5th June 2019
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A CGI of new Elan homes at Derwent Court


With the brand new over-subscribed Didsbury High School within strolling distance, a developer in South Manchester is teaching homebuyers about part exchange.


Derwent Court, a development by Cheshire-based homebuilder Elan Homes, is already a hit with young professionals, impressed by the stylish design of the properties.


Now a part exchange event, at Philip James Kennedy estate agents, in Wilmslow Road, Didsbury Village, this Thursday, 6th June (2-7pm) will offer customers the chance to climb the property ladder at Derwent Court, with part exchange.


Derwent Court is on the site of a former hospital car park, located on Derwent Avenue, which has been vacant for ten years.  


With an enviable location, locally, there is a thriving community, in addition to excellent commuter links on its doorstep.


The development comprises 3 premium quality homes featuring contemporary interiors. Five pairs of semi-detached houses and three terraced properties are being created, all with four bedrooms, set over three floors.


The homes, starting at £474,995, will range in size from 1,498 sq ft to 1,768 sq ft, each with rear gardens, an integral single garage and designated parking spaces.


Local estate agent, Rob Kennedy, managing director of Philip James Kennedy, said the popular Didsbury High School, close by, will attract buyers.


Said Rob: “The homes at Derwent Court will appeal to young professionals and family buyers because the development is within strolling distance of the brand new Didsbury High School, which was massively over-subscribed.  Residents at Derwent Court would be well within the catchment area for a place at the school.


“Buyers are particularly impressed by the stylish design of the homes, which have three storeys, modern layouts, contemporary external elevations and a principal lounge on the first floor, giving more privacy.  


“The development is within striking distance of both uber fashionable West Didsbury Village and Chorlton village, which are two of South Manchester’s most sought after villages and there is an acute shortage of stock in the area.”


The four bedroom semi-detached Twyford home is an ideal family home, offering flexible space.  On the ground floor, the open plan kitchen/dining room has bi-fold doors leading onto the garden.  There is also a handy cloak/wc and an integral garage, with a door offering access into the hall.


Upstairs, the family spacious family lounge occupies the whole of the rear of the first floor.  The master bedroom has an appealing separate dressing area and en suite. 


On the second floor, there is three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.  One of the bedrooms could be converted into a study.

5cf7c06c27a7add996000f59An example of the stylish interiors in new Elan homes, similar to those at Derwent Court


Nearby, a collection of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars in the area are complemented by the green spaces of Chorlton Water Park and Fletcher Moss Botanical Gardens.


Said Marie Morris, sales director for Elan Homes in the North: “Derwent Court offers flexible living for everyone, from young professionals who want to take advantage of the lively social scene and easy commuting, to families who want to be close to good schools.”


“The development is small and exclusive and demand is building, but if buyers want to choose from a range of specifications to complement their new home, they need to reserve early to make their choice.


“We have had customers with a property to sell, who are concerned they may miss out while they secure a buyer. Our event will aim to explain that we can buy their existing property to enable them to move into a new home at Derwent Court.”


The development is open by appointment only but potential purchasers can register their interest in Derwent Court via the website

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