New place soon meant company
Street filled with friendly neighbours
WHEN Alison and John Igesund moved into their newbuild home they felt a bit lonesome. They were among the very first to move into Den View, Maud. But since then, they’ve been enjoying the company, as properties all around them were snapped up. Alison, 29, a part-time playgroup worker, who’s also mum to Jack, 3, said: “John and I felt a little lonely here when we first moved in, but it has since filled up with lots of families. “Our hope was our son Jack would have plenty of little chums to play with once he’s a little older.” But now Alison and
The well-equipped fitted kitchen. John have been made an we were so attracted to offer they can hardly this house is because it refuse. offers a high degree of “John’s parents have privacy,” said Alison. offered to sell us their “It’s brilliant being able to farmhouse in open the patio doors in the Auchnagatt,” said Alison. lounge and just let Jack run “Jack loves it at the around our back garden. ” farmhouse, as his granny often takes him for long walks there and he just loves to see all the animals in the fields. ” Alison and John, 29, a sheet metal worker with Reward, have put their own stamp on their threebedroom home with some signature wallpaper. The accommodation includes a cloakroom, lounge/dining area, kitchen, three bedrooms, and family bathroom. “One of the main reasons The home, which is decorated in neutral tones, is ready to move into with the minimum fuss. “We just hope whoever moves in enjoys the house as much as we have,” said Alison.