The Haw Wood

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An exceptional, modern, three-bedroom, semi-detached home with a spacious open plan kitchen/dining room, large separate living room, superfast fibre-optic broadband, cost efficient, low carbon energy system, garage and rear garden.

Three good-sized double bedrooms, master with ensuite
Contemporary open plan kitchen/dining space and separate utility room
Large separate living room
Net zero energy design: SAP ‘A’ rated for efficiency & environmental impact*
  • Three, good-sized double bedrooms, master with ensuite shower room.
  • Open plan kitchen/dining space with doors leading onto the rear garden.
  • Contemporary kitchen with modern, handleless units; Neff double oven and four zone induction hob; integrated Neff fridge-freezer and dishwasher.
  • Large separate living room.
  • Stylish, modern white bathroom suites with high quality chrome fittings.
  • Handy separate utility.
  • Cost efficient, low carbon, home energy system: high output photovoltaic solar energy and air source heat pump with zoned underfloor heating.
  • App-based, remote smart heating controls.
  • Contemporary anthracite grey oversized windows and sliding rear doors.
  • Superfast fibre-optic broadband, hard-wired Cat-5 data cabling and convenient USB charging points.
  • Rear garden with patio area.
  • Garage and additional parking spaces.
  • Electric vehicle charging point.

What's in a name?

This home is named after Ostara, or Eostre, the Anglo-Saxon goddess of spring, the East, dawn, resurrection and rebirth. Today we derive ‘Easter’ from her name, and like many other similar celebrations across cultures, she represents spring’s life force and the Earth’s renewal after winter. Her name is also closely connected to Eos, the Greek goddess of dawn. Like spring itself, she is said to be capricious, innocent but also knowing by turns. Her themes are fertility and rebirth. Her symbols are hares and eggs.

Floor Plans

Total area: 1000 SQFT

Ground Floor

Kitchen/Dining Room:
5.80m x 3.40m
19’10” X 11’2”
Living Room:
4.39m x 3.56m
14’4” x 11’7”
1.69m x 1.64m
5’5” x 5’4”

First Floor

Bedroom 1:
3.65m x 2.75m
12’0” X 9’0”
En suite 1:
2.04m x 1.99m
6’7” x 6’5”
Bedroom 2:
3.40m x 2.67m
11’2” X 8’8”
Bedroom 3:
3.02m x 2.79m
9’9” x 9’2”
2.14m x 1.90m
7’0” x 6’2”

Energy & Heating

EPC Chart
Air source heat pump
Grant Aerona³ air-to-water heat pump.
Photovoltaic solar panels
High output panels, up to 375W per panel. Peak output for property 4.5 kW.
Ground floor zoned underfloor heating; first floor flat panel radiators.
Heating controls & smart meter
Heatmiser thermostat and app-based controls.
Low energy LED lighting throughout.
Electric vehicle charging
Pod Point Solo home charger and Pod Point app.
Home storage battery
Optional PV-compatible energy storage battery.
Water use
Tap & shower aerators; rainwater recovery water butt.

* EPC Rated A “very energy efficient – lower running costs and “very environmentally friendly – lower CO2 emissions”. This is a predicted energy and environmental assessment for a property not yet completed and includes a predicted energy rating which may not represent the final energy rating of the property on completion. EPC ratings are based on the government Standard Assessment Programme software baseline assumptions for an average household, so actual usage may vary depending on household size and energy use. Costs are based on the SAP measurement for ‘regulated energy’ only. Cost will vary based on additional energy use and individual circumstances.

Regulated energy is building energy consumption resulting from the specification of controlled, fixed building services and fittings, including space heating and cooling, hot water, ventilation, fans, pumps and lighting. Such energy uses are inherent in the design of a building. EPC ratings are based on the SAP baseline assumptions for an average household, so actual usage may vary depending on household size and energy use.

Cost calculations are based on typical 4-bedroom home of approx. 2450ft2. Victorian and typical New Build Home examples based on British Gas standing and variable dual fuel rates for gas and electricity Q1 2022. The Haw Wood property based on British Gas standing and variable rates for gas Q1 2022, Octopus Go blended rate for electricity Q2 2022, home storage battery and an assumed export tariff of 7.5pm Kw. All costs inclusive of VAT where applicable. 

Computer generated images are for general guidance only – please ask your Sales Adviser for precise details of finishes and specifications.

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