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Elan Homes present an exclusive collection of thirty-four 4 bedroom new homes at Hope Park Mews, Macclesfield.

With the Peak District National Park right on your doorstep, and the style and sophistication of Cheshire’s finest towns, such as Wilmslow and Knutsford within easy reach, there’s so much more to Macclesfield than meets the eye. Which makes Hope Park Mews the ideal location for you and for your family, for now and for the future.

The Hope Park Mews development of new homes in Macclesfield reflect Elan Homes’ commitment to giving our customers the home of their dreams, thanks to our enthusiasm for quality building and attention to detail at all stages of the building process. The homes at Hope Park Mews benefit from high quality contemporary fixtures and fittings throughout.

West Park Drive,
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01625 365 085

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3 & 4 Bedroom Homes Available From £274,995

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4 bedroom semi-detached home


*SOLD OUT* 3 bedroom semi-detached home


*SOLD OUT* 3 bedroom semi-detached home


*SOLD OUT* 3 bedroom semi-detached home

What's in the local area


There’s an excellent selection of schools within easy reach, including many rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted. St Albans Catholic Primary achieves the top ranking, with Bollinbrook CofE Primary and Park Royal Community School both rated ‘good’. For older pupils, the choice is even better, with All Hallows Catholic College and Fallibroome Academy both rated ‘outstanding’.

Alternatively, Macclesfield Academy won a national award for its exam results in 2015, and then bettered them in 2016. King’s School and Beech Hall School offer an independent option for children of all ages.

*Ofsted inspection dates:

St Albans Catholic Primary November 2014

Bollinbrook CofE Primary March 2015

Park Royal Community School June 2012

All Hallows Catholic College December 2014

Fallibroome Academy January 2014


Macclesfield is well connected, with the M56, M6 and M60 Manchester orbital all just a short drive away. Wilmslow is 8miles, Congleton is 9miles, Knutsford is 11miles and Buxton 12miles. For commuters, Stockport is 17miles with Manchester beyond at around 21miles.

Trains from Macclesfield will speed you into Manchester City Centre in as little as 22minutes, with London, via Stoke, taking just an hour and three quarters. If you are heading further afield, Manchester Airport is just 12miles away.

Days out

Macclesfield has something for everyone conveniently close at hand. Head east and you’ll discover Britain’s first ever National Park, the Peak District, offering miles of glorious countryside to explore. The spa town of Buxton is a mere 12miles drive away. A great day out for all the family, head for Jodrell Bank radio telescope, home of BBC’s Stargazing Live.

When it comes to exploring, Tatton Park has over 1000 acres to discover, complete with a vast deer park and a classic country house. Don’t miss the famous flower show, held each July, which is part of a full calendar of activities. 

Macclesfield is home to a wide range of sports clubs, including conference side Macclesfield Town FC, with premiership football easily accessible in nearby Manchester. If you’d rather take part than watch, Macclesfield Leisure Centre has excellent facilities for a range of sports. Golfers will love Cheshire’s famous range of quality courses, with Tytherington and Prestbury Golf Clubs the closest rounds.

Outdoor sports enthusiasts will love the close proximity of the Peak District, offering everything from hiking and climbing to watersports and so much more. Alternatively, a short drive around the M60 brings you an amazing choice at the Trafford Centre, from skiing and snowboarding to indoor skydiving.

Film buffs will enjoy the latest releases at Cinemac at the Heritage Centre, with regular arthouse films shown under the Screen Arts banner. Macclesfield is also home to the Superbowl bowling alley.

Less than 30 minutes away by train, you’ll find the many concert halls and theatres of Manchester from the major tours at Manchester Central and the Manchester Arena, to the Halle Orchestra at Bridgewater Hall.


Macclesfield has something for you whatever your shopping style, from the big name malls like the Grosvenor and Thornton Square shopping centres, to the quirky independents of the Castle Quarter. There is a permanent indoor market in the town, with regular outdoor street markets, including the famous Treacle Market on the last Sunday of the month, which has over 150 stalls of arts and crafts, food and fashion.

For a boutique shopping experience, head for the exclusive retailers of Knutsford and Wilmslow, or if you prefer your designer labels at discount prices, head to Freeport Talke, around half an hour’s drive to the south. 

Dining out

Macclesfield has a cosmopolitan selection of restaurants and gastro pubs, so you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to dining out. 

“We didn’t want to miss out while we tried to sell our old home and with Part Exchange we didn’t have to. It gave us peace of mind and meant that we didn’t have to worry about getting caught up in a chain that could delay our move.”

Jane & David

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