodation set across three levels, all of which benefit from underfloor heating. Mark Ross, Director at Redbrik, who have just opened their first Sheffield office in Millhouses after opening their award winning branch in Chesterfield last year, said: “The opportunity for buyers to view first hand the quality of the new build they will actually own is a rarity. To handle the luxurious materials and understand how they will live in the space is an opportunity not to be missed. Until you experience the scale of something like the lower-ground floor at Birch House, it is almost impossible to imagine how flexible this area is for modern family life.”

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