New homes in rural locations continue to be in high demand with housebuilders and local councils working together to facilitate this.
To this end, leading housebuilder Miller Homes has announced the opening of its latest development, Holme View.
Situated in the rural community of Scholes on the fringes of the Peak District, just 39 three, four and five bedroom homes will be constructed.
“Our latest development in the Yorkshire region will provide the perfect opportunity for buyers to enjoy the pleasures associated with owning a brand new home in a picturesque location,” said Michael Goodwin sales manager Miller Homes Yorkshire.
“Ideally placed for residents to enjoy a more rural lifestyle, whilst still being able to access the larger towns and cities across the region with ease, interest has already been very positive.”
The development which is on the fringes of the village is just one mile from the town of Holmfirth which was placed on the map when the long running TV comedy, Last of the Summer Wine, was filmed there.
“We will be providing a range of three, four and five bedroom homes which will suit a variety of buyers from those looking for a first home to those moving up the property ladder,” said Michael.
“We look forward to opening the development for reservations in late spring.”
This small development will provide a delightful location for its residents and, with open spaces and well planned streets, homeowners will enjoy privacy and space whilst becoming part of a new community.
The five bedroom ‘Thames’ show home will open later in the summer.
Interested parties can register their details at https://www.millerhomes.co.uk/new-homes/yorkshire/holme-view-scholes.aspx
Over the last 80 years, Miller Homes has established a reputation for building outstanding quality family homes and providing forward thinking customer service.
The company is committed to building homes safely in a way which is considerate to the environment.
Miller Homes operates across three divisions – Midlands & Southern, North of England and Scotland, and offers a variety of incentives, including government-backed schemes and its own schemes, to assist homebuyers in purchasing a new home.