27th September 2021
Post-lockdown property sales in Staffordshire are booming as people look to relocate to semi-rural settings across the county, and Walton Homes’ Acresford Park development is one such success story, with over 60 per cent of the homes at the Handsacre site on phase one already sold.
The stunning development off Tuppenhurst Lane combines a canal-side setting with high-specification properties, easy access to local amenities and eco-friendly details such as bike storage and the opportunity to install electric car charging points – everything the modern family needs in a new home.
Almost two thirds of the 57-house development have already sold, with limited plots remaining. The spacious four-bedroom Bolsover and Kinver properties are proving particularly popular, thanks to the high-quality design of the homes, which include Porcelanosa tiles, Roca sanitaryware, Vaillant boilers with programmable heating controls, high-specification kitchens with integrated appliances and French doors opening to the gardens – with some properties even benefiting from enviable views across the Trent & Mersey Canal.
Amy Summerton, director of Walton Homes, said: “The Handsacre and Armitage areas of Staffordshire have always proved a popular location with our buyers thanks to the range of amenities in the area, proximity to the neighbouring city of Lichfield and their attractive semi-rural setting.
“Further to launching phase one last August, we have enjoyed an excellent response from buyers, partly fuelled by the Pandemic and the effect it had on people’s desire to relocate.
“Demand for the properties has been strong, so much so that we’re now readying ourselves to commence the second phase of construction at the site early next year,” she added.