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Canal Walk Chichester, Barratt Save the Best til last!!

25 November 2015

Canal Walk Chichester, Barratt Save the Best til last!!

Barratt Homes are delighted to announce there are just 3 homes remaining at Canal Walk, Chichester. And with larger than average gardens and views across the meadow onto the Canal, they really have saved the best til last.

Canal Walk has a rural feel, with the convenience of being less than 2 miles from the cosmopolitan centre of Chichester with its city cafes, bustling markets and stylish restaurants.

The last few homes include The Oakhampton and Cambridge, both detached, 4 bedroom home designs ideal for families looking for a spacious home in a truly fantastic location.

The Oakhampton boasts ample living space, ideal for the growing family. The ground floor accommodation features a 21ft lounge with French doors leading out onto the rear garden, a stylish modern kitchen with breakfast area, study and separate dining room. The first floor offers 3 good-sized double bedrooms with en-suite to bedroom 1 and 2, a further single bedroom, plus a family bathroom. This home also includes a double garage and parking spaces.

The last Cambridge on the development is a beautifully presented home with an upgraded integrated kitchen with stylish Silestone worktops and spacious family and breakfast areas leading to the garden, dining room and utility area. It’s an ideal space for the family to gather and great for entertaining.  There’s a delightful lounge and a separate study. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms, with an en suite shower room to the master and a stylish family bathroom.

Barratt Homes are offering Part Exchange Extra on these final few homes, so buyers can move without estate agents fees to pay and no stressful delays.

The show homes are open Thursday to Monday from 10am to 5.50pm. With the development due to be completed spring, please contact Henry Adams New Homes Department for further information on 01243 521833 to avoid disappointment or visit www.henryadams.co.uk

 


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