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Interest is growing in Redrow Homes development in Hartford, Cheshire.

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  • Hollies Farm development comprises a mix of four and five bedroom detached homes with double garages, plus half a dozen two bedroom apartments, off Woodham Close.

    The site is bordered by open fields on one side yet is within walking distance of the shops and services of Hartford town centre.

    Elaine Mounsey, sales manager for Redrow Homes in the north west, said: "The beautiful location, coupled with the stand out range of properties that will be available, means that Hollies Farm is certain to be a popular choice for Cheshire homebuyers.

    "We've already received lots of enquiries from potential purchasers and with just 20 homes in total, I would urge anyone serious about putting down roots in Hartford to register their interest now to be in with a chance of securing their preferred plot."

    Based on Redrow Homes' New Heritage Collection, but adapted to suit the local vernacular following consultation with Vale Royal planners, the homes at Hollies Farm will combine the best of old and new.

    Externally, they will reflect the architecture of the Arts and Crafts movement of the late 19th century that's also characterised in later periods, especially the1920s and 1930s, but inside they will be thoroughly modern.

    "People think they want an older property, buy one and then spend thousands of pounds and invest a lot of energy turning it into something that one of our brand new homes already offers," Mounsey said.

    Behind their traditional exteriors, the homes at Hollies Farm will boast family friendly features with an emphasis on open plan living spaces, kitchens with floor to ceiling cabinets and top name appliances, plus bathrooms with quality fixtures and fittings.

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