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Local songstress wows visitors at new show homes opening

Skylarks, one of Chesterfield’s most eagerly awaited new homes developments, got off to a flying start enhanced by local singer/songwriter Emily Harris who serenaded visitors to the two beautiful new show homes opened to the public by William Davis Homes recently.

19 year old Emily performed classics, modern standards and covers by some of her favourite artists including Ed Shearan and Bon Iver, giving the launch a wonderful summer feel. Emily whose entire family are musicians, has been singing professionally for 18 months and will now spend the rest of the summer putting the finishing touches to her new EP, which she’s working on with the Launch Pad programme in Sheffield.

Stephen Rush, Sales Director at William Davis Homes commented: “We were delighted to feature Emily and her music over the launch weekend here at Skylarks, helping to celebrate William Davis Homes return to Chesterfield after five years. Skylarks’ occupies a prime position on the edge of the town, benefitting from local shops, schools and amenities, yet it’s easily commutable to neighbouring Sheffield and really is becoming known as the best address for living in Chesterfield.”

With 16 new homes already sold at Skylarks it’s becoming a popular new housing developments within Chesterfield and will feature a range of two to five bedroom homes in 15 different designs and layouts in a carefully planned and landscaped environment. Ideal for those looking for their first home, somewhere with room to grow or just that little bit easier to manage, homes at Skylarks are all traditionally built with the highest quality finishes including well known-brands such as Smeg, Hive, Porcelanosa and Roca.

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