New homes in sought after Yorkshire village

New homes in sought after Yorkshire village
New homes in sought after Yorkshire village

New homes in a picturesque Yorkshire village blend modern convenience with rural charm.

Holme View, a development by Miller Homes, will bring 39 three, four and five bedroom homes to the village of Scholes, in Summer Wine country..

“We are delighted to have now opened our doors on this development after launching our online reservations a couple of weeks ago,” said Michael Goodwin, sales manager, Miller Homes Yorkshire.

“We have a good selection of house types ready to reserve for completion in the early part of this year.

“Our latest development in the Yorkshire region will provide the perfect opportunity for buyers to enjoy the benefits associated with owning a brand new home such as lower running costs, low maintenance and well designed interior space.

“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, we expect these homes to sell fast.”

Holme View is just one mile from Holmfirth, the village where long running TV series ‘Last of the Summer Wine’ was filmed.

The development is located on Cross Lane, Holmfirth, HD9 1SA and is open Thursday – Monday from 10.30am to 5.30pm.

Four bedroom homes are currently priced from £349,995 while five bedroom properties are available from £379,995.

Visit  https://www.millerhomes.co.uk/new-homes/yorkshire/holme-view-scholes.aspx

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