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24/10/2022

First visitors welcomed to explore brand-new showhomes in Cheadle

The sales centre and two four-bedroom showhomes, the Wyatt and the Locke, were launched at the site off Wilmslow Road. Those interested in exploring the showhomes for themselves and finding out more about the homes coming to Foxcote, can now visit the site daily between 10am and 5pm.

The doors to two brand-new showhomes in Cheadle were opened to visitors for the first time last Friday (30th September).

Guests including Brandon Leigh, Mark Ascroft, Nikola Giles and Hayley Rose from the Seashell Trust were among those attending the launch, with Chief Executive Brandon cutting the ribbon at the grand opening of Bloor Homes’ Foxcote development.

The sales centre and two four-bedroom showhomes, the Wyatt and the Locke, were launched at the site off Wilmslow Road. Those interested in exploring the showhomes for themselves and finding out more about the homes coming to Foxcote, can now visit the site daily between 10am and 5pm.

Lucy McCabe, Sales Director for Bloor North West, said: “It was a real privilege to welcome so many people to the grand launch of our showhomes at Foxcote. Not only was it the first chance for guests to see the homes for themselves, we also met many people who make the community in Cheadle as fantastic as it is.

“Our guests seemed very impressed by the showhomes, which was gratifying. The Locke’s interior design features autumnal shades of forest green and warm gold, while the Wyatt has a calming, neutral palette of creams and greys throughout.

“It’s also in a great location – the centre of Manchester is easily accessible, so it’s fantastic for commuters, while beautiful countryside walks and the Peak District are also within easy reach. It really is the best of both worlds!”

Bloor Homes bought the land for its Foxcote development off Seashell Trust, a charity which supports those living with autism and learning disabilities across the UK. The sale of the land has enabled Seashell Trust to build a new school in Cheadle Hulme, part of its £50million Project Transformation.

Building work on the new school started in February last year, while the project also includes redevelopment of the existing college, a new site entrance and reception building, a four-court sports hall, gym and pavilion, new training facilities and a new assessment and early years centre.

For more information on the homes coming to Foxcote in Cheadle, visit bloorhomes.com. 

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