Staffordshire residential project starts at former factory

Construction work has now begun on a housing estate based on a site in Staffordshire, which was formerly used by one of the equipment manufacturer JCB’s factories.

Once known as the Cecilly Mills, the site that closed down in 2016 will now be transformed to offer 120 new homes after building work is complete. The properties will vary in size, providing a mix of houses with two-to-four bedrooms. In honour of the former factory, the new development project has been dubbed “Cecilly Mills”.

The prices for the new homes being built range from £245,950 for detached houses with three bedrooms to £187,500 for mid-terrace properties with two bedrooms. The development has already gained much attention from house buyers, with over 700 people expressing their interest.

Property experts at Bellway West Midlands are handling transactions for the new homes. Sales Director for the firm, Marie Richards, commented to Staffordshire Live that the location and variety of house types meant that the project would suit a variety of different buyers:

“The development is situated under a mile from the town centre and just off the A521, making it a convenient option for people commuting to Stoke, while the plethora of well-regarded schools nearby is a big draw for families.”

Architects in Macclesfield, Cheadle and other parts of Northern England can help developers to design homes that answer the latest requirements of family living and appeal to the modern market.

With work now on schedule, the first wave of new residents is set to move into Cecilly Mills next year.

Posted by Mark
June 14, 2021

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