First look inside luxury show home in new village near Worksop

Visitors are invited to get an “insight” into new homes available at a “new village” near Worksop.

Monday, 24th May 2021, 2:40 pm
The five-bedroom, detached Knightsbridge II is one of a number of properties being built by Jones Homes at the new Van Dyk Village, between Barlborough and Whitwell Common.

A Knightsbridge II show home is now open for viewings at Jones Homes’ new Van Dyk Village, off the A619 between Barlborough and Whitwell Common.

The development comprises a selection of three, four and five-bedroom properties, with five Knightsbridge II and four Connaught II homes for sale.

The Knightsbridge II, priced from £634,995, comes with a detached double garage, and is described as “a contemporary five-bedroom home ideal for growing families”, while the five-bedroom Connaught II, priced from £619,995, comes with an integral double garage.

Lucy Simpson, business development manager for interior design firm Clayton & Company, which styled the Knightsbridge II show home, says: "From the moment you enter the front door, there’s an instantly luxurious feel with the stylish, glass-panelled stairs.”

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Jayne Swift, Jones Homes Yorkshire sales and marketing director, said: “The Knightsbridge II is a luxurious and well-designed property which showcases the high specification of the properties being built within Van Dyk Village.

“Visitors will get an insight not only into the high-quality design of these homes but also into the traditional village feel that we’ve recreated in this beautiful Derbyshire location.”

The show home has been styled by interior design company Clayton & Company.

Lucy says: "Located at the rear of the property, this charming 20-feet living room features rich blue and green tones for a touch of opulence, while offering an expanse of space for the whole family to come together. With bi-folding doors leading into the garden, the space is flooded with natural light and will be perfect in the coming months for letting in the fresh air of a bright, sunshine-filled day. As well as the deep tone plush rich blue sofas, we also included two softer blue armchairs by the door to add a tranquil area for looking out onto the lovely garden.”

Lucy Simpson, Clayton & Company business development manager, said: “Our talented interior designer Fran Spooner styled the show home to reflect real family living while keeping to Jones Homes’ signature elegant style.

“Throughout the home, we’ve brought together a mixture of chromes, golds, and splashes of rich colours and textures to create an opulent appearance.”

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Lucy says: “The pristine white cabinets and sleek marble counters create a bright, airy space which is enhanced by the carefully positioned downlights."
Lucy says: “The Knightsbridge II enjoys a spacious open-plan kitchen and family area, located at the rear of the property, which is both luxurious yet family-oriented. The light wood-effect floor contrasts nicely with the emerald-green dining chairs to match the overall contemporary design of the room.”
Lucy Simpson, of interior design firm Clayton & Company, says: "Just to the left as you enter the property is the generously sized dining room, separate from the other downstairs areas. From the upholstered velvet chairs and parquet table to the eye-catching gold ornate mirror and chandelier, this plush room was designed with fine dining in mind. This lavish room is guaranteed to impress any guest.”
Lucy says: "The study, situated at the front of the home, offers seclusion and privacy in abundance. Cut off from the rest of the house, this is the perfect space for homeworking. As you walk in, you’re faced with an elegant but functional desk, a cosy armchair and a mirrored drinks trolley – an essential for modern day living. Fit with all the study essentials, this luxury space offers the peace and quiet needed for a productive day at work – which couldn’t be timelier in our current climate.”
The ground floor features a utility room and cloakroom.
Lucy says: "The family area leads into a splendid garden room, which also features bi-folding doors leading out into the garden, as well as cathedral style window, meaning the room brims with natural light throughout the day. White furniture dominates this room, complementing the light and airy atmosphere. It is an ideal space for entertaining family and friends alike."
Lucy Simpson, of interior design firm Clayton & Company, which dressed the show home, says: "Upstairs, in the large master bedroom, we’ve aimed for a hotel chic level of luxury. A mix of textured neutral colours and hints of gold come together nicely from the feature wallpaper and furniture. This, together with the crisp white bedding, forms a sumptuous ambiance."
Lucy says: "The bedroom, along with bedroom two, features its own en-suite shower room, for that added touch of luxury and privacy.”
Lucy says: “The dark wood bedside tables sit well against the textured gold flex wallpaper and the deep blue cushions to create an elegant yet calming effect.”
Lucy says: "The mirror-fronted wardrobe also means there is ample space for storage and reflects the light into the room.”
Both the master bedroom and bedroom two boast ensuite shower rooms.
The Knightsbridge II is described as a "luxurious and well-designed property".
Lucy Simpson, of interior design firm Clayton & Company, which styled the Knightsbridge II show home, says: "Visualised as a guest bedroom, bedroom three features a blend of pastel greens and creams to give a peaceful, neutral tone. We’ve ensured this room remains classy with not too much going on, to avoid detracting from the lovely space it offers – although the quirky light and wall-mounted bedside table indeed add a contemporary touch.”
Lucy says: "Though still relatively neutral in colour, bedroom four was designed with a young adult in mind. We included the striped bedding and yellow cushions as a subtle gesture towards this. With the soft cloud-effect feature wallpaper, we aimed to create a calm and welcoming ambience that might appeal to a student seeking comfort after a term away from home at university."
Lucy Simpson, of interior design firm Clayton & Company, says: "This pastel-coloured room is playful and offers plenty of space for bedroom essentials. Here we’ve used a single bed to give ample space for playtime, as well as night-time reading on the rocking chair.”
Jones Homes says its Van Dyk Village, comprises a selection of three, four and five-bedroom properties.