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Regeneration for Stoke-on Trent as prestigious home builder, Seddon Homes, reveals Ivy House Mills development

Posted on February 27th, 2014

Seddon Homes has announced a brand new development of beautifully designed 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes suitable for all budgets situated in Hanley, just outside Newcastle-under-Lyme.

The development is part of the City Waterside Regeneration Project on the Caldon canal and Seddon is proud to be part of this vital redevelopment. Having had previous success with a development in Stone, North Staffordshire, this home builder knows the area and appreciates what this stunning County has to offer with its breathtaking countryside and convenient road and rail links to cities such as Manchester and Birmingham.

This up and coming area has already seen real improvements to its transport links with a new bus station built in 2013 as part of the regeneration project which means more people can commute to and from the area – good news for local businesses and also people who work outside of the area.

The first phase is underway and the new homes, which are due to be released in early spring, will have generous dimensions and will also be eligible for the Government backed ‘Help to Buy’ scheme. Be the first to see what all the fuss is about and see the high standards set by this award winning builder.

Denis Maddock, Sales and Marketing Director at Seddon Homes, is confident that interest will be keen.

“We are very excited about our new development in Hanley as we are building a variety of new homes to suit a range of potential buyers. These properties will be sensibly priced and are extremely high quality, representing terrific value for money.

“The homes will be stylish, with full modern facilities, light and spacious and built to a good specification, including smart kitchens and bathrooms. This, coupled with the assistance we can provide in purchasing a property, makes Ivy House Mills, a very attractive proposition.”

Details of prices should be available soon. In the meantime, possible buyers can find out more and register their interest by visiting  or calling 0845 456 9667.

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