Situated on Bruche Avenue, Warrington, Sandford Village is a stunning collection of two, three, four and five bedroom homes, comprising predominantly detached units.
The 220 high specification properties are spacious and stylish, with modern living in mind. Due to the high quality of the new builds, the site gained Morris Homes an NHBC Pride in the Job Award for 2015.
The £5.5m project commenced in March 2014, with developments expected to last for a total of five years. Traditional materials were used such as brick and block, granite worktops were fitted in the kitchens and attractive porcelain tiles placed in bathrooms and kitchens. Sanitaryware was provided from Roca, the innovative company that delivers high quality and sustainable products.
Offering a true taste of a village lifestyle, the new properties will be the ideal choice for professionals, young families and first time buyers looking for a premium home in a superb location. All homes are beautifully landscaped with ponds dotted throughout the surroundings; and boast the impressive, modern features that are expected from a new Morris development.
A North West building company, Morris Homes have been established for over 20 years, specialising in new build, private properties. Morris understands that there is more to a house than bricks and mortar, ensuring a commitment to infusing quality within their homes. Remaining consistent by building properties that are reliable is what the company commits to, ensuring an commendable reputation.
Admirably, Morris Homes maintain a focus on pioneering sustainable design and construction, which impressively has led to the company being known as the first housebuilder in the country to earn the title ‘Green Housebuilder of the Year’ in the Green Construction Awards.
The spectacular Edgewood development on Hampton Vale West, in Peterborough, came top in the National Building Excellence Awards 2012 for Best Large Housing Development category. The award acknowledges Morris’ successful building process in bringing spacious family homes to the area alongside their ongoing commitment to constructing sustainable housing using carbon reducing technology.
Premier Construction spoke to Mark Sherwood, Site Manager at Morris Homes, he commented:
“The project is an interesting one, and it’s enjoyable; we are currently in the midst of it at the moment. I take pleasure in building nice, honest, family homes for people.”
“We had to be careful as some of the properties have certain garages which include homes for the local bats, offering a place for them to sleep.”
With regards to winning the NHBC Award, he said:
“Winning the award was just exceptional; it’s the first award I have ever won so I’m very proud.”