Why buy a new build in Cheshire

Are you looking for somewhere rural and unspoilt? Picturesque even? Or would you rather live near the hustle and bustle of a busy city? If you said yes to any of these, then buying a new build home in Cheshire could be just for you.

The towns and villages of Cheshire often make the ‘most desirable places to live’ lists that can be found on national news websites, and it is one of Britain’s most affluent counties. There is an abundance of things to do in Cheshire, from visiting Jodrell Bank, to enjoying the nightlife of Chester. There is also shopping to be enjoyed on Chester Rows, a bank of Tudor shops split over two floors housing both independent traders and well-known brands.

It’s home to some beautiful countryside, full of delightful canal and riverside walks, cosy pubs, and opportunities to tramp through the leaves collecting conkers in the autumn. And, with Manchester city centre and Liverpool also easily accessible by road or train, and Manchester Airport on the doorstep, it really is the ideal location for families and commuters alike.

It is because of all this that we have chosen Cheshire to build a number of new housing developments.

Saltersford Gardens in Holmes Chapel is an elegant development of 93 new homes set in delightfully landscaped surroundings, complete with a children’s park. Located just outside the village, buyers enjoy views over open fields and benefit from excellent accessibility with direct trains to Manchester and Chester city centres.

On the western side of the county we completed Bower Brook Gardens 2, 49 new build homes ideal for growing families and first-time buyers in Widnes. It is the second phase of a hugely successful regeneration scheme within the town which saw Russell Homes already sell 42 properties in record time at Bower Brook Gardens 1.

These developments give you the opportunity to buy your new build home in up and coming areas of Cheshire, with fantastic transport links, as well as offering value for money and great local amenities, all within reach of the hustle and bustle of Chester and Manchester.

If you want to set your roots down somewhere that has a combination of picturesque beauty and the buzz of a major city, then look no further than Cheshire.