Open house that opened many eyes

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Housing developer Taylor Wimpey has hailed a successful open weekend event (Saturday March 8 and Sunday 9), across its Low Moor Gardens and Calderstone’s Vale developments in Clitheroe.

Each housing scheme held a dedicated Spring open weekend, with advisers on-hand to help buyers with a step on or up the property ladder.

The Low Moor Gardens and Calderstone’s Vale developments, located in Low Moor and Whalley respectively, have each witnessed rousing sales from customers utilising the house-builder’s financial incentives; and this is something Taylor Wimpey is keen to highlight for more eligible purchasers.

Chloe Dunn, head of sales for Taylor Wimpey Manchester, said: “Clitheroe is obviously an incredibly desirable location for house-hunters.

“I think potential buyers were surprised how accessible homes can actually be here when using our initiatives.

“Part Exchange in particular has been something of a revelation; where existing home-owners desperately wanted to upsize but were keen avoid selling on the open market.

“This Clitheroe open weekend gave home-seekers a fantastic opportunity to look at our stunning selection of homes throughout the area, while talking to the team about their options.”

Part Exchange is an alternative route for home-owners, whereby Taylor Wimpey becomes the cash buyer for your home at market value, in exchange for a new-build home.

The Low Moor Gardens development currently features a variety of four bedroomed designs from £299,995; where Calderstone’s Vale boasts a collection of three to five-bedroomed homes with prices starting from £259,995.

Chloe adds: “The weekend provided a unique opportunity for interested buyers to see what each of our developments has to offer; and they’ll have met a friendly sales team across both who are only too happy to help.”

Low Moor Gardens is located on Chapel Close in Low Moor; and Calderstone’s Vale can be found on Pendle Drive in Whalley.

For more information on both developments, visit