Regency plans luxury homes on Alderley Edge nightclub site

Regency Residential is aiming to complete a 12-home development in Alderley Edge by autumn this year as the scheme’s detached houses hit the market for at least £1m each.

Regency, part of the MCR Property Group, will build the development through its in-house construction business, and will deliver a mix of detached and semi-detached homes, all of which are single-storey.

Designed by Coda Studios, the development just off the A34 also includes woodlands and a lake over a 4.5 acre site, which formerly housed the 18,000 sq ft Yesterday’s nightclub.

The detached homes are on the market for between £998,000 and £1.2m and prices for the other properties start at £350,000.

Chris Taylor, managing director at Regency Residential, said: “Our expert planning team scrutinised every detail to ensure the creation of a pioneering and beautiful development, while guaranteeing minimal visual impact on the North Cheshire green belt landscape.

“Alderley Edge is one of the most desirable locations in the North West, and this special collection of distinguished homes further demonstrate the wealth and diversity in this sought-after area. We expect demand for the properties to be high.”

Harden Park Alderley Edge 2

Prices for detached homes start at £1m

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Wow! These look absolutely fabulous!!

By Real Place Reader of Cheshire

There is also social afffordable housing on this site. Must a first and good thing for this part of Alderley Edge/ Wilmslow.

By Interesting

Move your bike out of the way kid we’ve got to fit two Range Rovers on here!

By Unaplanner

It looks like that street in the original Halloween.

By Elephant

£998,000 is a bit steep…

Would you accept £997,000?

By Alan Partridge

Not sure it makes sense to pay £1M for a house opposite an affordable house??? Drive past this site most mornings and it was underwater for 2 months. Buyer beware!

By Interesting

Why has Cheshire East allowed so much development on green belt land. Good agricultural land around Congleton sandbach and Holmes chapel is being crammed with new housing. How many houses have been built in these areas in the last 40 years? Soon all of these towns will be one massive urban sprawl!

By Poulson

Blame the house builders and central government policy, Poulson. All the cards are in the hands of developers rather than communities and if a council tries to prevent sprawl, developers will simply go to court over and again to get land allocated for housing.

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