Burscough housing scheme available to market

An example of the Canterbury design

Homes with an appealing combination of both rural setting and being ‘down the road’ from the city are available at ‘pre show home prices’ at a newly-launched development in Burscough.

The Grange, at Yew Tree Park, comprising two, three and four-bedroom homes, is situated in Liverpool Road South, with two separate train lines providing swift journeys to Liverpool, Manchester, Southport, Wigan and Preston.

Sparked by location and quality of build, interest in the development is high and, ahead of the launch of new show homes in September, Redrow is offering excellent value for money on selected plots, with a two-bedroom Ledbury currently available from £184,995.

“The Grange has a superb selection of two, three and four bedroom homes from Redrow’s award winning Heritage Collection and it’s a wonderful opportunity, especially for families, to be the first to move into these exceptional properties,” said Lesley Myers, sales manager for Redrow (Lancashire).

“Occupying a picture-perfect countryside location, Burscough really has something for everyone – from the bars, restaurants and shops on the doorstep, to excellent transport links and road networks making journeys to Liverpool and other key cities and towns a breeze.”

Space is the key to The Oxford four-bedroom detached home at The Grange, which starts from £322,995, with rooms planned, positioned and built to ensure families have ample room to enjoy time together.

Its features include characterful exteriors inspired by classical designs of the past, including bay windows and a roofed porch to create an impressive and commanding entrance.

Inside, an open-plan kitchen and dining area lends itself perfectly to being the heart of the home, with an elegant lounge perfect for unwinding. All of the bedrooms are generously sized, with even the smallest boasting impressive proportions.

Options for purchase include Redrow’s ‘Mastermove’ service for people with homes to sell.

Redrow arranges valuations, appoints an estate agent to market the property, and takes care of much of the paperwork and chasing involved – saving time and hassle. The home builder will even make a contribution towards selling fees.

The Government-backed ‘Help to Buy’ scheme is also available and means purchasers only require a mortgage for 75% of the property value and a 5% deposit, offering a springboard onto the property ladder.