Jones Homes Lancashire is celebrating 10 years of building beautiful homes across the county and more recently expanding into Cumbria.
During the decade from 2010, the builder, which has its main regional office in Lytham St Annes, has built or is building 816 homes within 18 developments across the county
Ralph Bacon, Regional Director of Jones Homes Lancashire, said: “This is a significant landmark for Jones Homes in Lancashire during a period of growth. We’re a Lytham-based builder with a proud heritage of building for our neighbours right across Lancashire and a real commitment to the area.
“We take pride in our homes and we take pride in our region. We want to enhance the area where we all live ourselves.”
Jones Homes Lancashire developments built over the past decade span locations including Blackpool, Lytham and Preston. Over the past year work has finished at Kings Meadow in Staining, where Jones Homes built 30 homes and at The Willows, which is a development of just six homes of Willow Brooke Court in Blackpool.
The Lancashire division is currently building 242 homes at Moorfield Park in Poulton-le-Fylde, a 26-home development called Walton Meadows at Walton-le-Dale and Ribbleswood Chase, a development of 48 homes in the Cottam area of Preston.
Jones Homes Lancashire is part of The Emerson Group, a family-owned property development company that builds around 600 homes a year across the UK, from apartments, elegant conversion projects to spacious detached houses.
The group also manages a commercial property portfolio worth more than £1 billion and builds homes in Florida and Portugal.
Ralph Bacon said: “We deliver modern, luxury accommodation focusing on quality, appearance, layout and style – and we build to last.”
Pride of Britain award winner George Mathias has made a flying start to his latest fundraising mission after securing the support of housebuilder Jones Homes.
George, 13, from Eccleston, has embarked on a new campaign to run a million steps for The Prince’s Trust, a charity aiming to help a million young people achieve their potential.
He has already clocked up 175,000 steps after taking part in a one-mile run at Jones Homes’ Springfield Gate development in Eccleston, where his family will be moving to later this year - and raised £600 thanks to a £500 donation from the developer.
George has been raising money for various charities for almost 10 years. When he was four, his new-born brother, James, became seriously ill and was cared for by Alder Hey children’s Hospital in Liverpool.
His family established the Run With George Foundation, and George began a campaign to run a mile for every month that his brother lived, raising money for the hospital along the way.
His efforts raised £770,000 to pay for life-saving equipment for the hospital, an achievement which resulted in him receiving a Pride of Britain young community champion award in 2017.
For his latest challenge, George and a team of his friends, family and celebrity supporters are aiming to run a combined one million steps – a total of 500 miles – in aid of The Prince’s Trust.
Jones Homes decided to support George’s fundraising efforts after hearing his story when his family reserved their home at Springfield Gate, and sales advisor Gemma Thompson was among those to take part in the run at the development.
George said: “I would like to say a big thank you to Jones Homes for supporting me in my latest challenge to run a million steps for The Prince’s Trust.
“When I started my charity, I had no idea how big it would become and just how many new supporters we would find along the way.”
George’s dad, Richard Mathias, said: “After we reserved our new house with Jones Homes, they became aware of George’s story and the effort he has made to raise money for charity.
“It was great to see how keen Jones Homes were to get involved, and the donation of £500 to Run With George was extremely generous. We managed to pick the wettest of days for the run, so we were really pleased that the sales advisor Gemma and some of the other residents at Springfield Gate joined us to take part.”
Gemma Pownall, Sales Director at Jones Homes North West, said: “George is an inspirational young boy who has raised so much money and awareness for some fantastic causes.
“We are thrilled that the Mathias family are going to be moving in at Springfield Gate and we are proud to be supporting their fundraising efforts in aid of The Prince’s Trust.
“It’s always great to see communities forming on new developments, and the run with George was a nice opportunity for those who will be living at Springfield Gate to get to meet each other before they move in.”
To find out more about George’s fundraising mission, visit runwithgeorge.com.
The government-backed Help to Buy scheme has given a first-time buyer in Cheshire the chance to buy a home in the town where he grew up.
When Tom Gillespie (27) visited the sales centre at Jones Homes’ Barrington Park development in his home town of Alsager, he never imagined he would have been able to purchase his very own two-bedroom property there.
The scheme, which was introduced in 2013, enables homebuyers to purchase a new build property with a five per cent deposit and a 75 per cent mortgage. The remaining 20 per cent is provided in the form of an equity loan from the government, which is interest-free for the first five years of home ownership.
