Qualis Homes has unveiled details of its upcoming Springwood Grove housing development in Epping, which are set to go on sale from May 11.

The contemporary new homes are expected to cater to a range of lifestyles, featuring one to three-bedroom apartments, as well as three and four-bedroom houses.

Nestled in the tranquil Springwood Grove, the 45 homes are designed for 'style' and 'efficiency'.

Emily Gilchrist, the sales and marketing manager at Qualis Homes, said: "We have designed the homes at Springwood Grove to not only look fantastic but to deliver convenience and efficiency for those living in them.

"We kept lifestyle considerations firmly in mind when selecting fixtures and fittings, to ensure that buyers fall in love with their homes for the long term.

"It’s the little touches that make a big difference to the overall living experience."

According to Qualis Homes, the carefully designed interiors aim to capture the hearts of buyers with their thoughtful details and impressive finish.

The kitchens set the tone, boasting Silestone worktops paired with elegant, matt cabinets in neutral shades.

LED lighting and Bosh ovens are integrated in each home, in a bid to showcase the commitment to quality which Qualis Homes aims to uphold.

The houses and apartments adapt to the 'fabric-first' approach, employing air-source heat pumps and modern electric radiators to keep the homes warm during the chilly months.

The development is completely gas-free.

Other modern features include floor tiling, wall-hung sanitary ware in bathrooms, and bicycle storage areas.

With Epping High Street just a stone’s throw away and Epping Underground station within walking distance, the development aims to ensure quick access to local amenities.

To encourage greener lifestyles, electric car-charging points have also been incorporated.

The construction process has also taken a mindful approach to preserving the surroundings.

Several existing trees have been retained, with additional trees and bird and bat boxes added to promote biodiversity.

Central to the development is the protected habitat of the great crested newts, housed in a designated ecological area featuring a pond with surrounding shrubs and grassland.

For additional information about the new homes at Springwood Grove, potential buyers can visit the Qualis Homes website.