Brearley Forge is already popular

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A brand new housing development that is helping to regenerate the Parson Cross area of Sheffield is already proving popular with house hunters before any of the show homes has even opened.

Buyers are already taking advantage of pre-show home prices by reserving their dream homes after being impressed with plans and images of the new development that will be created.

The 142-home Brearley Forge development is helping to create a vibrant and thriving new community, making it an attractive proposition for those looking for a modern, contemporary lifestyle.

Named after Harry Brearley, inventor of Stainless Steel, the site is being re-developed by the Sheffield Housing Company, in partnership with Sheffield City Council, Keepmoat and Great Places Housing Group.

The first phase of the development includes a mix of two and three bedroom homes making it ideal for first time buyers, professionals and families.

All homes have been architecturally designed to the highest standard and are light and spacious, with private gardens and parking – offering properties of a size and quality which really sets Brearley Forge apart from other new developments in the city.

Financial assistance is also available on these new homes through the Government supported FirstBuy shared equity scheme, meaning buyers only need to initially fund 80% of the asking price, with a 20% equity loan jointly funded by Keepmoat and the Government making up the rest.

For more information or to make an advanced reservation on your dream home, please visit Keepmoat’s sales office at Brearley Forge, Falstaff Crescent, Sheffield, S5 8DD between 10am and 5pm Thursday to Monday. Alternatively, please call Keepmoat’s home sales executive on 01142 453 026 or visit