Archway Homes are actively seeking residential development opportunities in and around Cheshire.
The family owned building firm create traditional homes in suburban and semi-rural desirable locations across Cheshire and the Wirral.
Sites with or without planning permission and in sizes up to 3 acres are of interest.
The launch of Archway's latest exclusive development 'Montrose Gardens', Kelsall proved to be an instant hit, with two homes selling off-plan in the first week.
The development of just ten homes (three of which provide much needed affordable housing in the area), is situated on the periphery of Kelsall village in a semi-rural location surrounded by fields. The seven open market homes consist of six spacious four-bedroom family homes, and one stunning three bedroom home with all bedrooms en suite.read the full story
Potential homebuyers could start 2021 with reserving one of the final three homes on the exclusive Lime Tree Grange development at Cheshire Oaks, including 'The Pine' show home.
Enjoying a convenient location close to Cheshire Oaks' shopping and leisure facilities, the private development of just 7 four bedroom detached homes has easy access to transport links and local schools.read the full story
Following our development at Wood Farm, Guilden Sutton, Archway Homes’ Land and Sustainability Director, Rachael Whelan, caught up with the local school, Guilden Sutton C of E Primary School, to find out how they had been able to use our education contribution to make improvements at the school.read the full story
New Show Home launched at Archway's Cheshire Oaks development, Lime Tree Grange.
The stunning four double bedroom 'Pine' style family home is situated on this exclusive seven home development. Just three properties remain available (including the Show Home) at Lime Tree Grange, which is close to the popular shopping villages of Cheshire Oaks and The Coliseum, and the ever popular Blue Planet Aquarium.
Properties on this A-Rated Archway Homes development offer many green and environmentally friendly initiatives. Solar panels with an iBoost function take any surplus electricity and use it to heat your hot water. The kitchens are fitted with A-Rated appliances, and the gardens are planted with a fruit tree and carefully selected plants and trees which promote biodiversity. Local wildlife is also catered for with bird and bat boxes, and fences with hedgehog highway holes.read the full story
The first solar panels installed on Archway Homes' A-Rated development, Lime Tree Grange, in the desirable location of Cheshire Oaks, Chester, mark the beginning of the construction facet of their green agenda.read the full story
Archway Homes are back at work closely adhering to the HBF Charter for Safe Working Practice - COVID-19 guidelines, which has been developed in conjuction the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government and the Construction Industry.read the full story
Archway Homes is still open for business with staff working from home where-ever possible, however, we have made the decision, ahead of the government extending their restrictions, to close our developments and our office in order to keep our staff and customers safe.read the full story
Archway Homes’ developments are open as usual but with precautionary measures in place. These practical steps follow Government guidance and have been put in place to limit the spread of Coronavirus and protect the health and wellbeing of customers and colleagues.read the full story
ARCHWAY Homes has promoted Rachael Whelan to Land and Sustainability Director to lead their Green Agenda.
Rachael studied Ecology at Lancaster University before completing a Masters in Ecology and Conservation at Imperial College London. She then worked overseas for the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology before taking on a role in the conservation department at Chester Zoo.
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Classic, yet modern, the new show home at Eastham Fields, Eastham has a timeless style and broad appeal.
The four-bedroom Poplar has just opened, providing prospective purchasers with their first real taste of what life in a brand-new home could be like.read the full story
WAIT IS ALMOST OVER FOR EAGER EASTHAM BUYERS
Styled in the home colours of its neighbours Anselmians RUFC, a new show home is due to open at a popular housing development in Wirral.
Based on the initial “off plan” success of Eastham Fields, Archway Homes is anticipating strong interest in the show home when it opens over the weekend of January 11 and 12. The homebuilder is therefore encouraging potential purchasers to make an appointment to speak to the sales team and financial advisers during the launch event.read the full story
An eye-opening insight into life on the streets has boosted funds for Chester Aid to the Homeless.
