Developments across Newcastle-under-Lyme and Cheshire

2, 3, and 4 bedroom homes
£31,250 to £92,500 for a shared ownership sale

Shared ownership is an affordable way for you to get on the property ladder if you cannot afford to buy a home outright. It allows you to buy a share in a brand new house on a part buy / part rent basis and pay a subsidised rent on the remaining share.

Help To Buy Shared Ownership enables you to buy between 25 per cent and 75 per cent of your new home and then buy more as and when you can afford it. Aspire Housing works with major developers such as Barratt Homes, Taylor Wimpey, Bovis Homes and others to bring those who live in Staffordshire and Cheshire affordable homes.

Our available homes feature 2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses in Cheshire and Newcastle-under-Lyme.

Malbank Waters

Nantwich, Cheshire

2 bedroom shared ownership houses from

£46,250 for a 25% share
Rent payable on the remaining share

  • Set in the rural beauty of the Cheshire countryside
  • Beautiful 2 bedroom homes
  • Stylish development with great commuter links
  • Highly desirable schools and great amenities
Last home remaining

Woodshutts Park

Kidsgrove, Newcastle-under-Lyme

2 bedroom shared ownership houses from

£31,250 for a 25% share
Rent payable on the remaining share

  • Sizeable gardens
  • New development
  • Private parking
  • Close to local amenities
2 properties remaining

* Terms & Conditions: Please note that all images are for illustrative purposes only and do not form part of the contract for sale. Prices are based on the initial purchase of a percentage of the value of the property, with a monthly rent payable on the share remaining in Aspire Housing’s ownership. For specific details please see our price lists and individual property pages. This product is subject to eligibility checks, as shared ownership is an affordable housing product. Terms and conditions apply to property purchases and any offers on specific properties or sites. Details and prices are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to periodic change.