Housing developer launches family site at Foxdenton

HOUSE builder Redrow is unveiling its latest development which is part of a larger scheme of up to 500 new homes being built in the Foxdenton area of Chadderton.

Called Fox Meadows, the new housing development opens this summer with 97 three and four-bedroom homes designed from Redrow’s Heritage Collection.

Claire Jarvis, Redrow area sales director, said:

“Fox Meadows is in a perfect location, not least for families. It is close to outstanding schools and within easy reach of all the shopping and leisure amenities of Oldham, as well as being just seven miles from Manchester and all that a big city has to offer.

“Add to that the stunning scenery of the Pennines and the Peak District National Park just a few miles away, and this is an ideal place to live and enjoy family life. So we’re anticipating a lot of interest when Fox Meadows is launched.” Homes will initially be sold from a sales office situated off Foxdenton Lane with a launch event due in June. Fully-furnished show homes are set to open in September. All homes will have traditionally crafted exteriors complemented by bright and modern, spacious interiors, the developer said. Four-bedroom detached home styles will be the first to be released, with prices expected to be from £268,995. Redrow said the new development has excellent transport links, as did previous local projects at Meadow View in Oldham and Spinners Mews in Chadderton. Junction 21 of the M60 is nearby, while trains from Moston and Mills Hill rail stations connect to Manchester Victoria in nine minutes, and Rochdale in the other direction in under 15 minutes.

The wider Foxdenton regeneration project is a £100 million joint venture scheme between Oldham Council and Foxdenton LLP. Backers say it will create 2,000 jobs plus much-needed family housing and a £5million boost the local retail economy.

Plans have indicated 700,000 sq ft of employment space within a premier business park alongside up to 500 new homes, which is strategically placed between the M60 and M62.

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