Explore Livingâ€™s new 2 bedroom show apartment opened at Balls Park in Hertford on the weekend of the 5th and 6th of June.
Online PR News – 22-June-2010 – – Explore Livingâ€™s new 2 bedroom show apartment opened at Balls Park in Hertford on the weekend of the 5th and 6th of June. Part of the Henmarsh Collection, the 20 one and two-bedroom apartments surround a courtyard, water feature and are set in 60 acres of private parkland. The new apartments have been created to fit in with existing Balls Park mansion house.
The spacious two bedroom show apartment boasts Explore Livingâ€™s trademark contemporary approach to interior design â€“ typified by an open plan, light and airy layout.
Explore Livingâ€™s Sales and Marketing Director, John Inglis, said: â€śThe luxurious apartments within The Henmarsh Collection offer buyers the ideal combination of high specification living in a perfect countryside setting, making them ideal for a wide range of buyers, from those wishing to downsize to young couples.â€ť
The new apartments are all very high specification homes - some of the most exciting new apartments UK home builders have available - with a range of features that include under floor heating, pre-wiring for Sky+, HDTV, concrete floors offering superb sound-proofing, oak finished doors, built-in wardrobes in the master bedroom as well as chrome sockets and switches.
Kitchens are complete with granite worktops, concealed pull-up sockets and integrated appliances including oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher and fridge-freezer. Concealed in the hallway cupboard is a free standing washer-dryer.
Locals to the area can enjoy a number of canal and riverside walking routes â€“ notably by the River Lee, River Beane, River Rib and River Mimram. The development is just one mile from Hartford East Station, from where London Liverpool Street can be reached in under an hour. Hertford North connects to Kingâ€™s Cross and Moorgate stations.
Explore Living is part of international construction firm Laing Oâ€™Rourke PLC, the name behind Terminal 5 and member of the London 2012 Olympic consortium.