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Energy efficient homes in Croft

WITH 12% of homeowners planning energy efficient upgrades* to their properties, Elan Homes is offering buyers in Croft the chance to avoid the hassle of repairs and renovations.

Set amid acres of natural beauty Gosling Park offers a rare opportunity to embrace the rural idyll of village living in the style and comfort of a brand new home.

Built to the latest energy efficient standards, the properties are perfect for those who are tired of cranking up the thermostat and seeing their heating bills rise as temperatures drop.

During Energy Saving Week (October 20 – 24) in particular, Elan is keen to raise awareness of the potential energy and monetary savings to be had by moving to a brand new home.


Homes in Croft

Marie Morris, sales director for Elan Homes in the North, says: “Draught, mould and condensation are common problems for people living in older properties with the Energy Saving trust indicating that a quarter of those who own a draughty home planning to install energy efficiency upgrades in the next year, compared with 12% of homeowners overall.

“We know condensation is such a nuisance for householders and many will have to save up to spend thousands of pounds to try to remove it. It’s difficult to get rid of and can often be a waste of money. In contrast our properties at Gosling Park are warm, draught-free and so should cost to run than their older counterparts as research by the NHBC and Zero Carbon Hub suggests a typical four-bedroom Victorian property is more than twice as expensive to run compared with an equivalent new build home.

Current availability at Gosling Park includes four and five-bedroom properties, priced from £424,995.

All of the properties come complete with contemporary boilers providing a zoned central heating system, thermostatically controlled radiators, efficient double glazing and effective wall, floor and loft insulation.

With just 25 homes set in 21 acres of woodland wild meadows and surrounded by farmland, Gosling Park offers a tranquil rural oasis. Despite the serenity of the area, there is a strong community with good village schools within walking distance. Just a mile away in Culcheth there are bars, restaurants, a supermarket, boutique shops and a deli. It’s also well suited as a commuter base as the M6, M56 and M62 are all within easy reach, with Liverpool little more than half an hour away by car.

For more information call 0845 293 8818