With Easter celebrations looking likely to be spent very differently this year, many families are gearing up to enjoy this traditional spring holiday within the safe environment of their own homes. Millwood Designer Homes’ Sales and Marketing Director Philip Brown explores some of the best Millwood properties for an Easter Egg Search at home.
Easter is fast approaching, and this year it will certainly be a celebration unlike previous years for most families. Following the government’s advice to stay at home, all public Easter Egg Searches across the country have been cancelled or postponed, leaving families unable to celebrate the event in the normal way.
But, whilst parents and children are unable to go outside, there is nothing to stop families bringing the egg-search into their own home! At Millwood, we pride ourselves on being able to create functional family homes with an abundance of space, meaning a number of our brand new properties offer egg-cellent space for all the family to enjoy a traditional egg-search at home, whilst not setting a foot outside the front door.
At Hawthornden, our new collection of homes in Yalding, Kent, The Upperberry is a five-bedroom property ideal for a egg-search at home. With a large number of rooms including a living room, dining room, study, utility room and cloakroom, as well as five large bedrooms – three with en-suites – there are plenty of places to hide the chocolate treats. Downstairs, the family/kitchen/breakfast area provides the perfect space to start and finish a search, and the added breakfast bar is an ideal base for storing collected eggs.
Bakers Field is positioned just five minutes from Pegwell and Sandwich Bay in Cliffsend, the perfect place for a picturesque Easter Egg Search in less challenging circumstances. However, at the development there are plenty of homes ideal for an alternative home egg hide and seek. The Bidborough is a four bedroom detached home, and has access to a spacious rear private garden where eggs can be hidden safely. Inside, the living room, dining room, study and family/breakfast/kitchen area offer plenty of options for hiding places, whilst the master bedroom and walk-in dressing area provides a stylish hiding place where the children wouldn’t think to look!The final home at Windlewood, Abbington House, has excessive amounts of space, providing plenty of opportunity to hide the chocolate goodies. Situated in the heart of Crowborough, the property has flowing open-plan interiors, with the ground floor leading seamlessly upstairs, creating a smooth and coherent Easter trail. The commodious kitchen/breakfast/family area has plenty of space to decorate for the occasion and French doors leading onto a private landscaped garden, with plenty of greenery to hide eggs behind.
To find out more information on the above properties and to discover more of Millwood’s beautiful new homes, visit www.millwooddesignerhomes.co.uk.