WITH a database of 700-plus potential purchasers, new homes in Rossett are being released for sale “off plan” in response to demand.

Castle Green Homes is building on a 15-acre site, on Rossett Road, allocated for housing in the Local Development Plan.

A small number of the 99 private sale properties will initially be available to reserve at Trevalyn Place when the sales office opens on June 22.

Priority access is being given to those who’ve registered interest in the homes.

Potential purchasers are encouraged to create a Willow account via the homebuilder’s website, where they will be able to view the homes virtually and compare and select specification choices to create a digital twin of the property they want to purchase.

Sales director for Castle Green Homes Sian Pitt explained: “The new homes we’re building in Rossett have been long-awaited. We’d built a strong database of more than 500 people who’d enquired about the properties and in the last six weeks have added a further 200 names to the list of potential purchasers.

“Many of them have already been exploring the homes virtually via our website and have created Willow accounts, enabling them to select their favourite house types.

"People with a Willow account will soon be able to explore the specification options available and create a digital twin of their home online wherever and whenever they want to even before they’ve reserved without having to come into the sales office. They’ll even be able to reserve their new home online.”

The homes will initially be available to reserve “off plan”, with show homes due to open in early 2025.

Prices at Trevalyn Place will start from £329,995 for a three-bedroom semi-detached Marlow. Four-bedroom detached homes will be priced from £459,995.

Many of the homes will benefit from views over open countryside.

Mature landscaping around the boundary to the site is being retained and pockets of public open space created throughout the new neighbourhood.

Community investment agreed during the planning process includes local schools sharing circa £900,000, with the funding to be distributed via the local authority.

During the planning process, drainage experts at Wrexham County Borough Council, Welsh Water and National Resources Wales (NRW who advise on flooding and maintain flood mapping for the whole of the country) were consulted and a comprehensive Flood Risk Assessment carried out.

A detailed surface water drainage design for the site has been approved by Wrexham Council.

This is a Sustainable Urban Drainage System design, developed in accordance with Welsh Government standards, and incorporates huge amounts of attenuation for surface water to make the site extremely resilient to flooding from extreme weather, far more so than any older residential area.