Posted on: 10 Aug 2022

Bradwell Springs Forward!

The final phase is announced at Bradwell Springs, the new residential scheme by Camstead Homes following the sell-out success of its earlier phases.

With the first phases of much admired new homes on the Bradwell Springs scheme selling out in just three weeks, its developers, Camstead Homes Ltd, is now delighted to announce the release of Phase 6 of the traditional Peak District homes.

The final phase, which provides two family sized, 3 bedroom semi-detached houses and two large, 4 bedroom, detached houses on corner plots, will be ready to be snapped up by discerning buyers by mid-summer 2022.

In total, Bradwell Springs provides the rare opportunity to buy a choice of 44 desirable traditional, stone-built houses, in the natural surroundings of the Peak District National Park. Tim Venn, Director at sales agents Edon Lockwood and Riddle comments: “Bradwell Springs has really captured the interest of the local housing market, and Camstead Homes has once again proven that it can deliver the right product at the right price in a highly desirable location.

“We always recognised that there was an untapped, latent demand for new, high-quality, traditional, stone-built houses, however, even we were surprised and delighted when the previous phase sold out in just three weeks.”

The latest release will enable discerning buyers to acquire one of just two 4 bedroom, double-fronted, stone detached homes from the Dovedale range at £495,000 which feature integral garages and 1,418 sq ft of well-planned, family living space.

There will also be two 932 sq ft, semi-detached properties from the £335,000 Sudbury range. Built on corner plots, each home provides an en-suite master bedroom, two further bedrooms, two bathrooms and a ground floor cloakroom.

Sales & Marketing Director Johnny Rapley comments: “At Bradwell Springs our vision was always to create a community of family homes designed and built to reflect its location within the natural splendour of the Peak District National Park and with its spectacular backdrop of the famous Mam Tor.

“Some of the features which have been inspired by the rural location and local architecture include exterior elevations built from authentic traditional stone, slate roofs, and traditional dry-stone walling throughout the scheme, all satisfyingly blended with a contemporary twist for modern family living.”

“And, of course, the location of Bradwell Springs offers excellent communications for commuters to Manchester and Sheffield by both road and rail and is well served by local schools, shops and delightful country pubs, all set amidst the stunning backdrop of the Peak District.

Potential buyers are advised to register their interest now to avoid disappointment.