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Luxury property developer opens the doors to its latest show-stopping home


Award winning development’s


show home opens to the public


Luxury South Wales property developer Waterstone Homes has opened the doors to its newest luxuriously designed show home on the Welsh coast, offering members of the public an exclusive sneak peak around the award-winning property. Located at the hotly anticipated Tusker’s Point beachfront development in Ogmore- by-Sea, awarded Best Residential Development of the year in Wales at Te UK Property Awards, the brand-new show home will provide guests with the chance to take a look at its expertly designed interior décor while admiring the coastal views. Consisting of just 12 four-bedroom family homes, the small development is made up of four varying house styles, many with breathtaking sea views and a distinctive ‘upside-down’ layout that maximizes the idyllic coastal setting. Only two properties remain on the market - Te Breaksea at £640,000 and Te Colhugh at £590,000. At the higher end of the new build property market, Waterstone Homes attracts a cross section of working professionals wanting the simplicity of a well thought out, considerately designed, luxury home. Created by interior design specialists Sunrise Interiors, who have collaboratively worked with Waterstone Homes for a number of years, the show home has been carefully designed to reflect its coastal setting. Director of Sunrise Interiors, Claire Gillard, said: “Waterstone Homes appreciates good designs and allows us the artistic freedom to create stunning interiors to complement their luxury homes. Although we are appealing to a wide range of professional purchasers, they all have one thing in common as they expect thoughtfully designed understated luxury. “Our brief for the scheme was brave, contemporary and stylish coastal living. We


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were inspired by the glamour of Art Deco Miami, whilst using the wonderful moody colours of the Ogmore-by-Sea seascape; stormy blues, sea-greens and greys. In the lounge, our starting point was a bold herringbone wallpaper dictating the colour palette that then flowed throughout the house. “Deep petrol blue toned velvet sofas were teamed with over-scaled floor lamps and mirrors and the centre-piece was a multi levelled dramatic glass and chrome coffee table. Te rich blues continue into the stunning master suite which is luxurious and tranquil with its centre-piece free standing bath in which to relax with views of the sea”. Andrea Gardner, Sales and Marketing Director for Waterstone Homes, said of her most recent show home: “We knew we had a special development when we came Highly Commended at the Best Residential Development of the year in Wales at the International Property Awards, and seeing the show home designed so beautifully really is the icing on the cake. Having sold all but two of our Ogmore homes, we almost didn’t create a show home this time, but we couldn’t help but want to show off our true style and creativity.” Following a successful year for Waterstone Homes, with the company having announced significant growth in its year-end figures and turnover up from £9m to £21m, the property developer’s next projects will see developments come to St Nicholas Fields, in the Vale of Glamorgan, and Broad Haven in Pembrokeshire, as well as a second Waterstone Homes development making its way to Swansea. Te Tusker’s Point show home at Ogmore-by-Sea is open daily between 10am and 5pm. Private out-of-hours appointments are also available.


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