New Prospect homes at Rose Gardens feature open plan layouts

IF life in lockdown has planted the seed of the idea of moving home for more space inside and out, a move to a new home at Rose Gardens in Clitheroe could give you room to grow.

Perfectly placed between the lovely Lancashire countryside and the amenities of Clitheroe town centre, the Prospect Homes development has blossomed into a new community.

Launched in 2018, there are now less than a dozen of the 81 homes available, with the remaining properties offering a choice of four-bedroom detached designs.

Head of sales Samantha Williams says: “The Ribble Valley is unofficially known as Happy Valley after being named the happiest place in the UK by the Office of National Statistics. We’ve welcomed dozens of happy homeowners to Rose Gardens including families who had outgrown their previous homes.

“We’d encourage people looking for a new home to think not just about their immediate needs but to consider longer term priorities too. If working from home is part of their new normal, buying a home with an extra bedroom could provide them with a study. Alternatively, a spare bedroom could be a playroom or gaming room for the children, or it could be used as a home gym.”

Four-bedroom homes at Rose Gardens are currently priced from £270,000 to £325,000.

A Lucerne style property is available from £280,000 with blinds, carpets, light fittings, plus turf to the rear garden included in the price.

The spacious lounge is at the front of the property with open plan kitchen and dining room with direct access out to the garden, plus utility and cloakroom, at the rear. A washer/dryer, fridge freezer and dishwasher are all included as standard.

Upstairs, the master bedroom benefits an en-suite, with the family bathroom then serving the remaining three bedrooms.

“We appreciate that homeowners may think they need to sell before enquiring about buying a new home, but that’s not always the case. We offer a range of options than can get people moving, whatever their circumstances,” Samantha explains.

“For example, we may be able to help them sell with our EasyMove scheme or even take their property in part exchange. Alternatively, providing they’ve sold the home they’re moving from subject to contract, they may be able to take out a Help to Buy equity loan to make buying a new home easier to afford.”

Located off Woone Road, homes at Rose Gardens are just a short walk into Clitheroe, home to a number of shops, restaurants and pubs.

It’s a great option for commuting to Preston or Manchester, both of which can be reached in around an hour by train.

The show home garden at Rose Gardens, Clitheroe

For more information about the homes available or to make an appointment to visit the development call 01200 439373 or see