Chestnut Homes – First homes set for weekend launch at Bridgeways

Chestnut Homes – First homes set for weekend launch at Bridgeways

A new development in Alford will be opening for business this weekend.

Chestnut Homes is set to launch the first homes at Bridgeways, a collection of one, two, three and four-bedroom properties.

The Lincolnshire housebuilder started work at the development, off Willoughby Road, last month and will release the first two and three-bedroom homes for sale on Saturday 11th August.

Bridgeways is being built on the land adjacent to the company’s existing Willoughby Chase development, and when complete, will comprise 103 new homes and a new toddler play area alongside a corridor of green space to the east of the site.

David Newton, Managing Director of Chestnut Homes, said: “We’re delighted to have the opportunity to continue building in Alford and we are looking forward to telling visitors more about the new homes that will be available at Bridgeways. 

“Since we first announced plans to build more homes in Alford, interest from prospective buyers has been high, so we are pleased to be in a position to release the first homes for sale.

“We expect Bridgeways will continue the success we have had at our previous Willoughby Chase development, delivering much-needed homes to this part of Lincolnshire and giving buyers the opportunity to join a close-knit village community. 

“The first homes we are releasing are ideal for first-time buyers and downsizers while we will be launching our larger four-bedroom family homes later this year.”

Prices for the first homes at Bridgeways start from £139,950.

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