Tom, who works in marketing, said: “I couldn’t have done this without Help to Buy. By using the scheme, I was able to put down a much smaller deposit which meant, not only could I move out much sooner than I expected, but I also had money to use on making the house a home.
“It meant I didn’t have to settle, as with the extra help I could afford a bigger home which I will be happy in for years to come.
“The moment I stepped into the sales centre at Barrington Park, I felt at ease. The development itself had a warm and welcoming feel, and the staff were brilliant through every stage of the buying process. I remember walking away and knowing I’d made the best decision.
“Buying a home is supposed to be stressful but my experience was so straight-forward, and I definitely have Jones Homes and Help to Buy to thank for that.”
Jones Homes is building a range of two, three, four and five-bedroom homes at Barrington Park.
More information can be found on the Jones Homes website.
A young couple from Macclesfield have finally escaped the rental trap and taken their first steps on the housing ladder at a Jones Homes development in Tytherington.
After years of saving up for a place of their own, Craig Walker, 24, and his partner Sophie Awajan, 22, have left their rented property behind and purchased a new three-bedroom home at Kingsfield Park, off Larkwood Way.
Craig, who works as an audio-visual engineer in Knutsford, and Sophie, who works as a material coordinator at AstraZeneca, both opened Help to Buy ISAs to help save up for their new home. Savers can put £200 per month into a Help to Buy ISA and earn a 25 per cent Government bonus on their savings, which can then be put towards a deposit.
Craig said: “We had been saving up to buy our own home for a while and had looked at a few different developments around Macclesfield.
“This development just had everything we were looking for. It’s a five-minute walk to work for Sophie and it takes me around half an hour in the car, which is excellent.
“It’s not just the location though. The price of the property meant the house that we wanted was really affordable with our Help to Buy ISAs.”
The couple have settled into their new three-bedroom Birch style house and are enjoying the freedom that comes with owning their own home.
Craig added: “Now we own our own home we can have a pet, something we could never do in a rented house. We have just got an eight-month old puppy and the development is not far from some lovely green open fields where we can walk him.”
“The people on the development are really welcoming too. Just the other night our neighbour invited me round for a catch up, which was great. We are still in the early stages of the move so it’s great to have nice neighbours to make us feel welcome.
“Buying has been a really fun process, and the staff at Jones Homes are so nice. My long-term goal is to own several properties and I would definitely buy with Jones Homes again.”
Jones Homes is building a range of two, three, four and five-bedroom homes at its Kingsfield Park development in Tytherington.
People who buy a new home in Preston from Jones Homes could net an unexpected bonus – tickets to see Preston North End FC at their home ground, Deepdale.
The Lilywhites have teamed up with housebuilder Jones Homes to offer two match tickets per new household on the developer’s sites at Ribbleswood Chase in Cottam and Walton Meadows in Walton-le-Dale.
The complimentary match tickets for Championship matches will be included in the welcome packs for people moving into one of the 74 homes on the two developments.
Carol Barlow, Sales Director for Jones Homes Lancashire, said: “We always like to greet new house buyers on our developments with a welcome pack that tells them a little about the area they’re moving into.
“What could be a better way of soaking up the local atmosphere than free tickets to the big local football club?
“Local people will know about the proud history of Preston North End and Deepdale of course, but people who have moved to the Preston area may not know much about the club, which is of huge importance to the town. They may even become loyal Preston North End supporters.
A Preston North End spokesman said: “Preston is a growing city, with many people moving into new housing in the area and we are delighted to partner with local housebuilders to welcome new residents of our city to the stadium for the first of what we hope will be many visits they will make over the coming months and years.”
Jones Homes’ Ribbleswood Chase development has a variety of homes available, including two-bedroom bungalows and three and four-bedroom family houses.
Walton Meadows, meanwhile, has just a few homes remaining for sale in a semi-rural suburb, including two-bedroom apartments, two-bedroom mews houses and four-bedroom detached houses.
A Yorkshire housebuilder is helping three ambitious apprentices lay the foundations for successful careers in the construction industry. Jacob Pickering, Liam Banks and Tom Tilbrook are learning their respective trades on site at Jones Homes’ Heather View development in Hade Edge near Holmfirth.
The trio are working towards gaining industry-accredited qualifications as part of the developer’s apprenticeship scheme, splitting their time between classroom-based learning at college and hands-on experience on site.
Apprentice bricklayer Jacob, 18, was inspired to pursue a career in construction after witnessing an extension being carried out to his parents’ house in Birstall.
