House-hunters will have the chance to explore two new showhomes at a new development in Cheadle next month.
Bellway will be opening the doors to its Turner and Potter showhomes at Cecilly Mils, which is on the site of the former JCB factory off Oakamoor Road, at the end of October.
Cecilly Mills will feature a total of 120 homes, including a mix of 107 two, three and four-bedroom houses for private sale and 13 homes allocated as affordable housing for rent or shared ownership.
All the properties at the development, including the two showhomes, are part of Bellway’s Artisan Collection – a range of properties designed to combine traditional craftsmanship and the latest construction techniques after decades of customer feedback.
The Potter and Turner house types make up more than half of the properties being built at the development. There will be 24 two-bedroom Potter homes and 41 three-bedroom Turners at the site.
Marie Richards, Sales Director of Bellway West Midlands, said: “The opening of the showhomes will enable us to give potential buyers an insight into the spacious layout and high quality of the properties we are offering at Cecilly Mills. They will be dressed by an interior designer and give a real feel of how good the homes look.
“All the properties on this site are from the Artisan Collection which is Bellway’s flagship range of homes. Rather than look at images on a website, people will be able to come down here, walk through the doors of the two showhomes and experience what living in the house would be like.”
Both the Potter and Turner designs feature an open-plan living/dining room at the back of the house, with a separate fitted kitchen to the front. The master bedroom in both homes has an en-suite shower room, and there’s also a family bathroom.
Marie said: “This is a much-sought after development at a very popular location. We are transforming a former brownfield site into a thriving new community with the Cecilly Brook Nature Reserve literally on the doorstep. The reserve encompasses the beautiful Cecilly Brook which is home to a host of wildflowers and is one of the most important sites for water voles in the county.
“The proximity of this area, which is open to the public and an ideal spot for a walk with the dog or a picnic with the family, has seen about 700 people register their interest before we have even opened the site. We expect the houses here to sell very quickly.”
There is currently a mix of two, three and four-bedroom homes available at Cecilly Mills, with prices starting from £187,500.
Anyone wanting more information should contact Abode Estate Agents in Cheadle on Thursday and Fridays or Bellway’s Dove Manor development in Doveridge between Saturdays and Wednesdays.
Information about the homes can also be obtained by calling 01538 331565 or visiting https://www.bellway.co.uk/new-homes/west-midlands/cecilly-mills.