Last Saturday Seddon Homes Launched Two Show Homes At Their Very Highly Anticipated Rosebay Development In Chapel-en-le-Frith

It was a great day all round, with local resident and war veteran Mr Derek Eley cutting the show home ribbon and having a road on the development, ‘Eley Way’ named in his honour.

He is the first living person in the High Peak to have a road named after them, might we add!

Mr Eley wasn’t the only special guest either, oh no! Two soldiers and a flag bearer from the local Mercian Regiment also joined Seddon Homes, and they brought their mascot the ram too, yes, a real ram!

If you’re looking for a new build home in a semi-rural area, Rosebay is perfect for you. The location is relaxing, yet close enough to local schools and amenities that you don’t feel too away from it all. Seddon's new homes in Chapel-en-le-Frith are located within easy reach of the Peak District, which is great news if you love the outdoors.

Seddon's new homes in Chapel-en-le-Frith offer something for everyone, the 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes have been constructed to a high standard using quality materials. The homes are spacious, well thought out and come with contemporary rigid built kitchens as standard.

No matter what you’re looking for, Rosebay has a home that’s right for you. Seddon Homes also offer a range of different incentives to make buying your new home easier.

Help to Buy isn’t just for first time buyers, you know! You can secure your new home with just a 5% deposit, the Government will then lend you a further 20% which is interest free for five years. This means you can own all of your home with just a 75% mortgage. You can find out more here.

Want to find out more about Seddon's new homes in Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire? Take a look at the development page here.