Jacob, who is studying at Leeds College of Building, said: “Seeing the builders working on the extension was really interesting and it looked like something I would enjoy doing. “I did a year at college before starting my apprenticeship with Jones Homes. I’m really enjoying it so far and I’m learning a lot. It’s really satisfying to build something and then take a step back and see the finished product. I would like to become a qualified bricklayer and eventually run my own business.”
Liam, 19, of Liversedge, embarked on his joinery apprenticeship after doing work experience with a joiner while at school. He is studying at Kirklees College. He said: “I have always been interested in joinery and it’s something I have wanted to do ever since school. This apprenticeship has given me a chance to work with different people and learn new skills. I really enjoy being on site as every day is different. You are always learning something new.”
At 35 years of age, fellow trainee joiner Tom is proof that you are never too old to be an apprentice. Tom, who lives in Leeds and is studying at Leeds College of Building, has previous carpentry experience, but decided to work towards a formal qualification to boost his employment prospects. He said: “Although I have worked as a carpenter before I have already learnt quite a lot during my apprenticeship. I am planning on doing a third year and honing my skills before looking for work as a fully-fledged joiner.”
Heather View site manager Ben Bowen, who has been overseeing the apprentices’ progress on site, said: “Apprentices are the future of the industry so at Jones Homes we are keen to help the next generation of builders take their first steps on the career ladder. “I started out as a bricklaying apprentice myself and from there I eventually worked my way up to site manager. Doing an apprenticeship enables you to get a trade behind you and opens up so many opportunities to earn a good living and have a rewarding career. The three apprentices at Heather View are really keen and eager to learn and I have been really pleased with their progress. I am sure they will all go on to enjoy successful careers in the industry.”
A family who have been renting a Jones Homes property for the past two years have decided to buy a permanent place of their own at another Jones Homes development just down the road.
Victoria Elliot, 40, and her husband Wayne, 44, moved to Harworth, near Doncaster, in 2017 to live closer to Victoria’s sister and niece. The couple sold their previous property of 20 years and began privately renting at Jones Homes’ Woodland Grange development off Scrooby Road, holding off on buying until they had done research on the best location, schools and house type for their family.
The couple, who have a son Alfie, have now moved into a new home only streets away, at the housebuilder’s neighbouring Simpson Park development, using the Help to Buy scheme to enable them to buy a bigger home than they had initially thought they could afford. Victoria, a manager at Bassetlaw General Hospital, said: “We looked at the development and really loved it, not only for its proximity to our family but also everything Jones has to offer. We were looking at another development across town too, but this house is so much bigger, energy efficient and is perfectly located. When we spoke to the sales advisor to discuss Help to Buy and incentives on offer, we realised we could get so much more house than anywhere else. The staff were amazing and helpful, they talked us through the process really well and actually some of them knew my sister and niece from the old development and that really made us feel at home straight away.”
The family now live in a Baycliffe style house at Simpson Park, a three-bedroom semi-detached home with parking and an en-suite master bedroom.
Jayne Swift, Sales and Marketing Director at Jones Homes Yorkshire, said: “We are pleased to hear that Victoria and Wayne were so pleased with the Jones Homes property they’ve been renting that they bought their own. Jones Homes takes pride in every step, from great quality construction to the great quality service customers receive. Help to Buy is a fantastic scheme that is seeing more and more people stepping onto or up the housing ladder and buying homes they believed were out of their financial reach. We love to hear stories of people using Help to Buy and finding out that they can afford larger homes for their families.”
Help to Buy is a Government-backed scheme that enables people to secure a home with a five per cent deposit and a 75 per cent mortgage. The remaining 20 per cent is provided as an equity loan, on which no interest is payable for the first five years.
Construction is underway on 24 new homes in the village of Harthill. Jones Homes Yorkshire is building the houses at its Hillside Green development, off Winney Hill. The development will include a selection of four and five-bedroom properties, alongside six two and three-bedroom homes designated as affordable housing.
The first homes are due to be released for sale in October, with the first completions scheduled for March next year.
David Ruffley, Regional Director for Jones Homes Yorkshire, said: “We are pleased to have started work in Harthill and are looking forward to releasing these homes for sale this autumn. We know this development will provide much-needed private and affordable housing in the area. Harthill has great transport links to the M1, Sheffield and Rotherham so the homes here will be perfect for young professionals, families and people who commute to the surrounding cities for work. We have already experienced a lot of interest in this development and I’d advise anyone interested to register for updates on our website, so they can be the first to know when homes are released for sale.”
