Bellway Homes has begun work on a new residential development of 64 homes on a 3.98 acre brownfield site just off Dukinfield Road in Hyde.
Located just a few miles from Stockport town centre, the former textiles mill new build development will be known as Canalside and comprise an attractive mix of three and four bedroom detached and semi-detached properties, all with gardens and garages or allocated car parking spaces.
Bellway continues to provide quality new build homes across Manchester and is currently working on a number of other popular developments including on the former Mirrlees site in Hazel Grove, Stockport and in Cheshire.
Canalside will appeal to homebuyers across the area being located close to the M60 orbital route, close to the countryside and well connected for Manchester city centre.
Sales Director at Bellway, Louise Chamberlain, commented: “We’re delighted to have started work on another new development in south Manchester and are excited to be building for the first time in Hyde.
“Offering an excellent mix of three and four bedroom homes, some with views over the canal, and in a prime location, we are confident that Canalside will prove popular with local homebuyers.
“A range of different house types will be available. All properties have been designed with modern lifestyles in mind and make maximum use of light and space to provide flexible and enjoyable living environments; many feature open-plan kitchen diners with French doors leading out onto the garden, integrated cooking appliances and en suite bathrooms to the master bedroom in most cases.
“Located close to the canal, within walking distance of Hyde town centre and within minutes of the M67/M60 motorway, Canalside will undoubtedly appeal to a broad range of purchasers from first time buyers and young professionals to couples and families.”
“Offering an excellent mix of three and four bedroom homes, some with views over the canal, and in a prime location, we are confident that Canalside will prove popular with local homebuyers.”
Build is underway and estimated to take around two to three years, with the first showhomes to be unveiled in the New Year.