A SHINING example of the new homes at Avalon in Glastonbury has taken centre stage at the popular development.

Elan Homes has seen high demand for properties, attracting a mix of first time buyers and families alike keen to live in the Somerset town famed for the annual music festival.

Those hoping to live in one of the new homes can now enjoy exclusive access to a very important property – the three-bedroom detached Fairford show home.

The showcase home is open for viewing by appointment only, helping buyers to imagine themselves living at Avalon.

Elan regional sales director Tracey Ball explained: “There’s a real buzz about the homes we’re building in Glastonbury. It’s proving to be a popular choice with buyers and we’ve had some fantastic feedback since opening the show home.  For many people it’s really helped bring the dream of owning a brand new home alive. We have a growing guest list of potential purchasers keen to view. We’re maintaining an appointment only system so that they can look around at their leisure and have a dedicated time to speak with the sales team about their housing needs.”

The show home is a generously proportioned property that looks traditional outside, while inside it’s been designed with modern living in mind.

The spacious lounge spans the entire length of the property; while the open plan kitchen and dining room is on the other side of the hallway, offering direct access to the garden via French doors. A convenient cloakroom and handy utility complete the ground floor.

Upstairs are three good-sized bedrooms, one with en-suite and fitted wardrobes, plus the family bathroom.

Elan enlisted the expertise of stylists from Edward Thomas Interiors to design and furnish the show home.

Andy Richardson, managing director at Edward Thomas Interiors, explained: “Our styling for the show home at Avalon is designed to appeal to young couples and families. We chose a bold and unusual colour palette of mauve, indigo, chartreuse yellow and blush pink to really make an impact and create an individual, boutique appearance. House hunters will find lighting and accessories all have a gold influence while wall art follows simple lines and shapes including painted block panelling, which is very popular right now.

“Continuing to add splashes of glamour throughout the home, the bedrooms have mirrored furniture and glass accessories and the main bedroom has a beautiful floral-patterned wallpaper which brings an element of femininity to the design. Finally, the third bedroom has a bright and colourful dalmatian theme including a spotted feature wall.”

For the latest availability and pricing or to arrange a viewing, see or call 01458888373.

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