Jones Homes is currently building new homes near Harthill at Van Dyk Village in Clowne, as well as at sites in Worksop, Bolsover and Harworth.
Jones Homes is building a superior collection of three, four and five-bedroom properties at Van Dyk Village, a landmark project taking shape near Clowne, off the A619 between Chesterfield and Worksop. The development will eventually comprise a total of 52 homeswith a large area of public open space.
More than 1,000 people had registered their interest in the homes before the development opened, taking turns to visit and check on the progress of the new village, which has been designed to appear as though it has grown organically over a period of decades.
The first homes at Van Dyk Village are now available for sale and its first residents are likely to move into their homes later this year.
Jayne Swift, Sales and Marketing Director for Jones Homes, said: “We were overwhelmed by the response to the launch of Van Dyk Village. It is a fascinating project which has taken years to plan to ensure every detail is correct.
“We are building a wide variety of mews, semi-detached and detached homes. These will range from three-bedroom properties to a one-off, five-bedroom manor house, which will form a focal point of the village. Our visitors are fascinated to see how the plans have evolved and to find out more information about the homes. We are looking forward to opening a show home later this year and to welcoming more people to Van Dyk Village to showcase our vision. There has been a huge amount of interest in the homes at Van Dyk Village, and five of these superb homes have already been snapped up by buyers, so I would encourage anyone interested in moving to this highly sought after development to contact our sales team as soon as possible to find out more.”
Van Dyk Village was previously home to a garden centre which had been closed for some years. The land belonged to the owners of the Van Dyk Hotel, located opposite Van Dyk Village on the A619. The sale of the land is helping to fund the expansion of the hotel, which plays an important role in the local ecology.
Before work could begin at Van Dyk Village an extensive archaeological dig took place. It uncovered evidence of people making their homes at the site around 4,000 years ago.
An under-12 football team is starting the new season in style thanks to the support of a local housebuilder.
Jones Homes has donated £865 to Bolsover Town Football Club’s U12 team to purchase new away kit and training tops ahead of the start of the 2019-20 season.
The housebuilder is currently finishing building at its Cavendish Grange development; however, work has also begun on neighbouring Cavendish Park. Both developments sit off Oxcroft Lane, less than a mile away from Bolsover Sports and Social club on Moor Lane.
The club provides qualified coaching for eight different junior age teams as well as a senior team.
U12 team manager John Albanese said: “The main ethos of the club is about development and fun; to ensure that the kids enjoy the game of football and create friendships and social skills that will last a lifetime. A lot of local sports teams rely heavily on contributions from local businesses and we are no different, so to receive such a generous donation from Jones Homes is absolutely fantastic and the whole team is very grateful for their support. The U12 team will be wearing their new Jones Homes kit when the new season starts in September as they compete in the Sheffield & District Junior Sunday League. Sponsorship is so important to grassroots. It allows us to provide the facilities, equipment and kit to continue to provide activities for the young children within our community. It’s encouraging to see Jones Homes supporting the local community in an area where it’s providing homes for local residents and great to know that the business shares our passion for keeping young kids active.”
Jayne Swift, Sales and Marketing Director at Jones Homes Yorkshire, said: “We are thrilled to be Bolsover Town FCs U12 kit sponsor. It’s wonderful to see the team playing in their new kits and we wish all Bolsover teams the best of luck for the up-coming season. “As a family-owned housebuilder, wherever we build new homes we look for ways to support the local community. Bolsover Town FC sits at the heart of the town and we are honoured to be the U12 team sponsor for the year to come.”
Jones Homes is currently building a range of three, four and five-bedroom family homes at Cavendish Park.
Born and bred Londoner Shaun Brown has found his dream home on the rural Isle of Sheppey, allowing him to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.
The former IT consultant and software engineer moved out of London in June to a new home at Jones Homes’ Kingsborough Manor development in Eastchurch.
Shaun and his partner Gary McDonald, sold their two-bedroom flat in central London, investing the proceeds in their new Hartford Regent II four-bedroom detached house, with money to spare for furnishings, a new car and then some.
Shaun, who has taken an early retirement to start his new life on the Isle of Sheppey, said: “One of the main things we were looking for was open space. In London you can become so accustomed to small spaces and I really wanted to get away from that.
“We visited several new-build developments in and around Kent and felt the homes at other developments had too many small rooms and not enough living space.
