How Much is that Show Home I’ Th’ Window?

Imagine moving into a fully furnished new home designed by a professional interior designer and kitted out with brand new top-of-the-range appliances, fixtures and fittings.

That’s what’s on offer for one lucky house hunter at our Cat I’ Th’ Window development of new homes in Standish as we we have released our stunning four-bedroom show home for sale.

The Haversham is one of the the final properties for sale at the popular development on Almond Brook Road and is a rare opportunity to move into a new home without needing to do a single thing.

Andrew Blundell, sales director at Wain Homes, said: “This home is perfect for the family which simply wants to open the door and settle in, without thinking about decorating and buying new furniture.

“Even the garden has been landscaped and we are offering Part Exchange, so you won’t need to worry about selling your current home; it will be a case of just picking up the keys and moving into a brand new energy efficient home guaranteed to give you the ‘wow’ factor.”

On the ground floor of The Haversham is an open plan kitchen/diner, offering plenty of space for both dining and family time. There is also an additional utility space, creating handy storage solutions.

The lounge is extremely generous in size and leads to the garden through a set of French doors, creating a light, bright and airy home. The cloakroom on the ground floor is especially beneficial for guests.

Upstairs feels just as spacious, with four generously sized bedrooms. The master bedroom features an en-suite for added privacy, while the rest of the family have a bathroom with separate shower to share. One of the bedrooms could comfortably double up as a home office, ideal for keeping home and work life separate.

The Haversham is on the market for £384,950 and marks the end of a development with special significance for Wain Homes.

Andrew explains: “Wain Homes celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2022 and it was in Standish where the company built the first home it ever sold in 1972.

“So to create such a beautiful development 50 years later means a lot to the business and we are pleased it has proved popular with this generation of house buyers who have the confidence in the history and heritage of the Wain name.”

The Wain brand will stay prominent in Standish at the nearby Rectory Woods development on Rectory Lane.

We are building a range of 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5-bedroom new homes at Rectory Woods with our sales centre remaining open at Cat I’ Th’ Window until a new show home is launched on Rectory Lane.

Andrew added: “We have loved being part of the Standish community for more than half a century and proud to bring another fantastic development forward at Rectory Lane.

“It’s a great location, close to Standish village and easy for commuting into Manchester so we envisage Rectory Woods being just as popular as ‘Cat’ proved to be.”