Seddon Homes announces new luxury development in sought after Cheshire village

Posted on February 27th, 2013

Leading developer Seddon Homes is going back to its Cheshire roots with the launch of a new development of just 12 detached homes in the popular village of Tarvin just outside Chester.
Work has begun on the development Tervyn Lea that will consist of a selection of 3 and 4 bedroom new homes in Tarvin. Cheshire-based, family-owned Seddon Homes is confident that there will be keen interest in the high-spec properties, particularly for growing families who need more space but are keen to stay in the area.

Packed full of design features such as high quality German kitchens with Electrolux built-in appliances as well as Blanco sinks, the homes at Tervyn Lea are expected to prove hugely popular and are already generating interest from local buyers.

“We are very excited about this development,” said Seddon Homes sales and marketing director Denis Maddock. “These homes will satisfy the needs of the most discerning home buyer looking to buy a new home in the Chester area. Garages as standard, fenced gardens and luxurious en-suite facilities all combine with a Seddon build quality that is unsurpassed by any other local new homes development.”

“It is our experience that there is still strong underlying demand for generous specification, well- built new homes, in good locations. Seddon Homes has a reputation for quality and we aim to help cater for that demand with Tervyn Lea.”

The development is in a much sought after area, just 6 miles from the historic City of Chester, boasting good schools, restaurants and independent shops as well as larger retailers. The development also lies within easy reach of all major motorway links for Manchester and Liverpool.

Prices for Tervyn Lea are expected to be released in March but should start from in the region of £240,000. In the meantime, potential buyers can register their interest and find out more by visiting www.seddonhomes.co.uk, calling 0845 456 9667, or following the developments progress on twitter @sed_tervynlea.

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