Matt Whelan, development director for Archway Homes, and Caroline Cooper, finance manager were among dozens of participants in the annual fundraiser, which took place on 29th November - thought to have been the coldest night so far this winter.
Helping create a sense of community amongst new homeowners, Archway Homes hosted a special Meet the Neighbours event for buyers in Eastham.
The independent homebuilder is creating a new development of 21 homes at Eastham Fields, off Eastham Village Road.
A third of the properties have been reserved “off plan” and, as the first residents are starting to move in, Archway wanted to bring the new community together.read the full story
After a two-year search for a new home, the Stokes family have found the room they need to grow at Garden View near Nantwich.
The family of five have moved into a brand new four-bedroom detached home at the Archway Homes development in Willaston from nearby Stapley.read the full story
A rugby club plans to help encourage healthier lifestyles when it moves into a new home in Wirral.
Anselmians Rugby Club has teamed up with Archway Homes to develop a new clubhouse, community hub, pitches and parking on land at Malone Field on Eastham Village Road.
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A sense of community is growing amongst residents of an exclusive new development near Nantwich and there’s still time for one buyer to join them.
Garden View in Willaston is an intimate development of just seven large and luxurious properties from prestigious Cheshire homebuilder Archway Homes.
Six of the homes have been sold and four sets of homeowners have already moved in. And, to help the residents get to know one another, Archway treated them to afternoon tea on the house.read the full story
Archway Homes has fundraising licked – the homebuilder raised more than £2,500 for good causes.
A summer fun day in aid of Men’s Sheds and Claire House Children’s Hospice featured a hog roast, ice-cream van, bouncy castle and games was held at the company’s head office in Great Barrow.
A TASTE of life in a brand new home is being served up with afternoon tea on the house, this Saturday (August 10) at Garden View near Nantwich.
Archway Homes is celebrating Afternoon Tea Week (August 12 -18), early by inviting potential purchasers to view the final property available at the Willaston development.
From 12 to 4 on Saturday visitors will be able to tuck in to tea, sandwiches and cakes as they look inside the four-bedroom Larch.read the full story
Leading Cheshire developer Archway Homes is urging house hunters to move quickly if they want to call their exclusive Willaston development home.read the full story
We are excited to announce the launch of our joint venture at Anselmians Rugby Club in Eastham Village. In order to fund the redevelopment of the rugby club and community hub, Archway Homes are delighted to have been offered the opportunity to build 21 high quality four bedroomed homes as part of the project.read the full story
Archway Homes are offering the opportunity to come and view the stunning Garden View development in the desirable village of Willaston near Nantwich. The development is home to seven substantial executive homes situated on a private road and finished to a high standard.read the full story
Willaston White Star Rockets are a successful local youth football team who train close to our Garden View development. Funded only by donations from businesses and parental support, the team reached out to Archway for help to provide training equipment for the boys.read the full story
Circus Starr is a circus with a purpose! They host events all over the country for local disabled and disadvantaged children and are specifically designed to be accessible for all. These Big Top extravaganza events are, for many, a once in a lifetime opportunity and this September they are coming to Chester.read the full story
In keeping with our usual tradition Archway Homes held our annual Summer BBQ in June. The day was a resounding success in every regard - weather, food, enjoyment and in raising in excess of £1,300 to be shared between our two chosen charities, Chester Aid to Homeless (CATH) and SPACE.read the full story
Archway Homes are delighted to showcase two new additions to the company. Along with the expansion of the team there are now two Archway vans that will be seen out and about around Cheshire and the surrounding areas.read the full story
Now the roof is on the ‘Ciara’ at Wood Farm, and Gayle and Neil have had a chance to walk round and personalise their home, the internal works can really move on at a pace. At this stage, during the next 2 – 3 months, the house will undergo a huge tranformation.read the full story
Progress continues with the Ciara house type at Wood Farm and the roof is now on. The house is really taking shape and Gayle and Neil Fowler were delighted to be able to walk round their new home for the first time before the internal fitting starts.read the full story
