Waterside homes within new Yorkshire development

By The Newsroom
Tuesday, 7th August 2018, 9:45 am
Updated Tuesday, 7th August 2018, 11:00 am

A home with a view is high on the list of desirables for buyers and one West Yorkshire development is making the most of its canal side location.

Brompton Fold, a development by housebuilder Miller Homes, is in the Pennine village of Apperley Bridge. All its homes are in a rural location, but a handful of four bedroom homes also command lovely views over the Leeds/Liverpool Canal.

“These homes have been designed to make the most of the canal views from the rear of the property including a rear facing family room with French doors to a Juliet balcony,” said Michael Goodwin sales manager Miller Homes Yorkshire.

“The split level design of the home is incredibly striking and gives buyers flexibility to make their brand new home work for them in their own individual way.”

The four bedroom ‘Burnmouth’ is priced from £369,995 and offers kitchen and utility to the lower floor, living room, family room to the first floor and four bedrooms, bathroom and ensuite facilities to the second floor. Meanwhile, the three bedroom ‘Alnmouth’ is priced from £329,995.

“Both properties are well designed to make the most of the situation and the views and combine traditional kerb appeal with well-considered internal design,” said Michael.

“With only a handful of these plots available we urge buyers to call and see our knowledgeable sales advisers who will be able to assist them in choosing the right home and guide them through their house buying journey with Miller Homes.”

Brompton Fold is situated in Apperley Bridge, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD10 0AX.

Properties currently available include a selection of three, four and five bedroom homes currently priced from £261,995.

The sales centre is open daily from 10.30am to 5.30pm. Further information can be found by calling 03301 349244 or visiting https://www.millerhomes.co.uk/new-homes/yorkshire/brompton-fold.aspx

Miller Homes has a number of developments currently across Yorkshire, including in Sheffield, Barnsley and Wakefield.