Leeds property news: Centurion Fields coming soon from Bellway

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The Yorkshire division of national homebuilder, Bellway has extended its empire by unveiling a new development in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Centurion Fields will be built on Welton Low Road in Elloughton and when complete will comprise 151 three and four bedroom homes.

Named after the picturesque village’s historic roots, which can be traced back to 70AD, Bellway is due to commence building work on Centurion Fields imminently, with the sales launch due in July / August.

Melanie Smith, Bellway Yorkshires sales manager, said: “We’re absolutely delighted to have secured this prominent site and can’t wait to get to work on it. The plans for Centurion Fields are fantastic and given the huge success we’ve enjoyed with our Princess Royal Park development in Hull, we are confident of enjoying more of the same here in Elloughton.”

Located just off the A63 on the outskirts of the village, Centurion Fields will feature a selection of three bedroom semi-detached and three and four bedroom detached homes, which will range in size from 861 to 1,604 sq ft. For those wishing to take a sneak peak of the kind of homes on offer, Bellway has revealed the homes being built will include the Addingham, Harrogate, Ilkley, Saltaire, Sandringham, Settle, Shipley and Swinton – all of which are being built in a similar style on its six other current developments in Yorkshire.

All of the homes on Centurion Fields will be traditional two-storey properties and every one will benefit from a high quality specification which covers everything from fixtures and fittings right through to the design of the homes. And if that wasn’t enough, the development features two sizeable public open spaces.

“Too often new housing developments focus on cramming as many homes in as possible and don’t even consider public areas and amenity space,” continued Melanie. “Our intention in Elloughton wasn’t to create just another housing development – we want Centurion Fields to become an extension to the local community and to do this we have planned a development that we feel compliments the village. And by aiming to attract first time buyers and young families, we hope its residents will quickly emerge themselves in Elloughton life.”

Elloughton itself benefits from an impressive array of amenities virtually on its doorstep. With Hull, the Yorkshire Wold, the River Humber and the market town of Beverley all near neighbours, a world of golf clubs, art galleries, museums, visitor attractions such as The Deep, High Street stories, chic boutiques, open air farmer’s markets and a racing course is within easy reach. There’s even a Michelin starred restaurant just half an hour’s drive away.

“The more I hear about Centurion Fields the more I want to sell my house and move there,” added Melanie. “It sounds the ideal spot – especially when you consider Hull is little over a year and a half away from being UK city of culture and all the excitement that will bring to the area.”

For those wishing to register an initial interest in Centurion Fields, Bellway is asking people to call 0800 7310014 or e-mail York-sales@bellway.co.uk.

For further information on Bellway and its various developments around Yorkshire visit www.bellway.co.uk

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