The second phase of a bespoke development of high quality, meticulously designed properties, crafted with expertise by award winning Lister Carter Homes.
Phase II of this luxury development is now released for sale following the success of Phase I, completed in 2021, where all properties were sold off-plan.
Phase II comprises ten large detached family homes, set around a landscaped courtyard. All homes in Phase II benefit from a double car port and separate home working facilities, in addition to large gardens with an open aspect to the rear.
Architects RADM and designers Lister Carter, have handpicked a palette of external materials to ensure the homes compliment their picturesque surroundings - appearing timeless and requiring minimum upkeep to remain immaculate.
Traditional country charm has been achieved through the selection of bespoke composite windows and doors, handmade solid oak porches, natural stone paving and landscaping in keeping with the rural location.
Anticipated completion is Q1, 2023.
The front door opens into an impressive entrance hall (with WC) which leads to a large sitting room with French doors on to the garden. The spacious open plan kitchen has a dining and living area, and features two sets of bi-folding doors to the patio. A utility, laundry room and WC completes the ground floor accommodation.
The principal bedroom has an en suite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe. There are five further bedrooms (one of which has an en suite) and a family bathroom.
There is a car port for three cars, and also a two storey work and storage space.
Please note: the total square footage includes the home office and car port.
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Phase I of this prestigious development was a huge success, and Phase II looks to be just as exciting. The homes have been designed with a great deal of care and attention, and the setting for these properties is wonderful. Each home will have gardens adjoining glorious Cheshire countryside - something which is increasingly hard to come by.Charlie Kannreuther