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Stunning selection of 174 homes coming soon

Posted on 25th November 2019 in News & Views

East Midlands-based developer Rippon Homes is preparing to deliver a magnificent selection of new properties for prospective purchasers on the edge of the popular Nottinghamshire town of Worksop.

The Edge, which is located off Blyth Road, will provide a range of 174 high-quality, three and four-bedroom homes bordering attractive open countryside.

Each of the homes at the development has been beautiful designed with a superior specification as standard, and there is a fantastic choice of open plan and traditional living spaces to suit all manner of property seekers.

Ian Dyke, Managing Director at Rippon Homes, said: “We are very excited to be launching these prestigious new homes for would-be buyers in Worksop.

“This picturesque new development offers a friendly community on the outskirts of the town, with a whole host of everyday amenities close to home.

“We anticipate that the properties at The Edge will be extremely popular with quick-off-the-mark purchasers once they go on sale, so I would urge anyone who hopes to be in with a chance of moving here to register their interest without delay!”

Located in north Nottinghamshire, Worksop is a popular town just off the A57 and A60, with links to Sheffield, Doncaster and Lincoln.

Perfect for commuters, The Edge is situated just one mile from Worksop train station, which provides regular services to Lincoln, Sheffield, Nottingham and Doncaster.

Surrounded by wonderful attractions including the Chesterfield Canal, Harley Gallery and Mr Straw’s House, Worksop is a thriving town. The town centre is home to a variety of local pubs, a tea room, medical surgeries, schools for children of all ages, and more.

With a range of local amenities and a fantastic location, The Edge is the ideal location for all types of purchasers looking to buy a high quality, stylish and homely new-build property.

For more information on The Edge, call 0800 1697600 (Freephone) or visit

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