Redrow’s The Courtyard comprises luxury two-bedroom apartments with floor space equivalent to some houses as part of Woodford Garden Village development.
Based on the historic site of the former Woodford Aerodrome, the two three-storey blocks of 15 apartments have been named after important figures in aeronautical history including Sir Barnes Wallis, the engineer best known for inventing the bouncing bomb used by the Royal Air Force.
The Woodford Garden Village development is a joint project between Harrow Estates, Redrow Homes and Avro Heritage, regenerating the former Woodford aerodrome site. Once completed, the village will have its own primary school, employment area, pub, shops, central village green and other open spaces and play areas.
The high specification apartments will include luxury features such as underfloor heating and bi-fold patio doors onto a spacious balcony. Each apartment gives residents between 947 sq ft and 1060 sq ft of space.
Jason Newton, sales director for Redrow Homes (NW) said:
“These latest properties will appeal to a wide range of customers, from more affluent first time buyers starting out on the property ladder, to friends wanting to share a first home and even right-sizers whose children have fled the nest and they now want an energy efficient, easy to maintain new home.
“The extra security afforded by a gated entrance, secure parking within a single garage with electric doors, and proximity to Manchester airport will also make them perfect for lock-up and leave customers who spend part of the year abroad.”
The new homes were released for sale on 9th November They will include flooring throughout, wardrobes to bedroom one, half height tiling, downlights and USB charging points, ensuring the homes are fully up to date. All apartments will also have two bathrooms including an en-suite for bedroom one.
Homebuyers will be able to have a full virtual tour of the apartments through an interactive visual system that will be available in the sales centre at Woodford Garden Village.