Homes selling quickly at Farriers Croft

Homes selling quickly at Farriers Croft
Homes selling quickly at Farriers Croft

More than 50% of properties at luxury developer Harron Homes’ popular Farriers Croft development in Lindley have now been sold.

The developer is encouraging prospective buyers to register their interest before time runs out, with a number of sophisticated four bedroom designs still on the market.

Each home style at Farriers Croft has been carefully crafted to combine style with substance, offering high-specification modern fittings and practical, considered layouts.

Among the properties available at present is the eye-catchingly opulent four bedroom Warkworth style home.

An impressive entrance hall is bounded by an integral double garage on one side and an expansive family lounge on the other.

A bay window in the lounge allows natural light to flood in, whilst the open-plan kitchen/diner boasts French doors leading into a generously proportioned rear garden.

An additional family room is also located on the ground floor with a view over the rear garden, offering a perfect play space for younger members of the family.

The first floor comprises four sizeable double bedrooms, two of which boast an en-suite shower room, and a separate family bathroom.

This delightful family home is available from £419,995 at Farriers Croft. Purchasers using the Government-backed Help to Buy Equity Loan scheme could purchase the Warkworth with a £21,000 deposit.

Katie Charlesworth, Sales Director at Harron Homes Yorkshire, said: “This development has proven to be extremely popular and this is in no small part owing to its outstanding location.

“The rolling countryside of the Pennines is within easy reach, as are all of the facilities that a large town like Huddersfield has to offer.

“Junction 24 of the M62 is only two miles away, which makes Farriers Croft perfectly placed for those commuting to Leeds or Manchester.

“We’d encourage anyone considering a move to Farriers Croft to visit our on-site marketing suite, talk through their options with our experienced sales advisers and make their move as quickly as they can. These homes won’t remain on the market for long.”

Farriers Croft is a collection of elegant two, three, four and five bedroom homes. Prices for the four bedroom homes which remain on the market start at £349,995.

The village of Lindley offers a wide variety of local amenities, including reputable schools, a hospital and GP surgeries, shops, restaurants and bars. The nearby market town of Huddersfield provides everything from a cinema and art galleries to golf and Premier League football, whilst the refreshing scenery of the Peak District National Park is under 10 miles away.

An on-site marketing suite is open at Farriers Croft seven days per week, from 10.30am to 5.30pm.

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