New place soon meant com­pany

Street filled with friendly neigh­bours

Evening Express (City Final) - Home Life - - FAMILY LIVING - By Donna Ewen

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.


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