Cube Homes is launching a brand new development of homes near Saddleworth Moor in time for Christmas.
The first homes at Weaver’s Croft off Haven Lane in Moorside in Oldham are being released for sale off plan in late November, with prices starting from £400,000.
Named after the cotton mill which occupied land close by, the development will feature 23 two, three and four bedroom homes when complete, boasting panoramic views over the surrounding countryside.
Currently available for reservation is the three bedroom detached Brandon and four bedroom detached Abercorn. The first properties are expected to be ready for occupation in Spring next year.
Christopher Heath, Managing Director for Cube Homes, said: “It’s great to be able to release these much needed new homes which will provide a wide range of properties to suit all different kinds of homebuyers, from people buying their first homes to families and downsizers.
“Weaver’s Croft is a beautiful place to live with scenic walks and nature on the doorstep, which is so important with so many people still working from home, yet is just a 10 minute drive to Oldham town centre which is currently undergoing a major regeneration project.”
Featuring a distinctive drystone wall entrance, the development will offer a large public area for children to play and the community to meet.
Weaver’s Croft is just ten minutes’ drive from Oldham town centre which is a shoppers’ paradise, with a wide selection of stores, a shopping mall and a traditional market, along with numerous cafes, restaurants and bars.
There are lots of cultural activities to enjoy in the area including a visit to Oldham Coliseum, which dates back to 1885 and is among the oldest theatres in Britain, and to the Gallery Oldham in the heart of the Cultural Quarter.
Lovers of the great outdoors have a wealth of activities from which to choose from exploring Saddleworth Moor to walking and sailing at Dovestone Reservoir, rock climbing at Crampton Moor and canoeing at Castleshaw.
Families are well catered for with good local primary and secondary schools and Oldham College and University Campus serving the town.
Ideally located for commuters, Moorside is well connected to the road network with the centre of Manchester just over five miles away via the A580 and A6.
There are excellent rail links in the area with regular services from Moorside station towards Manchester Victoria, Wigan Wallgate, Kirby, Stockport and Blackburn. The town centre itself has three Metrolink stops meaning the many shops, attractions, events and leisure are all within a short distance. Journeys from Manchester to Oldham only take around half an hour.
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