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The Telford

Lethington Gardens

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Welcome to the Telford show home at Stewart Gardens, Newton Mearns. This is a trendy five bedroom townhouse, with three floors, each offering a great living experience. You’ll find luxury throughout, with open plan luxury living on the ground floor, private pamper spaces on the first floor, and the crown that sits atop this home, the second floor bedroom with coombe ceilings, walk in wardrobe and en-suite. 

As we enter the home we have a large vestibule area, there is a full length mirror ideal for primping yourself on the way in and out. From here, you enter a long hallway, with taupe walls and solid oak doors, paired with a brown hardwood floor. The first room we come to off this area is the lounge, with a neutral colour scheme and some comfortable seating. There is a dual aspect window facing the front of the home, and with a mix of yellow, brown, and grey textured curtains and cushions, it is a warm and inviting place to relax. 

Moving into the open plan kitchen and dining area, we find a hearty ochre colour on the walls, paired with deep brown furniture including the dining and coffee table. A modern yellow couch also sits next to the large French doors, providing a tranquil spot to relax with the door wide open in summer, and fresh air filling the room. Black and white cushions, wall art and curtains break up the large burst of yellow, making it feel more subdued. Carved wooden stools sit underneath a relaxed breakfast bar area, with a teapot and mugs at the ready.

The kitchen is a uniformed space with modern cabinets and worktops. Integrated appliances like a double oven and Elextrolux hob are on show, while the dishwasher is tucked away out of sight. There’s also a utility room with even more storage and your boiler, while a washing machine can easily be plumbed in. 

Heading upstairs to the first floor, we find the first of the four bedrooms on this level. It makes great use of colour with a duck egg and grey geometric patterned wallpaper, paired with lilac bedding and a rustic orange headboard and bed base. There is also a stylish zig zag patterned dressing table and mirror, and the black and white colours stand out against the colour for an interesting, inverted look. The curtains hang full height from ceiling to floor, framing a window which looks out over the landscaped back garden. Tucked discreetly to the side of the bedroom are bifold fitted wardrobes, one each side of a corridor, which allow couples to have their individual space for their belongings. 

This bedroom also has an en-suite, with a mix of black subway tiles around the shower area and a beige coloured chunkier tile on the other walls and floor. There is also a modular sink with storage, a large wall mirror and a ledge ideal for storing toiletries and displaying ornaments and plants. We have added some foliage to give the bathroom an ethereal pop of green.

Moving to bedroom two with sloping ceilings at either side there is a Velux window providing views in each direction. The soft grey pattern on the feature wall is lit up with the cosy bedside lamps, and the furniture is a popular choice for home owners, with the combination of grey doors and wooden surfaces looking new without being ultra-modern. The pink velvet armchair and chaise lounge add a feminine touch, along with the little packages from Harvey Nichols and Creed lying unopened around the room.

Bedroom three has a more rustic feel, with earthy blue and brown bedsheets and pillows, while the suitcase style beside tables and dressers have a rugged bulky look to them. This is paired with delicate accessory choices, such as the flower shaped mirror and the thin stalks on the bedside lamps. There is also a sliding fitted wardrobe tucked behind the door.

The final bedroom on this level is bedroom four, which showcases its versatility and is staged as a casual study area. With a transparent glass desk and computer, this room is brought to life with a dark blue geometric wallpaper and some abstract brushstroke art adding some white space. Completing this floor is the family bathroom at the head of the stairs.

Finally, on the second floor of this home, is the fifth bedroom, saving the best until last. This room has a sloping ceiling at each end, with Velux windows looking out to the front and back. There are features galore, with two walk in wardrobes positioned symmetrically, one either side of the en-suite bathroom. The floor space is plentiful, with a large bed between mirrored bedside units, and a warm red colour scheme, with feature wallpaper around all walls and below the coombes. The en-suite has a charcoal slate coloured tile from floor to ceiling throughout, with a different pattern in the shower cubicle. There is also a window providing natural light. 

And that concludes the tour of this beautiful three storey home. If you’d like to see more at Stewart Gardens, visit our development page or contact the Sales Consultant for more information.

*This show home includes features which are optional upgrades available at an additional cost. Please speak to your sales consultant to confirm what is included as part of the standard specification on your desired development.

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