Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Work starts on new luxury homes near Chesterfield

A luxury property developer has launched a development of more than 30 new homes near Chesterfield.

Work has started on The Pastures, a new development of 33 houses and bungalows in Long Duckmanton which will be designed and built by luxury property developer Woodall Homes, on the outskirts of Chesterfield.

The development, which will be marketed by Chesterfield and Sheffield-based estate agency, Redbrik, will feature 11 different house types, and will be a mixture of three and four-bedroom houses, three-bedroom bungalows and a two-bedroom apartment.

Woodall Homes Managing Director, David Wood, said: “We’re excited to have released phase one of our latest new development of luxury homes, The Pastures, which is coming soon to the region.

“Purchasers at The Pastures will be able to enjoy stunning views over open countryside, as well as great transport links – the development is situated just over a mile from the M1 motorway and not far from Chesterfield town centre. We can’t wait to see the development take shape in the coming weeks and months.”

The development is due to be completed by early 2021.

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