Award-winning house builder Duchy Homes is excited to announce that work is about to begin on its recently acquired land at Milton Green in Cheshire.
The 1.33-acre site in the small residential hamlet of picturesque Milton Green, will offer aspirational living as the luxury house builder proposes to develop the site with a scheme of only ten units, comprising of seven 5-bedroom detached executive houses and three 3-bedroom mews properties.
The site was, until recently, used to exercise horses in association with the adjoining house and stables. The aptly-named new development ‘The Paddock’ is perfectly placed approximately 1.5 miles from the village of Tattenhall and 8 miles from Chester.
Since its foundation in 2011, Duchy Homes has earned a reputation for the highest standards in house building, recognised by its repeated triumph year-on-year in the industry-acclaimed NHBC Awards. Its North West division was set up in 2016 by Managing Director Ian Honeybill, with its first development in Bunbury quickly drawing admiration as a distinctive and prestigious residential opportunity.
Of this new development, Ian says: “With a focus on building only the best luxury homes on well-placed developments to offer exclusivity, comfort and attention-to-detail, our second development at Milton Green is already highly-anticipated.”
Construction work will commence at ‘The Paddock’ in the new year with sales expected to open late-Spring 2018. Prospective buyers can pre-register their interest by visiting www.duchyhomes.co.uk/milton-green
For more information on Duchy Homes and its North West developments, please visit www.duchyhomes.co.uk/north-west
"With a focus on building only the best luxury homes on well-placed developments to offer exclusivity, comfort and attention-to-detail, our development at Milton Green is already highly-anticipated."
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