A brand new home in the Peak District

Monday, 14th January 2019, 10:17 am
Updated Monday, 14th January 2019, 10:31 am

Property seekers in the Peak District are being encouraged to inquire quickly about the final homes available at The Coppice in Chapel-en-le-Frith, where there are now just only four homes remaining.

Available to move into now these five remaining four and five-bedroom homes have a private garage, allocated parking and a private rear garden.

The development, located on Manchester Road, provides a selection of three, four and five-bedroom homes off Manchester Road.

Two of the remaining homes are the special edition ‘Furlow A’ house styles at plot 40 and 41. This four-bedroom home boasts a light and open plan living/dining area with French doors leading onto the rear garden, perfect for modern family living and entertaining.

Plot 44 is the last remaining five-bedroom home at The Coppice. This Owlbrook home is the perfect family home, with a spacious living room boasting a bay window that opens out to the front of the house. To the back of the property is an impressive kitchen and dining area, with a modern kitchen island separating the two.

Plots 33 and 35 are the last of the remaining five homes.. The four-bedroom Kirkland home boasts a modern kitchen and dining room to the rear of the home, with a separate utility and cloakroom adding further space and privacy. This spacious home feels light and airy, with a luxurious ensuite to the master bedroom and a further three bedrooms to the upstairs.

Beverly Johnson, sales executive at The Coppice said: “These beautiful homes are in a great location and have proven to be extremely popular.

“I would encourage all potential purchasers searching for the perfect start to the new year to visit us now to avoid disappointment!”

The rural market town of Chapel-en-le-Frith is home to idyllic walks and stunning scenery. Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Hardwick Hall are ideal for family days out, all within easy reach.

Often referred to as the ‘Capital of the Peak", it was established by the Normans in the 12th century, originally as a hunting lodge. This led to the French-derived name Chapel-en-le-Frith which translates as chapel in the forest.

With the remaining homes priced from £312,995, purchasers can buy their dream Lovell home with just a five per cent deposit using the Government backed Help to Buy scheme. The remaining price of the home is made up of a 20 per cent equity loan and 70 per cent mortgage.

For information visit https://www.lovell.co.uk/developments/the-coppice-chapel-en-le-frith/ or call the sales centre on 01298 881 557.