Kelly and Scott Trivett, and their baby daughter, Harley-Jay have moved into the Bloor Homes development at The Grange in Haydon End, the third phase of Swindon's giant Priory Vale housing area . Now safely inside their delightful three-bedroom semi-detached ?Kilmersdon?, the family couldn?t be happier with the move.
"Already, we feel at home," smiles Kelly. "We previously lived in a Bloor house at Saunders' Brook in Priory Vale. But we knew Harley-Jay was on the way, we looked for a property that offered more room. Bloor again had what we needed. The Kilmersdon house-type has it all: the space we need, a large garden, and all within a beautiful cul-de-sac setting."
For Kelly, the rural charms of The Grange within the wider appeal of Priory Vale proved an irresistible draw. "The area lives up to all its promises," she says. "Throughout, each home blends perfectly with the environment and its green open spaces. It really feels as if we?re living in a small English village."
Despite being the proud owner of a new Bloor Homes property, Kelly has an even closer link with the company. She's the daughter of the company's Sales Director, Lorraine Palmer. "I'm delighted to see my daughter and her family moving to The Grange," she said. "Living here, they benefit from the best of both worlds ? a location with great amenities that's just a stone's throw from stunning countryside."
Kelly's husband, Scott, is a builder used to work for Bloor Homes. "Scott can vouch for Bloor Homes' quality housebuilding skills," says Kelly. "If he had anything less than complete confidence in Bloor's reputation, we wouldn't have moved here. Now we have, it's reassuring to know we've made a good move."
Pictured, Kelly, Scott and Harley-Jay Trivett receive a welcome bouquet from Bloor Sales Negotiator Karen Turner.