Alderley Park is a unique location and one of South Manchester’s most desirable, within minutes of Cheshire’s premier social hub, Alderley Edge. This exclusive residential enclave offers THREE distinct styles of truly luxurious living, in a collection of homes beautifully designed by internationally revered Architect ROBERT ADAM and exquisitely brought to life by PH Homes.

CEDAR SQUARE

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THE RIDE

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THE SERPENTINE

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Cedar Square is a spectacular development of three and four bedroom family homes inspired by the classic Georgian squares of London. Centred on a magnificent Lebanese cedar tree which lends the scheme its name, these imposing new homes make a bold statement.

Designed in form and style to respect their historic surroundings but at the same time make a stunning visual statement of their own, the homes at Cedar Square feature exquisite detailing, including bracketed eaves, frieze, fascias and pediments which pay a real homage to the context of the site.

The Ride stands at the Southernmost edge of Alderley Park, its 14 properties inspired by local Cheshire village architecture with red brick, bay windows and tall chimneys. In fact, this whole part of the development has a unique ‘village’ feel, with several of the homes arranged around a ‘green’ and the country estate’s walled gardens and cricket pitch adjacent.

You approach The Ride through a particularly imposing gateway – its substantial stone pillars topped by a pair of imperious stone eagles – which harks back to the days when the Stanley family owned this entire estate.

Named after the sinuous body of water along its Southern flank, The Serpentine is the largest of our developments at Alderley Park – and in many ways the most impressive.

While largely individual in character, the 33 properties designed by internationally-acclaimed architect Robert Adam mix Georgian features with local materials and styles. Ranging from four-bedroomed family homes to six-bedroomed villas, as befits such grand residences each design takes its name from the ancestral heraldic shields in the nearby Tenants’ Hall.