Local community open new Bloor Homes development in Sandymoor

Councillors from Daresbury and Sandymoor Parish Council and staff members of Sandymoor School officially opened the new Bloor Homes development Beamish Place.

Rhys Nicholson, Managing Director of Bloor Homes and Sales Director James Clark, Daresbury councillors John and Marjine Bradshaw, Bernadette Tarry and Colin McNulty from Sandymoor Parish Council, along with Headteacher Sally Jones and Business & Finance Manager Judith Humphries from local Sandymoor School cut the ribbon and pronounced the Bloor Homes at Beamish Place development open.

James Clark, Sales Director of Bloor Homes South West

Last year, Bloor Homes invited the students at Sandymoor School to name its new development, and the name Beamish Place was put forward by the then Year 11 pupil Callum Slack. The name was inspired by Lewis Carroll’s poem Jabberwocky.

Bloor Homes also recently donated £10,000 to the school to launch a new cloud-based e-learning platform, to bring together all aspects of school life.

Commenting on the development, Councillor John Bradshaw, said: “It’s a pleasure to open this Bloor Homes development at Beamish Place, which brings a range of quality homes to Sandymoor.

“This has come at a great time for Bloor Homes to deliver a lovely development which hopes to enhance not only the community, but the parish as a whole!”

Beamish Place is a beautiful collection of detached, semi-detached and mews style three- and four-bedroom homes.

Rhys Nicholson said: “We were delighted to welcome everyone to the launch of our show home at Beamish Place.

“It is extremely important for us at Bloor Homes to make a positive addition to the communities in which we are building in, so we are really looking forward to welcoming visitors through our show home doors. We are expecting the demand for homes at Beamish Place to be extremely high.”

The development is situated in the popular area of Sandymoor. Offering the best of both worlds, prospective buyers will be in an easy commute of the M56 and M6 motorways, as well as being close to a selection of great primary schools and good local amenities. It makes it the perfect place to raise a family.

The houses at Beamish Place have been thoughtfully designed and crafted for modern living, with big open plan living spaces and luxurious finishing touches throughout.

Prospective house hunters will be able to explore the impressive three show homes at the development.

The Byron is a three-bedroom semi-detached with a stylish open plan kitchen/dining area with a hidden utility area and double patio doors to the rear garden.

Three bedrooms can be found on the first floor including the master bedroom which has an ensuite shower room.

The Hallam is a four-bedroom detached family home designed and crafted for modern living. An impressive kitchen/diner family area stretches the entire width of the house.

The upstairs boasts four generously sized bedrooms. Externally this home also benefits from a detached garage and private driveway for two cars.

The Tyndale is also a four-bedroom detached family home. The open plan ground floor layout has been meticulously crafted to provide the ultimate social space, which is ideal for family dining and entertaining.

The upstairs has four generously sized bedrooms and focuses on storage space and versatility.

Homes at the development are available to purchase with Help to Buy.

Bloor Homes is celebrating its 50th anniversary year and was pleased to be awarded five-star builder status recently in the HBF’s annual customer satisfaction survey, with nine out of ten of its customers saying they would recommend the builder to others.