A local housebuilder is inviting homebuyers to put their wellies on for a sneak preview of its recently launched development in Mickleover.
Prospective house buyers will be able to have an exclusive look at Redrow Homes East Midlands’ Hackwood Grange development, on Starflower Way, from 10am-5.30pm on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th February, as part of its ‘Wellies on Weekend’.
Visitors will be able to enjoy a guided tour of the 350-home development and see areas of the site that are not normally open to the public. This will give guests the perfect opportunity to see the great location of the homes first-hand.
The team will also be on hand to talk through the two, three and four-bedroom homes that are currently being constructed.
Mary Timlin, Sales Director for Redrow Homes East Midlands, said: “We want to give people in Mickleover a sneak peek of our new development, so they can see for themselves how great the location is.
“The ‘Wellies on Weekend’ is a great opportunity to look around Hackwood Grange and see how the development is progressing, and to ask any questions about the new homes being constructed.
“I would encourage those interested in buying a home in Mickleover to consider coming along to this event, as we will be able to give the advice you need to help you buy the home of your dreams.”
Hackwood Grange is part of a major new development for Mickleover, and will feature a great range of family homes suited to all requirements and budgets, with prices starting from £255,950. 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.
To find out more about homes at Hackwood Grange, please visit: redrow.co.uk/developments/hackwood-grange.
"The Wellies on Weekend is a great opportunity to look around Hackwood Grange and see how the development is progressing"
Mary Timlin, Sales Director
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