A stylish show home is inspiring buyers at a new development in Handforth, with four properties sold already.
The fully furnished Adderley property is proving with visitors to the exclusive Elan Homes development Handforth Court on Wilmslow Road.
It demonstrates the advantages of a new home, by highlighting flexible layouts and the value of living in a three storey property, where building up rather than out maximises the potential of the footprint, offering generous accommodation while appealing to those who are conscious of their impact on the environment.
Marie Morris, sales director for Elan Homes in the North, said: “Townhouses were popular in the Georgian era but are just as relevant today thanks to their flexible layouts.
“It’s a concept buyers are curious about, but are perhaps unsure about how it would suit their lifestyle. With that in mind, we have opened a four-bedroom Adderley show home.”
The intimate Elan Homes development, perfectly placed between the Cheshire countryside, Wilmslow and Manchester, offers a choice of three and four-bedroom homes in a location that enables residents to enjoy the best of countryside, town and city living.
The homes are traditional townhouse style properties, providing three floors of well-planned accommodation.
Current availability includes the three-bedroom Ashford house type, priced from £349,995. With the master bedroom, en-suite and dressing room covering the entire top floor, it offers another level of luxury to your living arrangements.
There’s also a Handforth style property, also with three-bedrooms, priced from £384,995. It features a kitchen, dining and family room on the ground floor, with the lounge is on the first floor, along with master bedroom and en-suite. The remaining two bedrooms and family bathroom are on the top floor.
While this property is Stamp Duty exempt for first time buyers, Elan is offering to cover the tax on selected homes at Handforth Court for a limited time only. The homebuilder will also include carpets and vinyl flooring, plus turf to rear gardens, subject to plot.