Reflecting its important industrial heritage, Victoria Fold is a collection of stunning family homes in the sought-after village of Sabden, Lancashire.
Skipton Properties is delighted to have conserved a number of heritage assets within this 30-home, natural stone development on the site of the former Victoria Mill, a major textiles’ producer from the mid-19th century.
Comprising three to five-bedroom family homes and terraced cottages, Victoria Fold is being developed with careful consideration to the significance and heritage values of the site for both current and future generations. The result is a high quality, contemporary development, which both enhances the Sabden Conservation Area and provides much-needed local accommodation.
The prevalent use of local stone as a facing material, predominantly slate roofs of shallow pitch and the inclusion of the original chimneys, reformed as two ecological towers, ensures these modern, energy-efficient homes sustain the village’s industrial narrative.
Victoria Fold sits comfortably within the neighbourhood setting – celebrating Sabden’s long and noteworthy contribution to textiles’ manufacturing and was a 2020 LABC Award Finalist for ‘Best Small New Housing Development’.
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