“This house has so much space to live in. Our favourite room is the garden room where we can sit with our breakfast looking out into our south-facing garden, but we are also massive movie fans, so our living room doubles up as our very own movie theatre that we love just as much.”
The couple have not moved into their new house alone, having been accompanied by their eight-month-old Husky, Troy.
Shaun said: “As a society we socialise through our dogs and that couldn’t be truer here. There are lots of dogs on the development and there are amazing walking routes with the most beautiful views.
“On the day we moved in Troy went into the back garden and rubbed his face into the grass and sniffed the air and the sea breeze and I looked at him and I thought, you are right Troy, the air is so much cleaner here.
“It is so peaceful and quiet, and the people are so friendly. In London everyone is so busy that they don’t have the time to stop and appreciate what’s around them – whereas here, the people say hello and they sent us welcome cards when we moved in. It’s a different world.”
As Shaun has now retired, the couple put a lot of thought into this move, looking for the perfect home to spend the rest of their lives in.
Shaun said: “I have lived in a few new-build developments in my life and I knew what to expect as part of the process, but what I didn’t expect was the family feel that Jones Homes provided.
“You can tell it’s a family business because it doesn’t have that corporate feel. The sales advisors were so friendly and helped us with every step, making it so seamless.
“This is one of the most stunning places with beautiful sweeping hills for as far as the eye can see. It’s the perfect place and home to retire in.”
Jones Homes is building a range of spacious four and five-bedroom detached homes at Kingsborough Manor, which is located just off Eastchurch Road.
For more information visit jones-homes.co.uk.
The newly appointed Sales Manager at Jones Homes Southern says he is looking forward to a long and prosperous career with the company.
Greg Parkes, 26, will have responsibility for the privately-owned housebuilder’s developments across Kent and Sussex.
He joins the company with seven years’ experience in the industry under his belt, having worked his way up from Sales Executive to Trainee Sales Manager. Prior to that, he was a retail manager with Marks & Spencer.
Greg, who lives in Maidstone and is a keen golfer in his spare time, will be based at Jones Homes Southern’s regional office in Swanley.
He said: “This is an important step in my career and I’m really pleased to be making it with Jones Homes. They have an excellent reputation within the industry and are renowned for the fantastic quality of their product.
“As Jones Homes is a privately-owned company, you get to work very closely with the people at the top of the business, and as a result, feel much more involved in the decision-making process.”
“My aim is to have a long and prosperous career with Jones Homes and I’m looking forward to establishing myself in my new role and making a positive difference to the company.”
Sara Stanhope, Sales and Marketing Director for Jones Homes Southern, said: “Greg’s impressive track record in the industry, which includes several years working in the very competitive London market, combined with his previous management experience, made him the ideal candidate for this role.
“We are delighted to welcome him to the team and look forward to working alongside him to help grow the business in the years ahead.”
More information about career opportunities with Jones Homes can be found at jones-homes.co.uk/careers/
The foundations have been laid at a new housing development in Lenham, ready for the first homes to go on sale later this year.
Construction work is now underway at Jones Homes’ Westwood Park development, off Ham Lane, where Jones Homes Southern is building 70 new homes.
Westwood Park will include a range of three and four-bedroom houses, with the first plots due to be released for this winter, when a sales centre will open on site.
Sara Stanhope, Sales Director for Jones Homes Southern, said: “Building work has now started to deliver these new homes at Westwood Park, which neighbours our existing Westwood Grange development in the village.
“We are proud of the links we’ve already built in the village and are looking forward to further strengthening our relationship with the local community through this new development.
“There’s a growing need for new homes in this part of Kent, especially three and four-bedroom houses for couples and families, and we have carefully designed the properties we are building here to meet this rising demand.
“With work progressing well on site, we’re now looking forward to welcoming the first visitors to the development later this year. In the meantime, people can visit our website and register their interest to ensure they receive the latest information about the launch as it becomes available.”
As part of the planning agreement for the development, Jones Homes will make contributions of around £290,000 to support local infrastructure, including education and healthcare, open spaces, traffic improvements and libraries.
The development will feature a landscaped area to the north-west of the site, while hedges to the east and south will be preserved and there will be nest boxes for swifts to the north of the development, where the houses will look out onto the Kent Downs.
To register for updates on the new homes coming soon at Westwood Park, visit jones-homes.co.uk.
As a project sales manager in the building industry, you’d expect Jon Robinson to know a good new home when he saw one.
So when he calls the house he bought ‘exceptional’, you can take notice.
