Redrow is sowing the seeds of a major ‘garden village’ development in Little Sutton, Cheshire that will see 2,000 homes constructed.
Five show homes will be unveiled at Ledsham Garden Village towards the end of June. The new neighbourhood will be created on 105 hectares of land, most of which was previously agricultural fields. Redrow Homes says it will eventually become a sustainable new community of up to 2,000 homes, “meeting strong local demand.”
Pathways and a distinctive boulevard will run through the heart of the development, and there will be tree-lined avenues and green spaces including a large new park area.
Redrow has planning permission for the first phase of 170 properties, 43 of which will be affordable homes.
Jason Newton, sales director for Redrow Homes (NW), said:
“This is the first garden village in the area for some time and it is going to be a superb new community with a stunning collection of homes.
“All our houses will be from our Heritage Collection which combines traditional architecture with modern and spacious interiors. Designed very much with busy families in mind, the homes will complement the natural surroundings.”
Ledsham Garden Village will initially see the creation of two neighbouring developments: Oaklands will include smaller three and four-bedroom properties, while Sycamore Green will showcase Redrow’s larger, premium style detached homes.
Altogether, the development will see a wide selection of quality three, four and five bedroom houses to meet a wide range of needs.
The five show homes include three and four-bedroom properties. Among them will be a high-end Henley style home at Sycamore Green, said to be one of Redrow’s most popular four-bedroom properties.
The village of Little Sutton is within easy reach of road and rail links, with Liverpool and Chester both close but enjoys a picturesque setting surrounded by open countryside.