Couple thrilled with new apartment move in Pudsey

Couple thrilled with new apartment move in Pudsey
Couple thrilled with new apartment move in Pudsey

The latest buyers to move into a new residential development in Pudsey say they are ‘thrilled’ with their decision.
Jack and Val Ellis sold their house of twelve years on Ash Road in the popular market town in favour of a stunning two bedroom ground floor apartment at New Street Mills on Glebe Street, and have not looked back.
Jack says: ’The house was getting too much for us and it was our daughter who said we should take a look at New Street Mills and when we did you could say it was love at first sight. Everything about it, from the stunning specification to its location, suits our lifestyle perfectly.’
The former textile mill has been sympathetically converted by V1sion Properties Ltd into 12, two bedroom apartments arranged over three floors which are being marketed exclusively by Manning Stainton. Most of the apartments also include an en-suite to the master bedroom and some of the apartments retain the original beams.
The specification includes contemporary kitchens and bathrooms and a range of integrated appliances. Flooring comprises high quality oak finish laminate to the living areas and kitchens, carpets to the bedrooms and tiling to the bathrooms and ensuites. Meanwhile there is also ample resident parking.
It is not just the quality of the apartment that has impressed Jack and Val, but also the location.
Val explains: ‘We love this area of Pudsey and as keen bowlers it was important that we were near to the Bowling Club in Pudsey Park where we have lots of friends and spend many happy hours.
‘We are also close enough to the town centre to make shopping nice and easy and the bus links and proximity to the train station is a further advantage of living here.’
Joanne Williams, branch co-ordinator at the Pudsey branch of selling agent Manning Stainton, says: ‘I am so pleased that Jack and Val are already enjoying life in their new apartment.
‘We have had lots of interest from a wide range of buyers including retirees, downsizers, first time buyers and young professionals. There is no question that New Street Mills is a much needed addition to the local property landscape where apartments of this quality, at such an attractive price, are in very short supply.’
Prices at New Street Mills start at £136,995 and a show apartment is available to view by appointment with the agent. More information is also available from Manning Stainton on 0113 2565434.
New Street Mills Sat Nav reference, LS28 8PG.

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