Set within a private gated road and centred around an attractive landscaped green, the development includes a mix of three and four bedroom townhouses, semi-detached and detached homes from circa 1,000 sq. ft. through to 1,372 sq. ft.
Simon Ashdown, Director of LPC Living commented: “We have created a unique development with houses designed to offer flexibility, with light contemporary interiors. It is hoped these will equally appeal to first time buyers, young families and people wanting to downsize from larger homes in the area. With the added benefit of Help to Buy available on all plots and many plots being stamp duty exempt for first time buyers, The Oaks Gatley is especially suited for people looking to buy their first home.”
Gatley Village is fast becoming one of Greater Manchester’s most sought after areas, with an excellent selection of local amenities including independent coffee shops, restaurants and bars. The development benefits from first-rate transport links; from nearby Gatley Station, Manchester Piccadilly train station can be reached within as little as 13 minutes and Manchester Airport within 8 minutes, as well as convenient access to the regions motorway network. Additionally, a number of Ofsted rated outstanding schools are also close to hand, including Gatley Primary School and Cross Acres Primary School, a few minutes’ walk away.
The architect for The Oaks is Bury based Ratcliffe Groves Partnership and the construction is being undertaken by Salford based Dreamspace Construction.
Work on site commenced in 2017 and all homes are scheduled for completion in Summer 2018. The development is being partly funded by Greater Manchester Housing Fund.
Prices in the first phase start from £275,000 for a three bedroom townhouse.
for more information please visit www.theoaksgatley.com or contact LPC Living on 0161 872 2622 or email [email protected]
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