Current developments

Mitchell Gardens

West Avenue, Kidsgrove, Staffordshire ST7 1NT

Details

From £38,750 for a 25% share

West Avenue, Kidsgrove, Staffordshire ST7 1NT

Homes for Sale

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Plot Type Bedrooms Market value Minimum share Price Rent pcm Status
32 The Smith 2 £157,500 25% £39,375 £271 Available to buy off plan
33 The Smith 2 £155,000 25% £38,750 £267 Available to buy off plan
34 The Smith 2 £155,000 25% £38,750 £267 Available to buy off plan
35 The Beech 3 £170,000 40% £68,000 £233.75 SOLD
24 The Smith 2 £157,500 25% £39,375 £271 Available to buy off plan
25 The Smith 2 £155,000 25% £38,750 £267 Available to buy off plan
26 The Smith 2 £155,000 25% £38,750 £267 Available to buy off plan
27 The Smith 2 £157,500 25% £39,375 £271 Available to buy off plan
5 The Smith 2 £157,500 25% £39,375 £271 Reserved 
6 The Smith 2 £155,000 25% £38,750 £267 Available 
7 The Smith 2 £155,000 25% £38,750 £267 Available

 

Additional costs : Service Charge £TBC

Development Plan

Mitchell Gardens Development Plan

Area Map

Local Area

Kidsgrove Location

Kidsgrove is a town in Staffordshire and the birthplace of Spitfire designer, Reginald Mitchell. Near the Cheshire border, Kidsgrove is seven miles south of Congleton and 12 miles east of Crewe. With a population of around 24,000, the town provides all modern amenities combined with a rich history.

Located to nearby commuter links, new homes in Kidsgrove are favourites with both families and city workers.

Transport

Situated in Staffordshire but close to the Cheshire border, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Congleton and Manchester can all be reached from the A34. Stoke-on-Trent is a 14-minute journey on the A500, while the M6 is a 24-minute drive away. Kidsgrove is also home to a portion of the A50 for commuting to the north west and south east.

Kidsgrove has a railway station, with regular services connecting to Crewe, Stoke-on-Trent, Manchester and London Euston, while the nearest airport is at Manchester, located 24 miles away via the A34. The Trent and Mersey Canal also runs through the town.

Culture

Considered a large town, Kidsgrove has access to every amenity families require. With a variety of local shops, a health centre, library and supermarket, the area also benefits from a range of pubs, bars and places to eat.

For lovers of retail therapy, Freeport Talke shopping outlet is just an eight-minute drive away, while Tunstall Park, Westport Lake and Victoria Park offer havens for dog walkers and hikers. 

Schools

There are a number of schools in the area including Dove Bank Primary School and Maryhill High School, with University Academy Kidsgrove providing a sixth form. Keele University is eight miles away, while Staffordshire University is a 15-minute drive away via the A500.

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Shared Ownership

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Whether you're a first-time buyer, or don't have a full deposit, Shared Ownership is an affordable way to own a new home you'll love to live in.

A branch of the Help to Buy scheme, Shared Ownership is a way to buy a brand new property, allowing you to part-buy, part-rent your home.

The initial share you buy will usually be between 25% and 75% of the full property price and is tailored to your needs, making it affordable now and in the future.

You can increase your shares in your home - known as 'staircasing' - which then decreases the amount of rent you pay. If you staircase to 100% ownership, there is no rent to pay.

House types in this Development

  1. The Beech

    £68,000 for a 40% share

    West Avenue, Kidsgrove ST7 1NT

  2. The Smith

    £38,750 for a 25% share

    West Avenue, Kidsgrove ST7 1NT