Leeds Property News: Growing property in Yorkshire Rhubarb Triangle

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The Yorkshire division of national homebuilder, Bellway is on its way to Wakefield and is set to open a brand new site in the heart of the world famous Rhubarb Triangle.

Red Hall Gardens forms part of a development that will transform the area around Paragon Park and will give buyers the chance to put down roots down in some of Yorkshire’s most celebrated ground.

Melanie Smith, Bellway Yorkshire’s sales manager, said: “We’re extremely excited to be the first developers on site and are looking forward to opening the sales office and getting started in earnest in October.”

Bellway will be creating 119 new homes, which will comprise two bedroom apartments, and three and four bedroom semi-detached and detached homes – all of which will reflect the company’s vision for modern day living in terms of flexible living areas, spacious bedrooms and contemporary kitchens.

Amongst the homes on available on the development are some of the Bellway’s most popular house types, including four-bedroom Grassingtons, Ilkleys and Addinghams; three bedroom Saltaires and Elders; and Maltons and Wansfords, both of which are two bedroom apartments.

And if the promise of stylish, modern homes isn’t enough to get potential buyers flooding to Red Hall Gardens, then the list of local amenities surely will.

The first phase of homes at Red Hall Gardens will be released when the sales office officially opens in October

To register for details and ensure you’re amongst the very first to hear when prices are announced call 0800 7310014 or visit www.bellway.co.uk.

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