A select development of 11 residencies, consisting of 3 & 4 bedroom homes designed for luxury living.
Redfern Rise is a collection of 11 luxurious three and four bedroom homes located off Rectory Lane in the peaceful village of Haughton. With the heart of Stafford just over four miles away, this beautiful setting combines the best of town and country life.
This desirable development offers a choice of seven spacious layouts, each designed with modern living in mind and finished to a high specification throughout.
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Haughton is a charming Staffordshire village, surrounded by acres of open countryside. Along with a selection of local shops and amenities, the village is home to Red Lion Farm, where delicious local produce is made and sold on-site. Redfern Rise offers the opportunity to become part of a close-knit community, well known for its charitable Christmas events. The development is also located next to St Giles C of E Primary School, making it ideal for families with young children.
Stafford lies less than five miles from Redfern Rise, with the A518 offering easy access to a variety of shops, restaurants and amenities. Stafford train station provides direct links with several major cities, including Birmingham, Manchester, Cardiff and London. The surrounding area offers plenty of opportunities for walking, cycling or enjoying the native wildlife. Home to a wide variety of animals, plants and birds, nearby Aqualate Mere is the largest natural lake in the Midlands and a perfect example of Staffordshire’s outstanding natural beauty.
Walton Homes has announced that work is underway on four new developments in the Stafford area after a 10-year break from building in the town and its surrounding villages. The developer last built homes in the town in 2006 – when it completed Barbary Grange, a small development of seven four- and five- bedroom family […]read more >