The new North Derbyshire residential development from Ben Bailey Homes has already sold eight properties before the show home is even open.
HighFields, the much-anticipated site at Mansfield Road in the village of Clowne, is the first development for Ben Bailey since the brand was relaunched by parent company Conroy Brook earlier this year.
The development’s show home will open on November 24 but eight homes have already been sold with the help of Village Estates in Clowne and the first families will be moving into their new properties as soon as January 2019.
This first project under the Ben Bailey banner is a development of 41 family houses in the Derbyshire community of Clowne, being built with the support of the Homes England Building Fund, the national scheme that has created a £3 billion fund to increase the number of homes built in England.
Prices at the site range from £154,950 for a two bedroom semi to £319,950 for a four bedroom detached property with separate garage.
The project has been approved by both Bolsover Council and Derbyshire County Council.
Work began in the summer of 2018 and the whole project is scheduled for completion by 2020.
With a choice of two, three and four bedroom homes in a well planned variety of styles and layouts, HighFields is a perfect example of the craftsmanship and quality for which this long standing, family owned business is renowned.
Each new home will feature, as standard, a fantastic range of fixtures and fittings, seldom included in comparable new developments.
‘’The whole Bailey family is delighted to see Ben Bailey Homes return under the ownership of Conroy Brook, a private family-owned company which has a customer focused culture and a track record of building top quality homes in Yorkshire’,” said Sales and Marketing Director Jon Bailey.
“Seeing this site develop has been an exciting time for all of us and we are delighted to be able to invite the public to take a look at our show home, giving them a detailed impression of the high standards we will be bringing to North Derbyshire.”