Exclusive Development Of Five New Smart Homes Launched In Horsford
Published 29 June 2015
Arnolds Keys has launched an exclusive development of just five high-tech new homes in Horsford, on behalf of house builder Norfolk County Developments.
The new homes, situated in the centre of the village, feature expandable home automation, allowing control from a tablet or mobile phone of key lights and heating, with the options to add fire and flood detection and response, security cameras, door access controls and home entertainment.
The four- and five-bedroom homes are particularly spacious, with study and family room in addition to the living room and dining room. Master bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, and in some cases, a separate dressing room.
Energy efficiency is boosted by underfloor heating throughout the ground floor, and wall-mounted radiators on the first floor, all fed from a gas boiler.
The homes are situated in Pyehurn Close, down a private lane near to the centre of Horsford.
Darren Neave of Arnolds Keys said, “This is a small, exclusive development of just five top-quality houses, which have been designed and built to a very high specification.
“The fact that the builders have installed Cat 5 cabling to every room means that these are real smart homes – there is the potential to control many aspects of the home from a tablet or smartphone.
“Horsford will be well served by the Northern Distributor Road, making it easily accessible from all sides of the city, so these are very well-located, top-quality new homes.”
The properties at Pyehurn Close range in price from £385,000 to £550,000. For more details, contact email@example.com, or search for the postcode NR10 3DY on Rightmove.
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