First homes released for sale at Market Rasen development

Chestnut Homes Chantrey Park

Chestnut Homes Chantrey Park – first homes for sale at new housing development in Market Rasen.

A selection of three and four-bedroom properties are now available to purchase at Chantrey Park, which is located off Caistor Road, at the northern edge of the town.

Construction work is continuing on the initial phase of 101 homes, which comprises 81 houses for private sale and 20 affordable properties. A total of 300 homes are set to be built at Chantrey Park.

Helene Key, Sales Manager for Chestnut Homes, said: “As well as releasing the first homes onto the market, we’ve also opened our marketing suite to give buyers a chance to visit Chantrey Park in person and speak to our sales team about the homes which are available.

“Ever since we announced our plans for Chantrey Park, there has been a high level of interest from potential purchasers, and demand only increased when infrastructure works began on the first phase of homes back in April.

“We welcomed our first visitors to the site on Monday 15th November when we officially opened our marketing suite, and we are looking forward to meeting more interested house-hunters in the weeks and months ahead.”

As part of the planning agreement for the first phase of Chantrey Park, Chestnut Homes will be contributing £199,859 towards improvements to Market Rasen Primary School and £42,975 towards improvements to Market Rasen Surgery.

A further £45,000 is also being contributed by the developer towards providing a skate park in the town, along with £3,500 towards signage to make a foot and cycle path between the development and Church Bridge.

Helene added: “We are continuing to make good progress on the construction of these much-needed homes, and we look forward to welcoming the first residents to Chantrey Park at the beginning of next year.”

To find out more information about Chantrey Park, or to book an appointment to visit the marketing suite, call 01673 353110 or visit chestnuthomes.co.uk.

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