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Final chance to home in on Heritage at Buckshaw Village

Buyers hoping to draw on one of the most enduring styles of property-past for their future home dreams are being urged to move quickly at Buckshaw Village, near Chorley.

After more than a decade of development, Redrow has only a handful of its Arts & Crafts inspired Heritage Collection homes left to sell at the popular Lancashire location.

They’re situated within Heritage Brook, a development that enjoys a sought-after position on the edge of Buckshaw Village, handily located for both Chorley and Leyland.

Claire Jarvis, sales director for Redrow Homes (Lancashire), says: “We do have one more small development to follow, West Point, but that will feature Georgian-influenced homes from our Regent Collection. For fans of the Arts & Crafts styling of our Heritage Collection, as far as Buckshaw Village is concerned - this is it!”

Redrow’s Heritage Collection is inspired by the ‘Arts and Crafts’ period of the late 19th / early 20th century, an enduring style which remained popular for homes in later periods, especially the 1930s. With an emphasis on individuality and traditional craftsmanship, typical features include dropped-eaves, bay windows decorative roof finials, tiled canopies above doorways and the use of timber.

It’s produced some of the most sought-after homes at Buckshaw Village and Heritage Brook has been no exception; now there are only a handful of three and four-bedroom detached houses still available.

Among them is the four-bedroom detached Stratford, at £249,995. Elegant and typically English, the traditional exterior shines with classic craftsmanship and architecture reminiscent of a bygone age. But, once inside, house-hunters find themselves back in the 21st century, with open plan living spaces, stylish and chic design and modern must-have appliances.

It boasts a spacious kitchen and dining area which will immediately become the heart of the home, together with a lovely lounge in which to relax. Much of its charm lies in the attention to detail, with the master bedroom benefiting from an en-suite bathroom, while a ground floor cloakroom and laundry room add to making life easier and, thus, more enjoyable.

The Stratford and other remaining properties are eligible to be bought using Help to Buy, the government scheme which makes new homes easier to afford by allowing customers to take out an equity loan for up to 20% of the price, interest free for five years. The customer then only needs a 75% mortgage from a lender of choice and 5% deposit to purchase their new home.

These final homes are situated on the eastern edge of Buckshaw Village, which has grown into an established and thriving community with enviable amenities. Residents can now enjoy a wealth of facilities from a village school to a GP and dentist, swimming pool, Tesco superstore and a railway station on the Manchester to Preston line.

Heritage Brook offers a quieter area that’s ideal for families but still with access to everything the village centre has to offer.

For more information about the remaining homes at Heritage Brook, call 01772 307612 or visit www.redrow.co.uk/heritagebrook. Alternatively visit the fully furnished show home and sales centre off Central Avenue, usually open Thursday to Monday inclusive from 10am to 5.30pm.

Redrow was established in 1974. Today, it is one of the most successful and acclaimed property developers in the UK, building around 5,000 premium quality family homes a year in prime locations across England and Wales. Over Redrow’s history spanning more than 40 years, it has earned a unique reputation for quality and building beautiful homes, which people love to live in. To help achieve this it also focusses on two other key areas: valuing people and creating outstanding locations. Implementing its strategy whilst engaging with colleagues and stakeholders helps Redrow deliver significant value to investors and the wider community. Redrow is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 index. For the year ended 30th June 2016, the Group reported record revenues of £1.38 billion. Redrow has been awarded the ‘Best Large Housebuilder’ title twice in the last three years at the What House? Awards. This year, Redrow was named as a UK Top 100 Apprenticeship Employer for the fourth consecutive year. Visit redrow.co.uk for more details.