Dukes Rise is an exclusive, small development of just ten new homes in Brandlesholme, Bury. The development is located on the site of The Old Duke, which was a well-known hostelry in the area. Dukes Rise is ideal for all buyers, including families, looking for a stylish new home in Bury.
Every home on the development is set to exceed buyers’ expectations, with high quality build, well thought out living areas and superior fittings that come as standard in most Seddon homes. All of the homes are accompanied by either a single or double garage. These 3 and 4 bedroom homes are designed for modern family living and all include a stylish rigid built kitchen as standard.
Seddon Homes offers a variety of initiatives including the highly successful Government-backed Help to Buy incentive. To learn more about our offers please view the Help & Guidance section above. We can help to make buying your ideal home a reality.
Why buy a new home in Bury?
For those searching for a new home in Bury, Dukes Rise is located in the friendly suburb of Brandlesholme.
There are plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities in and around Brandlesholme. Burrs Country Park is 10 minutes away and is home to one of the sculpture clusters on the Irwell Sculpture Trail. The River Irwell meanders through the Park and Burrs Mill Chimney, where the original mill floor and the water wheel pit have all been retained, making it the perfect location for relaxing walks.
Closer to home there are some interesting historical sights to be seen, including, Peel Tower which stands at 128 feet high and was built to commemorate the life of Sir Robert Peel, whom served twice as Prime Minister and also Home secretary. The tower has 148 steps and there are amazing views from the top. Also worth a mention is nearby Bury Museum, which has many Roman artefacts on display, and is well worth a visit.
If food is your thing, Brandlesholme is a 1.7 mile drive from Bury town centre, which is famed for its open-air market and the traditional local dish, black pudding. Also, located in Bury, is The Rock Shopping Centre which is a modern and recently developed complex, with an array of high street shops and a range of different eateries to suit everyone’s tastes.
There is a small selection of shops in Brandlesholme Shopping Precinct, known locally as the ‘Top Shops’. They include a Tesco Express convenience store, bakery, hairdresser, chemist, a selection of takeaways, florist, off licence and newsagents. This means that all your last-minute shopping needs are easily available.
Brandlesholme also has a variety of sports clubs, including the Woodbank Cricket Club and Brandlesholme Warriors Junior Football Club. The scenic Greenmount Golf Course is 2 miles away.
Most children in the area attend Woodhey High School, in nearby Ramsbottom or Tottington High School in Brandlesholme. Woodbank Primary School on Brandlesholme Road, received a ‘Good’ rating in the 2016 Ofsted report.
Business and industry
Greater Manchester is filled with opportunities. With the bright lights of Manchester being the second most globally influential city in the UK after London, means there are many job opportunities, in a range of sectors, including digital and creative, financial, legal and business services, biotechnology, advanced manufacturing, environmental technologies, tourism, media and property.
Dukes Rise in Brandlesholme, is a handy short walk away from local shops. There are two bus stops located directly outside Dukes Rise and frequent bus services run along the road every 15 minutes.
Nearby Bury Interchange runs tram services throughout Greater Manchester. Manchester City Centre is just a 30-minute journey away via Metrolink tram services, which means Dukes Rise is ideal for commuters.
Brandlesholme Road (B6214) is the main road through the area and leads to the centre of Bury or Ramsbottom. Brandlesholme is easily accessible from the M66 and surrounding major roads, meaning there is excellent access for commuters. Manchester Airport is under 30 miles away which is a great advantage for frequent flyers.