If you are looking for a new home in Derbyshire then Seddon Homes have a development of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes that is perfect for you. Our Rosebay development boasts a collection of new homes in Chapel-en-le-Frith that offers an opportunity for a range of buyers to move into this Peak District town. Each new build property at Rosebay will be constructed using only the best materials and will offer spacious designs to meet the needs of even the most discerning buyer.
The superior specification on show, both externally and internally, at Rosebay will capture the imagination of all types of buyers. With a variety of new homes in Chapel-en-le-Frith, Seddon Homes is sure that there is a property that matches your personality and is perfect for you at Rosebay.
From 2 bed first time buyer homes to 4 bedroom family homes and with Help to Buy available, securing a brand new property in Derbyshire for you and your family is a reality. For more information on all of our initiatives please see our Help & Guidance section.
Why buy a new home in Chapel-en-le-Frith?
For those searching for a new home in Derbyshire, Rosebay is located in the small rural town of Chapel-en-le-Frith with a history spanning from 1225.
An area of real beauty, Chapel-en-le-Frith lies in the High Peak area of Derbyshire just outside the Peak National Park and is strategically placed for easy access to western and central areas of the National Park. Both Eccles Pike and Castle Naze offer superb views of the area which are a walk away.
If you enjoy eating and drinking out, then the cobbled market square is an area that will fast become one of your favourites with a range of restaurants, cafés, and pubs. The square also takes centre stage every Thursday for the popular local farmers market.
Love the great outdoors? Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire is perfect for you, as there is a variety of walking and cycling routes that the whole family can enjoy. In close proximity to Rosebay is the National Trust’s ‘Mam Tor’, which is a fantastic location for hiking and sight seekers. The hill of ‘Mam Tor’ gives some of the best views of the Peak District and Derbyshire and a visit is highly recommended.
An abundance of activities are on offer in this charming town, whether on the challenging golf course or socialising in the clubhouse/bar, participating in fitness classes at the local leisure centre or even trying your hand at sailing on the popular Combs Reservoir. This picturesque location really does have a lot to offer!
The impressive Rosebay development is located on Long Lane, which is well positioned for easy access to a variety of local amenities including independent shops and services, cafés, restaurants, pubs and a Morrisons supermarket for those everyday essentials. There is also visitor accommodation available in local hotels throughout the town.
Within the town, there is both a Primary and Secondary school which are both well respected in the area, including Chapel-en-le-Frith High School which is also located on Long Lane.
Business and Industry
There is a small amount of industry in Chapel-en-le-Frith, including Ferodo (brake-lining manufacturer). Ferodo opened the largest brake test facility in the world in Chapel-en-le-Frith in 1969, to focus on developing new and innovative friction materials. The growth of Ferodo has been a real benefit bringing trade and growth to the area.
Less than a 20 minute car journey lies the stunning town of Buxton. Buxton boasts large employers such as The Buxton Mineral Water Company (owned by Nestle) and The Buxton Advertiser which are household names.
Rosebay in Chapel-en-le-Frith is located only a short walk from the town centre and the town’s local railway station. This station is on the commuter line and offers travel to larger towns and cities in particular Buxton to Manchester.
With great road links via the A6 to Buxton and Stockport, Rosebay’s position is perfect for commuters. Manchester Airport is also under 25 miles away which is a plus point for all travelling enthusiasts or seasonal holidaymakers.