Yorkshire property news: Bellway opens Red Hall Gardens, Wakefield

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The Yorkshire division of national homebuilder, Bellway has released the first phase of homes on its brand new site in the heart of the world famous Rhubarb Triangle.

Red Hall Gardens in Wakefield has been designed to have the widest possible appeal – its impressive selection of home sizes, styles and types ensuring everyone from first time buyers through to growing families will be able to put down roots in some of Yorkshire’s most fertile ground around.

The first homes released by Bellway reflect this aim, with prices ranging from a very affordable £129,995 for a two-bedroom apartment through to £359,995 for a stunning four-bedroom detached home.

The scheme is therefore suitable to a range of buyers, from those looking to move into their first home to those who are wanting to move up or down the property ladder.

In total, Bellway will be building 119 homes in Wakefield.

Amongst them will be three different styles of two bedroom apartment, plus a range of different 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.

Melanie Smith, Bellway Yorkshire’s sales manager, said the scheme had broad ranging appeal.

She said: “There really will be something for everyone at Red Hall Gardens. Our intention was to create a development with across the board appeal and I firmly believe we’ve achieved exactly that – something I’m sure housebuyers from Wakefield and beyond will quickly come to appreciate and act upon.”

Red Hall Gardens is the first part of a major residential development that will soon transform the area around Paragon Park.

The masterplan for the area allows for around 1,000 new homes, retail and leisure units and a new supermarket – all of which is in addition to the area’s existing amenities, which feature a Bannatyne Health Club, restaurants and a public house, along with local supermarkets, dentists, doctors and good selection of primary and secondary schools nearby.

“The plans for Paragon Park and the areas surrounding it have generated a huge amount of interest,” continued Melanie. “And the more we talk to people the more obvious it becomes how excited so many are at the prospect of getting in on the ground floor of a project that will completely transform this area of Wakefield.”

“Our 119 homes may only represent a small part of this scheme, but one thing is absolutely certain – because they are being built, sold and occupied first, they will form the heart of a thriving and vibrant new community.”

For more information about the development on Red Hall Gardens visit www.bellway.co.uk, call 07764 617859 or visit the new sales office, which is open from Thursday to Monday from 10am to 5pm.

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