Leeds property news: school pupil cuts ribbon on new Bellway scheme

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TWELVE-year old Queensbury School pupil, Nizalia Latif, has unveiled the first show home at Bellway’s new sought-after Brighouse Road development, Queenshead Park, after unanimously winning the homebuilder’s ‘name game.’

Nizalia won the school project – which asked pupils to submit names for the new 124 home development – last year, and as part of her prize, she joined Bellway in cutting the ribbon at the view home.

Nizalia said: “I have already had a tour around it - it looks amazing and I think people will be really impressed with what Bellway have done.”

The new four bedroom Settle view home, which opens this weekend, is a simple yet stylish, value for money property, with enough space for any brood.

Available from just £274,995, the homes downstairs boasts an open-plan kitchen dining room with double sliding doors to the rear garden. Also included is a generously sized lounge and separate study area, both of which add to the property’s attractive and spacious layout, sitting alongside a convenient utility room and cloakroom.

Upstairs, the Settle features a master bedroom accompanied by an en-suite, which sits alongside two double bedrooms and a further single bedroom. There is also a modern family bathroom and additional storage space. Outside, the home benefits from landscaped gardens, a detached garage and a private driveway.

Bellway sales advisor, Christine, said: “Families are very much the focus here at Queenshead Park, and the Settle is no exception to that. Its rooms are spacious and the large garden is great for children. It is also in a perfect location for families, being within easy reach of Halifax and Bradford, and the local facilities in Queensbury itself, which includes primary and secondary schools, supermarkets and swimming pools all within one mile of the development.”

In addition to the Settle, Bellway has a wide selection of three and four bedroom homes available, but the national homebuilder has advised that prospective buyers should visit as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

“You expect a lot of interest in a new site, but it has been incredible here and that’s down to the local community who are continuously at the heart of everything we do.

“This development has everything going for it and I firmly believe it has the kind of mix that will appeal to a wide range of buyers. The homes are selling fast, and coming in person is always the best bet as it gives people a real taste for the development, the chance to find the property that best suits their need and discuss various options we have available for making their move easier and often cheaper.”

Each home at Queenshead Park is available on the Government’s Help to Buy Scheme,

For further information on Queenshead Park visit: http://www.bellway.co.uk or call their sales office on: 01274 816961.

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