A STUNNING show apartment which will display luxury properties on offer has opened to the Bolton public.

The two-bedroom apartment in Marlowe House at Jones Homes’ Clevelands development, off Chorley New Road, will allow people to view the latest interior design trends as well as highlighting the layout and design of the properties on sale.

Gemma Pownall, sales and marketing director for Jones Homes North West, said: “Our new show apartment at Clevelands has been carefully decorated and furnished by professional interior designers and is the perfect showcase for the homes we have available at this sought-after development.

“Visitors have been particularly impressed by the apartment’s light and airy feel and the superior quality specification on offer here.

“Given that there are only 12 apartments available within Marlowe House, I would urge anyone considering moving here to visit us without delay.”

Apartments in Marlowe House all have allocated parking and start from £234,950. Homes at Clevelands can be secured with a five per cent deposit and a 75 per cent mortgage using the Government-backed Help to Buy scheme. The remaining 20 per cent is provided as an equity loan, which is interest-free for five years.

The show apartment at Clevelands is open from 10am to 5pm on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays and from 11am to 5pm on Saturdays and Sundays. For more information call 01204 493715 or visit jones-homes.co.uk.

Jones Homes, based in Cheshire, builds more than 600 homes in the UK every year.

Earlier this year, work began on a Jones Homes scheme to develop a “village-type community” for over 55s in in the grounds of the Last Drop Village Hotel in Bromley Cross.

The controversial plans saw 98 new homes given the go-ahead, despite more than 660 letters of objection from nearby residents. As part of the scheme, a deal was also struck between Jones Homes and Bolton Council whereby the developer will contribute more than £500,000 in Section 106 payments to the local economy in a bid to ensure the development does not have a negative impact on the surrounding area.