Blossom Gate, on Back Lane will be a delightful development of 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom new homes in Congleton, East Cheshire.
These new homes will be located off a delightful tree-canopied road with a picturesque and private feel, whilst still being within close proximity to local amenities.
The high standard of build quality, synonymous with Seddon Homes, will be evident in every new home on the development. Many items that other home builders charge as ‘extras’ are included as standard in your new Seddon home, including a designer rigid built kitchen.
Blossom Gate, in Congleton will have something to offer everyone and with a range of buying methods available; including the Government-backed Help to Buy scheme, we make buying your new home that bit easier.
Why buy your new home in Congleton?
The historic market town of Congleton lies on the banks of the River Dane in south east Cheshire and is part of the beautiful Cheshire Peak District.
Congleton has a bustling community with over 150 local organisations and groups, together with a popular shopping centre and a theatre.
The charming town is well known for its flowers, festivals, beer and bears due to its history with bear-baiting in the 1620s.
These days the town is known affectionately known as ‘Beartown’ and even works with charities to help rescue distressed bears around the world.
Bear figurines can be seen all around Congleton, with many bear related events taking place throughout the year.
Blossom Gate is located near to Black Firs Primary School, which was given a ‘good’ rating by Ofsted in 2017. Congleton High School is under a 5 minute drive away and is also within walking distance from the development.
These new homes in Congleton are next to the playing fields – which is great if your kids are sports mad, or if you need an open space to play with the family dog!
The development has pedestrian access to bus stops on Chestnut Drive, which have good links around the local area.
Congleton is a perfect base for those looking to commute to work, as it is located just a 10 minute drive to junction 17 or 18 of the M6 motorway, in-between Macclesfield and Stoke-on-Trent.
Blossom Gate is also only a 10 minute drive to the railway station, which is on the Manchester Piccadilly to Stoke-on-Trent Line, a convenient option for those who prefer to avoid rush hour traffic.