Cheshire luxury homes scheme complete
A multi-million-pound scheme of eleven luxury homes has been unveiled in Cranage, with over 50 per cent already sold.
Designed by Altrincham-based Calderpeel Architects on behalf of Merepark Homes, the Higher Heath development comprises a mix of eight luxury four and five-bedroom detached homes, as well as three two-bedroom terraced properties.
Set over three floors, each of the detached houses include a bespoke kitchen, garage, off-road parking and private garden.
James Mellor, an architect at Calderpeel Architects, said: “The new homes in Cranage boast a luxurious standard using high quality fixtures and fittings internally to appeal to Cheshire house hunters.
The exterior fabric of the houses have been designed sensitively to fit in with the character of properties in the local area using a farmhouse cottage style and traditional Furness Brick. Six of the eleven homes have already sold, proving that this type of high specification property is attractive to buyers in this area of Cheshire.”
Set half a mile to the North of Holmes Chapel, Higher Heath is situated in rural Cheshire and surrounded by farmland. It boasts great transport links, being only four miles from the M6, while train stations in neighbouring villages provide good links to Manchester and Crewe.
Jon Wylson, sales director at Merepark Homes, said: “Calderpeel Architects delivered an exceptional planning approval which has been very well received. Merepark is pleased with the sales so far with a further property under offer with the purchaser benefitting from the Government Help to Buy Scheme.
The remaining properties are available for open market sale from £525,000 or just £420,000 with the Help to Buy scheme which should also allow the purchaser to secure a home with as little as five per cent deposit.”