Jon (57) bought the three-bedroom semi-detached Baycliffe house at Jones Homes’ Appledown Grange development in Marden, near Maidstone, earlier this year.
He said: “I think it’s an exceptionally well built and designed house and with a great use of space - the kitchen/dining room right across the rear of the house was exactly what I was looking for”.
“All the bedrooms are a good size; even the third bedroom, which I’ll be using as an office, and it’s also got a very good size garage.”
The Baycliffe design is eye-catching from the outside, with the triangular shape of its white clad exterior reminiscent of the sales of a yacht.
Inside, the kitchen/dining room has French doors to the garden, while there’s also a spacious living room and a downstairs cloakroom. Upstairs, the master bedroom has an en-suite shower room, and there are two other good-size bedrooms and a main bathroom.
Jon used the Help to Buy scheme to purchase the house which he said had helped him buy a better property than he would otherwise have been able to.
The scheme allows buyers to secure a new-build home with a five per cent deposit and a 75 per cent mortgage. The remaining 20 per cent is provided by a Government loan which is interest free for the first five years.
Jon said he bought a new-build home because “it’s reassuring to have a 10-year structural guarantee for the property as well as the developers own Customer Care service”.
He said he had learnt over the years that any new building could have little snags, and it was then a question of how quickly the developer rectified these snags.
He said: “At Marden the customer care team are very responsive and the customer care rep I deal with is both very likeable and multi-talented!
“Just as importantly, the sales team looked after me really well along my own journey, keeping me updated and ‘in the loop’ all the time. It’s a critical factor for any purchaser”
Jon is also a fan of the large village of Marden. “Technically it’s a village, but it seems to have the amenities of a small town, whilst maintaining a ‘village’ atmosphere and spirit” he said.
“I needed a quality house home where I could walk out of the front door into a community. Marden has a great new sports club, shops, an amazing cafe, two really good pubs, a social club and an all-important railway station.
It’s a 10-minute walk from Appledown Grange to the station, and then just 55 minutes to Charing Cross. The development also has good links to the road network, including the A21, the A229 and then to the M25.
“I just found that Appledown Grange and this particular house ticked all my boxes,” he said. “I would definitely recommend the house and, equally, the developer and their build quality to anyone.”
There’s a choice of three, four and five-bedroom homes currently available to reserve at Appledown Grange, Marden. For more information, contact the sales office, open every day from 10am to 5.30pm, on 01622 831507 or visit jones-homes.co.uk.
Jones Homes Southern has unveiled a new Signature Collection, showcasing a range of homes with exceptionally high specification.
The collection will be rolled out in larger homes across the company’s developments in the South East.
The first Signature Collection show home has opened at Jones Homes’ flagship Kingsborough Manor development in Eastchurch, Kent. The next development to feature the range will be Folders Grove, in Burgess Hill, West Sussex, where two Signature Collection show homes are due to open later this year.
Sales and Marketing Director Sara Stanhope said: “Jones Homes has built its reputation on creating homes which demonstrate the highest standards of design and specification.
“At Kingsborough Manor, we have spent 20 years building large executive homes to help attract new residents to the area and to meet the needs of people who already live in Eastchurch.
“This approach, which was masterminded by the local authority, has enabled us to create a thriving new community at Kingsborough Manor. As we move into the final stages, we identified a need to raise the bar even further and the new Signature Collection was our response.”
The Signature Collection homes feature luxurious extras as standard. Bathrooms have been designed with full height Porcelanosa tiling, Villeroy and Boch sanitaryware and Hansgrohe taps. The Aqualisa digital showers and digital bath fillers add an additional level of indulgence. For home entertainment, there’s even the option of adding an integrated home sound system, which can be operated from around the house.
The open-plan Symphony kitchens combine style and functionality, with integrated Neff appliances, including a wine cooler and induction hob.
The star of the Signature Collection at Kingsborough Manor is the garden room, which floods the homes with space and light through the expansive windows and bifold doors. There are also wider driveways, remote control garage doors and external floodlights.
Sara Stanhope said: “The new Signature Collection has been extremely well received at Kingsborough Manor and we are confident it will be just as popular when we unveil the homes at Folders Grove.
“The range has been driven by our customers’ feedback and it will continue to evolve, but the principles of luxurious fixtures and fittings, complemented by additional space and light, will remain at the heart of the collection.”
Four and five-bedroom homes at Kingsborough Manor range from £600,000 to £660,000. For more information on Jones Homes Southern developments and the Signature Collection see jones-homes.co.uk