13 Jul THREE TIME’S A CHARM FOR BLENDED FAMILIES IN SUFFOLK
Families looking for the perfect new home with plenty of space for peace and quiet can meet their match with David Wilson Homes’ three storey properties at Marham Park in Bury St Edmunds.
For blended families with both older and younger children, a three storey property is ideal for letting the family have their own space from one another over separate floors – whilst also featuring flexible family areas to reconvene and spend quality time together.
Research from Trend Monitor* found that households that consist of two or more families were the fastest-growing household type over the last two decades to recent years.
The research also found that the number of blended families grew by three-quarters from 170,000 in 1999 to 297,000 households by 2019.
David Wilson Homes’ three storey properties are available to reserve for house hunters in search of extra space or the ability to comfortably achieve multi-generational living.
The benefit of a three storey home is the versatility of the rooms to adapt with the changing needs of a modern family over the years – from a nursery, to a child’s bedroom, a teenage hangout space or eventually to a study space for teens to prepare for university.
Annette Hurst, Sales Director at David Wilson Homes Eastern Counties, said: “For blended families wanting to move home but are finding it hard to compromise, our three storey properties at Marham Park are the perfect solution to make sure everyone is happy.
“With rooms to suit little ones as a playroom, older teens as a games room or for parents as a lounge to relax after a day’s work, there is flexibility for both quiet moments alone and lively family time together.”
In addition to the developer’s properties suitable for those seeking extra space, Marham Park’s fantastic location in Bury St Edmunds is perfect for those also seeking public open space nearby.
Hengrave Park is close by for spectacular weekend walks and is home to the impressive Tudor manor house, Hengrave Hall, for those seeking walking opportunities steeped in local history.
For residents wanting to take up a new hobby or relax by the water, St Genevieve’s Lakes are also easily accessible for fishing opportunities; featuring three beautifully landscaped lakes set in 225 acres of stunning private parkland.
Additionally, a 35-acre country park is situated on the development’s doorstep and is ideal for family time on the weekends now warmer weather is arriving in time for summer.
Ickworth Park is just a short drive away from Marham Park and residents can view Ickworth House – the National Trust’s Georgian palace – before embarking on a picturesque five-mile walking route.
David Wilson Homes has three, four and five bedroom homes available at the Great Hall Drive development, with prices starting from £356,995.