A new show village has been officially opened by the deputy mayor of Derby, Councillor Frank Harwood.
The team at Redrow Homes East Midlands welcomed Councillor Harwood to Hackwood Grange development, on Starflower Way, to cut the ceremonial ribbon and officially launch four new show homes.
The doors are now open to the Warwick, Stratford, Cambridge and Harrogate homes, so potential buyers can see exactly what life is like at Hackwood Grange and experience the Redrow difference first hand.
The show homes are part of our Home’s Heritage Collection, which has proven popular with homebuyers looking for traditional, 1930s charm combined with a contemporary and high-spec interior.
Mary Timlin, Sales Director for Redrow Homes East Midlands, said: “I’d like to thank Councillor Harwood for officially launching our first show village. We are very proud to be bringing 250 high-quality new family homes to the area to help Derbyshire meet its housing requirements. Here at Redrow Homes, we are not simply interested in building houses, it’s creating communities which will thrive long after the building work is complete.”
Councillor Harwood said: “I am very impressed with the show village – it’s a great location for families in Derbyshire to live, and the development offers a selection of three and four bedroom homes that all have real character. It was an honour to officially open the show village, and I hope local people will visit the development soon.”
Each of the show homes has its own individual charm, the Warwick features elegant wood cladding giving this detached three-bedroom house an authentic traditional feel. The four-bedroom Stratford, Harrogate and Cambridge offer frontages that are classically English, with a high-spec interiors to suite modern, growing families.
Hackwood Grange features a great range of family homes suited to all requirements and budgets, with prices starting from £249,950. Just two miles to the west of Derby, Mickleover has excellent connections, both into the city and across the region, while still retaining its Derbyshire village charm, surrounded by open farmland.