Gee Cross families are snapping up new luxury homes at Countryside’s Clarendon Place development since its recent launch, with six homes already reserved off-plan. Prices start at £424,950.

Local families are lining up to reserve their new Tameside homes off-plan, with six out of 40 new four and five bedroom detached homes already reserved at the former Tameside College site.

The launch saw Countryside open the doors of two new show homes, including the four-bedroom Melton that features an attractive porched entrance and beautiful bay windows to both the lounge and master bedroom. The five-bedroom Paddington boasts a handy downstairs office and three spacious bathrooms.

Both homes benefit from open-plan kitchen / dining, stylish French doors leading into the garden, skylights and en-suites to the master bedrooms.

With demand for larger properties rising in Tameside, homes at the Stockport Road development will be available through a range of home buying initiatives, including the popular Help to Buy scheme which requires just a 5% deposit.

Buyers looking to trade in their current property for a larger, brand new home will also be able to do so using Countryside’s Part Exchange scheme, through which buyers can move without the worry of selling their existing home on the open market.

Peter Vella, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Countryside, commented: “We’ve experienced significant interest in Clarendon Place from buyers who are keen to find a larger home in the area. Families are really calling out for more high quality four and five bedroom homes and this development is designed to cater to that thirst. As an added extra, this initiative really does have that extra ‘wow’ factor due to its beautiful, leafy surroundings and stunning views.”

Homes at the new Clarendon Place development will come complete with Countryside’s unrivalled ‘New Homes with Wow’ specification as standard, which features stylish and practical finishing touches to help buyer’s budgets go further.


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