Stunning new homes at Delamere Gardens in Fixby, Huddersfield

“Delamere Gardens is a genuinely new concept in the area: a small group of completely individual, architect designed homes ready for you to occupy.”

Ryder & Dutton New Homes are delighted to offer For Sale the final four remaining detached homes at the stunning Delamere Gardens development. Each home is individually designed by the award winning architects One 17, creating a unique space to take advantage of the existing mature landscaping and position within this private, gated development.

Delamere Gardens

Completed to an exceptionally high specification with the emphasis on creating spaces that are a pleasure to inhabit, including Sie Matic kitchens by Stuart Frazer, Villeroy & Boch and Hansgrohe sanitary ware, feature log burning fireplace to lounge, hardwood floors to ground floor with ceramic tiles to kitchens / utilities, wardrobes to master bedrooms, Crestron automation system controlling lighting, audio, curtains & blinds to Ground Floor living accommodation supplied and installed by Audiovation.

“Every single house at Delamere Gardens has been designed to enhance the lives of those who live in them. The quality of natural light, the flow of spaces, the carefully considered details: all contribute to make this group of homes something different, something special.”

We have an OPEN WEEKEND on SATURDAY & SUNDAY 23rd and 24th APRIL between 11AM – 3PM with viewers welcome.

Viewers are welcome to view the properties at our open weekend on Saturday and Sunday 24rd and 24th April between 11am and 3pm. You can also view details on our website here. 

Further information can be found at

Kirstie and Sue complete ‘The Big Bike Ride’ for Willow Wood Hospice

On Sunday 17th April 2016 The “Big Bike Ride” arrived in Tameside with cyclists taking on either a 13-mile, 20-mile or 30-mile cycle route to raise funds for Willow Wood Hospice.

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Kirstie and Sue from Ryder & Dutton both took part in the event with sponsorship money raised going to Willow Wood Hospice in Ashton.

Ryder & Dutton sponsor a beer barrel at the Mayor Of Mossley’s Real Ale and Music Festival

Ryder & Dutton were proud to sponsor a beer barrel at the Mayor of Mossley’s Real Ale and Music Festival this weekend, with ‘Lady Jane’ being the tipple of choice!

All proceeds went to the ‘Mayor of Mossley’s Charity Fund’ and the event was a great success.

Mossley Real Ale Mayors Charity

Mossley office Manager Alex Fitton is pictured with Councillor and Mayor of Mossley Lesley Bill and Sales Negotiator Amy Hadfield from Ryder & Dutton in Mossley.

Alex Fitton said “Ryder & Dutton were delighted to support the ‘Mayor of Mossley’s Charity Fund’ by sponsoring a beer barrel at the Real Ale and Music Festival. The event was well planned with free activities for the children and a fantastic selection of 13 local ales and ciders. Even a bit of winter weather did nothing to dampen the spirits!”

The event was one of many planned by the Mayor of Mossley’s Charity Fund and money raised will go towards helping local Mossley community groups.

Open viewing at Eskdale Avenue, Coppice, Oldham

9 Eskdale Avenue, Coppice, Oldham is holding an OPEN VIEWING on Saturday 23rd April between 2pm and 4pm.


Large and spacious end terraced property with four bedrooms, two reception rooms and a large Dining Kitchen in a popular residential area. Only appreciated during an internal inspection, the size of this large home is ideal for the family buyer in particular with shower facilities on both the ground and first floor.  EPC:D.

9 Eskdale Avenue, Coppice, Oldham OL8 4EE OPEN for VIEWING on Saturday 23rd April between 2pm and 4pm. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY

You can also view full details on our website HERE. 

Open viewing Cottonmill Court, Bacup

9 Cottonmill Court in Bacup is holding an OPEN VIEWING ON SATURDAY 16TH APRIL 2016 between 10am and 1pm.

Cottonmil Court

Cottonmill Court is an executive detached home, perfect for the growing family. Superbly presented and stylishly appointed to exacting standards, the spacious and versatile accommodation features entrance hall, lounge, kitchen/diner, utility, downstairs WC, integral garage, four bedrooms (master with en-suite and dressing room plus three bedrooms with fitted wardrobes) and family bathroom. Externally gardens to front and rear plus driveway. Plus many more added extras. EPC B.

9 Cottonmill Court, Bacup OL13 9AY is available to view on Saturday 16th April between 10am and 1pm with no appointment necessary.

You can also view full details on our website HERE. 


The “Big Bike Ride” comes to Tameside to support Willow Wood Hospice

On Sunday 17th April 2016 The “Big Bike Ride” comes to Tameside as one of the local Hospices that we support at Willow Wood  is holding a cycling event to raise money for the Hospice.


Cyclists will join forces to raise funds for Willow Wood Hospice with cyclists taking on either a 13-mile, 20-mile or 30-mile route with all routes starting and finishing at Richmond Park in Ashton.

Sue and Kirstie Williamson from Ryder & Dutton are both signed up to take part and we want to wish them luck for the bike ride on Sunday.

Good luck Sue & Kirstie!

Spring clean your way to a sale!

Now that we are officially into Spring there is no better time to think about giving your home that Spring clean to get it looking it’s best ready to sell.

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Having viewers visit your home can be difficult as you want to give the illusion of a show home but its not always that easy with many of us working long hours, awkward shift patterns and having families to juggle too, however we would like to offer you some simple advice that may help get the springtime overhaul just right for viewers!

* Thoroughly clean all the windows and frames inside and out. Once this is done it’s not a job you will need to do too often but it’s worth spending some time on. With PVC window frames give them a wipe over both inside and out to get rid of any water marks or cobwebs etc. If you have wooden window frames it might be worth seeing if they are ready to be re-varnished to help them look their best.

* Look at any exterior paint work to check its in good order. Any faded or peeling paint work is worth re-painting to give it a spruce up and the difference it can make is amazing . Don’t forget your front door and re-paint or clean as required and give the door furniture such as letter box and door handle a polish.

* Silly as this sounds if your home does not currently display a house number it might be worth investing in one. It’s not worth taking the chance that viewers may not be able to locate you. The same applies to your for sale sign. On occasion viewers don’t take a full address out with them to viewings so make sure your board is visible in case they don’t know which house on the street you are!

* It doesn’t matter if you have a small forecourt garden or a substantial family garden, keep up with cutting the grass, trimming the hedges and sweeping up the leaves. It really adds to the overall impression you create.

* If you have any rubbish in your gardens, garage or shed then clear this out. Most buyers will want to look in your garage and shed anyway so why not have a clear out now before the viewings start. You want them to see the maximum storage potential. A splash of colour added to any garden and whether it’s a few hanging baskets, free standing pots that you can utilise in your next house or even a bit of evergreen it will always look the part. Garden paving stones, paths and driveway should be weeded and swept.

* Take a good look around the house and see what you spot! If you spot anything out of place you can bet your viewers will certainly pick up on it so be honest about your findings. Take care to see what lives on top of cupboards etc and de-clutter if necessary.

* There are usual places that we can be tempted to clutter and some of the usual suspects are dining tables, shelves, bedside cabinets, kitchen work surfaces and on top of kitchen cupboards. Take care to clear these areas and keep them looking as you would want viewers to find them.

* Storage Solutions. Make the most of your storage space utilising cupboards, overhead storage and loft spaces. Plastic storage boxes that can be labelled are very useful and inexpensive solutions to tidy up your belongings and they can be even more useful for moving day and as they come in all shapes and sizes and can be neatly stacked into cupboards out of sight.

* The Easter holidays could be a great time to get organised!

For further advice contact our team on 0161 925 3255