It makes sense that if building new homes in the sunniest town on the UK mainland you take advantage of free natural energy, and the first development of true eco-homes in Eastbourne is now available for sale.
At Chandler’s Mews, which is situated off Roselands Avenue, close to Seaside, Reid+Dean are pleased to bring five radical, three bedroom properties to the market. Each one features innovative design characteristics, the most notable being a curved sedum covered roof which provides rainwater recycling, integral solar panels which provide hot water. The properties are super-insulated and will have meagre running costs.
Liam Russell Architects came up with ingenious solutions to developing this site so that it provides one detached house and two pairs of semi-detached houses in a quiet location yet convenient to Eastbourne’s facilities and the seafront. The interior of each house is bathed in natural light and incorporates natural materials with lovely finishes popular for the modern minimalist way of living. They also have a dedicated parking space.
These exciting new homes have an open plan living and kitchen area with triple glazed patio doors, a downstairs shower room and at first floor, three bedrooms and a family bathroom. They are being sold with a ten year insurance backed guarantee/a twenty year guarantee on the roof.
The show house is now available for viewing and arrangements can be made by calling Reid+Dean on 01323 412550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information including layout plans visit www.reiddean.com/URE0835