Following the re-design of the Lime at Wood Farm into a Ciara house type, to meet the needs of the Fowler family with their disabled daughter, the next stage was to start the building process. The family were exchanged on their new home and had moved into rented accommodation. Equally the planning permission had been changed and the structure of the new building re-engineered, so there were no constraints on getting started.read the full story
The Archway team, including our subcontractors and suppliers, pulled out all the stops to help the Fowler family find their dream family home. Their requirements were very different to most families though, due to their middle child, Ciara, being diagnosed with Rett Syndrome at around the age of 2 - a rare condition that has left her severely disabled. After a number of meetings with Gayle and Neil, Ciara's parents, this is the on going story as their new home takes shape.read the full story
The Archway Homes annual Summer BBQ was held on 24th June and, as with previous years, the event was an opportunity for us to thank all our staff, professionals and subcontractors for their hard work over the year and also to raise money for charity. The event had a particular focus this year because of an inspiring family who are buying Plot 2 at Wood Farm, Guilden Sutton.read the full story
A new plot has been released for sale at Boundary Park, Saltney. Plot 7, The Hazel, is now on sale at £244,995 or only £195,996 with Help to Buy.read the full story
Here at Archway Homes we are used to unusual requests and try to accommodate them when possible, this time it was definitely off the wall!
Purchaser Mike Warrilow, who is buying an Elder at Boundary Park, Saltney with his wife Naomi, wanted to lay a brick in their new home so they could tell their little ones in the future that Daddy had helped build their home.read the full story
Archway Homes has recently sponsored a series of educational resources for Guilden Sutton Primary School, including workbooks titled “Play, Stay, Keep Safe”. The books and other materials, produced by the Children’s Safety Education Foundation (CSEF), cover important topics such as road safety, bullying and safety on a building site.read the full story
We have recently funded a mud kitchen, a model kitchen, designed to encourage imagination and role play in an outdoor environment, for the local pre-school to our Wood Farm development in Guilden Sutton.read the full story
Customers looking on our website might be surprised that our new development at Guilden Sutton, Wood Farm, has only one home currently available for sale. Not all the homes are sold - why are they not released? In order to answer that question it is necessary to explain what happens when buying a new home.read the full story
Following our internal revamp of Crispin House, the team felt that the outside of the building did not live up to the new and improved interior and, as we all know, first impressions count. So the team set to work identifying what would need doing so that the residence looked as good externally.read the full story
Guests at Archway Homes’ summer BBQ were very grateful that the early morning rain clouds dissipated to leave the sun shining while they enjoyed delicious South African food by Big 5 Catering http://www.big5catering.co.uk/.read the full story
Our projected three week renovation of Crispin House has completed ahead of schedule and looks fantastic. With work done both inside and on the garden, it was a real collaborative effort by all concerned.read the full story
Following Archway Homes' pledge to support local charitable causes we have built a relationship with CATH, Chester Aid to the Homeless, http://www.cath.org.uk and been having discussions about ways in which we can help.read the full story
The last home to be reserved on The Chase is now occupied, but not everyone has moved in as yet.read the full story
Community spirit is alive and well at Eddisbury Park. Our latest resident was greeted not only with champagne from us but also, within minutes of getting his keys, he had a freshly baked cake and a nice bottle of red wine from his new next door neighbours. This lovely gesture made the day even more special and personal for him.read the full story
The new show home at Eddisbury Park was unveiled for the first time over the weekend of the 23rd & 24th of January.read the full story
Archway Homes celebrated its 5th birthday last May by holding a summer barbeque to thank the staff and subcontractors, and their families, who have helped make the business what it is today.read the full story
Archway Homes is not only a family run housebuilding company, we also devote time and care into helping in the local community and feel passionately about doing so.read the full story
Sales at Eddisbury Park have been outstanding! Work on the development only started in March and already 10 of the 16 homes are reserved.read the full story
We are all working hard to get the new Show Home ready for an Open Day on Sunday 13th September.read the full story
July saw our first family moving in at The Chase, Great Sutton.read the full story