New home buyers expect the best – so it’s important to make sure it’s on offer, says Dawn Urry, sales manager, Bennett Homes.

Written by Dawn Urry.

Kitchens and bathrooms are key selling points when customers are looking for a new home – and that’s why it’s important to offer the latest look.

Home interiors have come a long way over the last 20 years. Gone are the days when the only fitted appliance in a kitchen was a sink, and people preferred baths instead of showers.

Nowadays, people want more open plan homes to suit contemporary lifestyles. Separate kitchens and dining rooms have been replaced by spacious and practical family areas combining cooking, eating and even relaxing and watching TV.

AtBennettHomes, we always put customers top of the agenda and have responded to these changes in the way we live. All our kitchens now feature the latest stainless steel built-in appliances, with upstands to match work surfaces replacing the more traditional ceramic wall tiles.

We’ve installed glass cooker hoods, magic corners in base units to maximise the space and offer induction hobs and self-cleaning ovens. We’ve also increased the amount of storage space in a kitchen to accommodate everything in a tidy and streamlined way.

We even offer pull-up electrical points and USB sockets from the worktop so that people can use or recharge their phones or laptops.

Kitchens are not the only area we have reviewed and updated. Bathrooms now feature fitted furniture, attractive and practical in terms of storage; and we offer rainfall showers with large shower heads for a contemporary look.

Customers are able to really make their home their own by choosing kitchen units, worktops, tiles and bathroom fittings at our Nowton headquarters.

Coming soon is an opportunity to see all this for yourself at the launch of the new show home at our Oak Trees development at Attleborough.

You can also meet theBennettHomesteam who will be happy to answer any questions you may have. We look forward to seeing you there!

www.bennett-homes.co.uk

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