Ben Bailey Homes set to launch Warmsworth show home
Award-winning Yorkshire property developer Ben Bailey Homes will launch the show home for its new development in Warmsworth, near Doncaster, on July 16.
The 1.5 acre site of the former Warmsworth Reservoir was acquired from Keyland Developments Ltd, the property trading arm of Kelda Group and sister-company to Yorkshire Water.
Conroy Brook sister company Ben Bailey Homes is building The Halt, a selection of 19 three and four bedroom family homes ranging in price from £225,000 to £350,000.
Some of the homes are available through the ‘Help to Buy’ first time buyers initiative.
And there have already been six properties reserved off plan before the show home has its July opening.
“We are delighted that interest in this new Ben Bailey site has proved so popular,” said sales director Jon Bailey.
“Enquires have been high in advance of the show home launch and we expect interest can only grow once people see the standard of property we are providing.
“This is an area ripe for growth and The Halt really does bring great family homes to an increasingly popular part of South Yorkshire.”
The Halt, which overlooks Warmsworth’s allotments, is less than three miles from Doncaster town centre.
The development follows on from the success of award-nominated HighFields in the Derbyshire village of Clowne, which was the first development for Ben Bailey since the brand was relaunched by Conroy Brook.
Find out more about The Halt here.