When you start looking for a new home, you’re often faced with a tricky compromise. Do you go for an Arts and Crafts period property which will take time, effort and more importantly money to bring up to date inside or a more modern, open plan new home?
With Redrow’s Heritage Collection, there are no compromises. That’s because the exterior elevations of the homes draw inspiration from the 1930’s Arts and Crafts movement, giving an instant sense of heritage while internally offering spaces designed for modern living.
Your space, your way
Stuart Norton, Redrow’s group design & technical director talks about homes being more flexible than they used to be, with the notion of labeling rooms for certain uses a thing of the past. From flexible mixed used spaces and dedicated home offices to utility rooms and en-suites to all bedrooms, the floor plan of Redrow homes offer the homeowner truly flexible living.
Stream the latest episode of The New Homes Podcast
Stuart was speaking on the latest episode of ‘The New Homes Podcast’ in which he and fellow guest, Emily, a sales consultant at our flagship Woodford Garden Village development discussed the design details that make a Redrow home, better.
If your child is a Minecraft expert or if you’re a secret Sims architect, we have just the competition for you. Across July and August we’re asking you to digitally recreate a Redrow home or development to be in with a chance to win some amazing prizes. There’s three categories - primary school age, secondary school age and 17+ so everyone can get involved.
For more information on what the judges are after, the prizes on offer and T’s and C’s, head over to our dedicated Recreate Redrow page. Check out the amazing work of @the.sims.sisters below to get you inspired!