Elmwood, on Padgbury Lane, is an exciting new homes development of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes in Congleton, South East Cheshire. Accessed from a leafy country road and adjacent to the picture postcard village of Astbury, the development will have a spacious layout with imaginative landscaping and mature trees.
Seddon Homes’ renowned build quality will be evident in every new home at Elmwood, with large plots, clever designs and generous room sizes. All our new build homes will come with an exceptional range of fixtures and fittings including rigid built kitchen cabinetry, top of the range appliances and boutique en suites. And, unlike a number of other house builders, these will be included as standard.
Why buy a new build house in Congleton?
The historic market town of Congleton is a true gem. Located on the banks of the River Dane, it has a pretty town centre surrounded by the beautiful countryside of the Cheshire Peak District. The picturesque Macclesfield Canal, which runs through the town, and Astbury Mere and Country Park are popular with walkers and cyclists.
Sport & leisure
Congleton has a twice-weekly market – on Tuesdays and Saturdays. History buffs can enjoy the town’s industrial heritage, in the Congleton Museum. There is also the Daneside Theatre which stages regular productions.
Each June, the town hosts a popular Food and Drink Festival. And the town’s annual Jazz & Blues Festival is held every August, attracting musicians from throughout the UK.
Congleton has two secondary schools, both with ‘good’ Ofsted ratings. There are several highly-rated primary schools in the town, including Black Firs primary school – which is within walking distance of Elmwood.
The town centre has a good range of independent shops and eateries, with larger name outlets on the Congleton Retail Park. There are 3 supermarkets in the town: Morrisons, Tesco and Aldi, and a Marks & Spencer Simply Food store.
Congleton is a perfect location for commuters, just 7 miles from junction 17 or 18 of the M6 motorway, between Macclesfield and Stoke-on-Trent. Manchester city centre is 21 miles away.
Elmwood is a short 10 minute drive to the railway station, which has regular trains to Manchester Piccadilly and Stoke-on-Trent.