North-east housebuilder Bancon Homes is to host a family fun day at a new city development this weekend. Kinion Place will open its doors on Saturday (August 3), with the fun getting underway at 12pm. Youngsters will love the face painting and ice cream, with lots of outdoor toys to play on. Adults can enjoy Asian street food while exploring the two show homes and imagining themselves living there.

Surrounded by countryside yet close to the new P&J Live arena and events complex, the new neighbourhood will offer 105 homes, ranging from two-bed semi-detached properties to four-bed detached houses.

The first show home is a Rosehill style four-bed detached villa featuring an open-plan kitchen, dining and family room. On the first floor, the four bedrooms benefit from built-in wardrobes to maximise extra space, with an ensuite in the master bedroom as well as a family bathroom.

The other is an Argyll style home with an integrated garage, separate living room and an open plan kitchen and dining area, which opens on to the rear garden. The master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite, with an additional two spacious bedrooms upstairs.

Leicht kitchens form the heart of the home, with Siemens appliances including dishwashers and fridge-freezers as standard, as well as built-in wardrobes and spacious open plan living and dining areas.

Jo Skinner, sales and marketing director at Bancon Homes, said: “We have had huge interest in Kinion Place and we’re looking forward to welcoming both potential buyers and current residents to the family fun day on Saturday. They can relax and explore the new development while the little ones play and enjoy ice cream and face painting.”

All are welcome to attend the fun day from 12pm to 3pm on Saturday. The development is signposted off the A96 at P&J Live.

Prices at Kinion Place currently start from £249,995 for a three-bedroom Thistle semi-detached house.

For more information, visit our Kinion Place page here on our website, or come along on Saturday 3rd August and see for yourself.