Hillcrest has submitted plans to create 30 new homes in the Cheshire village of Bollington, near Macclesfield.
Designed by Calderpeel Architects, the exclusive development includes a landscaped ‘village green’ and has spectacular views of the adjacent River Dean and The Peak District beyond, including local landmark White Nancy.
The scheme offers a choice of four-bedroom detached homes, three-bedroom semi-detached, barn style cottages and mews properties.
Under the plans, native trees and shrubs would be planted as part of a landscaping plan for the site which would also feature a children’s play area.
Mark Massey, a director at Calderpeel Architects, said: “The designs for these homes have been carefully crafted with the Hillcrest team and will enable them to blend sympathetically into the fabric of the local area.
“The homes will offer a contemporary take on Bollington’s prevalent architectural style, being finished in high quality materials from the local natural stone and render to the dry-stone walling and mature landscaping. It will be another unmistakably Hillcrest scheme.”
James Payne, managing director of Hillcrest Homes, said: “Having lived in Bollington, I’m really passionate about the area and excited at the prospect of bringing our Hillcrest homes to the town.
We design and build beautiful houses and ones that we will ensure are deserving of Bollington and this special riverside location.”
Subject to planning permission being granted, Hillcrest expects to be able to start on site in spring 2019 with the homes being made available for sale in 2020.