Joint venture partners nmcn plc and Brooklyn Ellis have further expanded their alliance following the approval of a £4.1m development deal in Etwall, Derbyshire. The scheme is located on the former Park Farm Dairy site, on Ash Lane just outside the beautiful village of Etwall.
The development will see the creation of seven new family dwellings, using the existing brick barns and farmhouse. Extensive remodelling of the former farmhouse will create a luxurious five-bedroom home. In addition, the existing barns will be converted to offer a mixture of well proportioned three and four bedroom dwellings. Work will also include the creation of new courtyard parking, landscaped gardens in keeping with the surrounding area and the provision of all necessary utilities.
The prestigious development is set in some of Derbyshire’s finest countryside, and will seamlessly marry all the benefits of country living, while offering excellent transport links to major towns and cities across the region.
This latest scheme follows the success of the joint venture partnership’s Roundhills Farm project, located in Sutton-in-Ashfield, where the eagerly anticipated show home is due to launch later this month.
Nick Banks, operations director at nmcn plc, said: “It is great to see our partnership with Brooklyn Ellis successfully flourishing and we look forward to starting our second residential scheme with them. The Park Farm development is a rare opportunity for home buyers to live in an idyllic country location such as this, while only being a stones throw away from major transport links, towns and cities.”
Sarah Naden, director at Brooklyn Ellis, said: “We are delighted to be working with nmcn again. This site is superbly located and has great views, which the design work will look to take advantage of.”
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