Countryside has sold 74 homes in two months at its New Broughton Village scheme in Salford.
The latest phase of 181 three and four-bedroom homes at New Broughton Village were released in May, 30% of which Countryside said have already been reserved off-plan.
Buyers have also been found for 10 of the 45 two- and three-bedroom homes at The Point development at New Broughton Village, which includes the first two-bedroom house available at the site.
Countryside launched New Broughton Village in 2006. The 183-acre site on the east side of Salford has so far seen the delivery of 900 homes.
Forming part of Salford Council's £500m investment in Lower Broughton, New Broughton Village includes the landscaped Ascension Park, the River View Primary School, a local church and a variety of shops and cafes, a dentist and a chemist.
Homes are available to purchase through the Help to Buy scheme, which enables buyers to own 100% of their home whilst receiving an equity loan of up to 20%.
House prices start at £124,950.
Peter Vella, regional sales and marketing director of Countryside, said: "Buyer confidence at New Broughton Village has remained strong over the past few years, however recent figures have exceeded our expectations; a positive sign that the market is at its most buoyant for some time.
"Countryside has never compromised on the high quality and affordability that our buyers have come to expect. The average property price in Salford has risen by 12% to £138,619 since January and we are committed to ensuring that our homes at New Broughton Village continue to fall beneath this bracket to make home buying as achievable as possible for our buyers."