Hawthorn Rise Properties Selling Fast

New homes have been released in our much sought-after Hawthorn Rise development in Ellesmere, and people have been reserving quickly.

Perfect Location

We are pleased to say that more homes are now available at Hawthorn Rise, our stunning development comprising of two, three and four bedroomed homes, located in the market town of Ellesmere.

Close to the idyllic, bustling towns of Shrewsbury, Oswestry and the city of Chester, Ellesmere is the perfect base for growing families and first-time buyers to explore Shropshire and further out towards Powys.

Famously known as ‘Shropshire’s Lake District’, Ellesmere and its surrounding area are something to behold. An easily accessible town set in picturesque rolling landscape, Ellesmere is home to nine meres and miles of canals – a haven of relaxation. Overlooking these stunning views, this Welsh-English border development is an excellent location for combining an urban lifestyle with countryside living.

Idyllic Properties

Hawthorn Rise | Fletcher Homes

Hawthorn Rise | Fletcher Homes

There are still some properties available on the development, but you will have to be quick to reserve. The remaining properties are the stunning ‘Henley’ house type, a beautiful 3 bedroom home designed with modern living in mind. With open-plan kitchen/dining and French doors to the rear garden, these spacious homes are ideal for growing families, retirees or those looking for a new and exciting location. The homes also come complete with utility room, downstairs bathroom, and a generous living room.

We have been building beautiful homes in Shropshire for over 80 years, and this development is no different in its quality. Built to the highest specification and by exceptional builders, the properties at Hawthorn Rise are future-proofed in both functionality and timeless style.

Find out more about the latest phase of this stunning new build homes development in Ellesmere on the Hawthorn Rise development page or contact us to book a viewing today.

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