Quality stone built homes in a beautiful semi-rural locationPosted on January 19th, 2018
Each new build home has been constructed using high quality materials and the designs are sure to impress even the most discerning buyer. Thanks to their stone exterior and excellent location, the homes at Rosebay have already proven very popular.
Chapel-en-le-Frith has history which spans from 1225 and the charming cobbled streets are home to a range of restaurants and pubs. There is also a popular farmers’ market every Thursday.
If you love the outdoors, this location is perfect for you. There is an abundance of walking and cycling routes in and around Derbyshire and The National Trust’s ‘Mam Tor’ is not far. It provides some of the best views of the Peak District and you might even spot some paragliders!
We currently have Plot 43 – The Bowland – available. This is a 3 bedroom, semi-detached home and is ideal for first time buyers or growing families. On the ground floor you will find a handy WC, bright kitchen with contemporary Zanussi appliances and patio doors to the rear garden. The Lounge is welcoming and lets in plenty of natural light.
Upstairs there is a sizable master bedroom with en suite, a second double bedroom and a further single bedroom. You will also find the stylish family bathroom with white sanitary ware from Ideal Standard.
The Bowland is available for £205,000. Check with one of our Sales Advisors to see if you are eligible for the Government backed Help to Buy scheme. This means you only need a minimum 5% deposit to secure your new home. The Government will then lend you a further 20% in the form of an equity loan, which is interest free for the first 5 years. This is a great way to get on the property ladder & isn’t just for first time buyers either! You can find out more about the scheme here.
Our show homes are open 7 days a week from 10am – 5pm, so if you fancy taking a look around & having a chat with one of our friendly Sales Advisors just pop in! Or, give us a call on 01298 875775.Blog page Older Posts Newer Posts