FINAL PHASES OF DEVELOPMENT – LIMITED PLOTS REMAINING
More information coming on our exclusive individual development of Plot Z, which can be tailored to a successful client.
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Introducing 26 rural bespoke homes
An exciting development of new and converted homes offering a range of traditional styles and contemporary finishes, enjoying the next generation ICF system, offering the homeowner the latest in environmental and recyclable design.
Sympathetically designed to immerse into the historic Peak District village of Hartington and taking in stunning rural vistas across open countryside.
Each property has been coherently designed to offer practical accommodation for today’s busy lifestyles.
Finished in natural stone with Staffordshire blue tiles, landscape gardens and parking, garages (plot specific), air source heating, individually designed kitchens by Buxton Wood Works and appliance packages, contemporary high end specification with a choice of finishes.
Hartington is situated in the heart of the Peak District National Park with good road links to neighbouring towns and cities to include Buxton, Ashbourne, Sheffield and Manchester. With a wealth of local amenities on offer, to include public houses, restaurants, café and shops. The village bustles all year round, with an emphasis on ‘community spirit’ and is an ideal location for those seeking a plethora of accessible outdoor pursuits.
Early enquiries are invited, with homes anticipated for completion summer/autumn 2019.
The Government’s drive for greater sustainability and efficiency in the construction sector has encouraged alternative methods of building.
Building with ICF has huge advantages in energy saving, fire safety, thermal efficiency and acoustic performance.
ICF systems are A+ rated according to the BRE Green Guide to specification assessment scheme, making it amongst the most sustainable and environmentally responsible building systems available today, Amos Group are proud to present this innovative system at Peakland Grange.