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Monday, December 12, 2005

> 12 December 2005
> It's time to swap paint for paste as wallpaper is making a dramatic comeback in the homes of the rich and famous, according to media pundits. Ands it's not just celebrities who are rejecting traditional magnolia here in the North West. Leading developer Crosby Homes is so convinced that times are changing, that it is offering potential homebuyers a completely new design experience at its ARC development in Withington.
> With bright, bold and striking wallpaper, the stunning show homes at this exclusive development, cannot fail to inspire and amaze visitors. Combining art deco styling with influences from the late 50s and 60s in a riot of colour and texture, the 3-storey townhouse and 2-bedroom garden apartment are unlike any other show homes in the Northwest.
> "2006 could see the end of magnolia walls and cream and brown furniture, as homebuyers seek out new homes with more colour, character and cosiness", says Caroline Saville, Sales and Marketing Director at Crosby Homes. "Today's homebuyer is looking for a property with personality and verve rather than the tired 'white box' which is now seriously old-hat. The design at ARC is far more adventurous than in traditional show homes, giving people the vision to be more creative with new properties.
> "With flamboyant prints and colours ranging from lime green to fuchsia pink, every room has its own unique style. Quirky features and an eclectic mix of materials including natural hard woods, contemporary glass, chrome fixtures and fittings and the most luxurious mix of sensuous fabrics, ensure there is something for everyone at ARC. But it's definitely not for the faint-hearted !"
> Located near to Christies Hospital on St. Paul's Road, Withington, ARC is expected to be popular with the medical fraternity, as well as young professionals looking for a modern, flexible living space close to local amenities and Manchester city centre.
> Comprising 36 spacious apartments and ten elegant townhouses, ARC clearly reflects Withington's Victorian heritage with traditional styling and construction materials used throughout. It takes its name from the feature archway, which leads to a central private gated courtyard at the heart of the development.
> Prices start at £185,000 for a spacious 2-bedroom apartment and £320,000 for an impressive 3-bedroom townhouse. For further information, please contact the marketing team direct on 0161 448 2031 or visit the show homes and marketing suite, open daily from 10am to 5pm.
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> Press contact: Deborah Garritty or Emily Goehler @ Bell Pottinger North
> + 44 (1625) 506444


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