Last Chance to Buy at Oakwood Development

There are just four properties left at the hugely popular £5million development in Wesham, Lancashire.

Built by Applethwaite, part of the Eric Wright Group, Oakwood comprises 24 detached, 3 and 4 bedroom homes. It has been a sought after location for first time buyers and families using the Government-backed Help to Buy scheme, with more than 50 per cent of the houses purchased this way.

Located on the site of the former council office building on Derby Road, the development completed build in 2016 and is ideally located for commuters.

This is the last chance to secure a new 4 bedroom detached home. Four remain with prices starting at £225,000 and each features spacious open plan family living, a range of integrated appliances, designer bathrooms and integral garage.

Colin Hetherington, director of Applethwaite Ltd, said: “There’s a real shortage of quality new homes like these in the area, so Oakwood has hit the mark with local people searching for luxury living without having to relocate.

“This small-scale development has appealed to a cross section of buyers. Warm, inviting and designed with modern family living in mind, it won’t be too long before the remaining four properties are snapped up.”

The Oakwood sales office is open Friday to Monday, 10am – 4pm and further information can be found at


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