Leeds property news: World-beating development moves into the next phase

Ben Bailey's award-winning Chevin Park development near Leeds.

Ben Bailey's award-winning Chevin Park development near Leeds.

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Housebuilder Ben Bailey Homes has launched the next phase of conversion properties at its multi award-winning Chevin Park development in Menston, near Leeds.

Deepdale is a beautiful Grade II listed building and comprises a mix of luxurious one and two-bedroom apartments. What’s more, the government-backed Help to Buy scheme is now available on selected Deepdale plots, with prices starting from just £164,760 using the scheme.

This beautiful Yorkshire stone building has been expertly restored by master craftsmen, using the highest quality materials. Each home combines original features with exceptional contemporary design to create a collection of beautiful homes with plenty of light, large sash windows and Yorkshire stone walls which keep the properties cool in summer and warm throughout the winter months.

Ben Bailey Homes’ sales and marketing director, Steve Rider, said: “These apartments combine everything that is desirable in both old and new homes – high ceilings and beautiful period features with modern fittings and contemporary design. Anyone who is searching for a unique apartment in Menston should speak to our sales advisors at Chevin Park to learn more about the fantastic homes available at Deepdale and how Help to Buy can work for them.”

One of the outstanding new homes available in Deepdale is a spacious two-bedroom apartment on plot 223, available for just £199,960 with a deposit of £12,500.

This first floor property features a spacious designer fitted kitchen with a large living and dining area boasting original windows which flood the space with natural light.

There are also two well-proportioned double bedrooms, one with a convenient en-suite shower room which, like the master bathroom, benefits from full-height feature wall tiling by Porcelanosa.

Chevin Park is a unique development, comprising a collection of expertly-restored buildings which date back to 1888. Ben Bailey Homes set out to create exceptional modern properties while preserving the character and history of the site, and put Chevin Park back at the heart of the community in Menston.

Today, Chevin Park’s magnificent Yorkshire stone buildings have been restored to their former Victorian glory by skilled artisans using the highest quality materials to create a range of outstanding one to four-bedroom homes including apartments, townhouses and bungalows.

The development recently won the prestigious title of ‘World’s Best Residential Renovation/Redevelopment’ at the International Property Awards 2013, beating off competition from schemes in the Middle east, Africa and Asia Pacific.

For further information about Deepdale or Chevin Park call 01943 876331 or visit www.ben-baileyhomes.com. The sales centre and show homes are open daily, 11am-5pm.

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