As we prepare to launch our latest homes in Skipton, we’ve been reflecting on projects we’ve worked on over the past couple of years.
We thought we’d share a few favourite developments that showcase our talent for creating ‘New Homes, Re-imagined’ of the highest quality that blend seamlessly with their surroundings and enhance their locales, just as our homes at St. Stephen’s Place will.
Kearns Village, Rossendale, Lancashire
Winner of the LABC North West Award for Best Small New Development, the 22 detached luxury homes that comprise our Kearns Village development were built on the site of a former mill in Rossendale, Lancashire. This site has provided much inspiration for subsequent developments, particularly The Sycamores in Coniston Cold, thanks to its similar compact size and stunning rural location, and we’ve returned to some of its most popular design details, including the bespoke aluminium windows.
Victoria Fold, Sabden, Lancashire
Like Kearns Village, Victoria Fold is located on the site of a former mill in Lancashire, this time in the village of Sabden. 30 natural stone and slate homes sit on the banks of picturesque Sabden Brook, surrounded by rolling countryside. Due to be completed later in 2020, it’ was a finalist of the LABC North West Award for Best Small New Development. Just two homes are still available at Victoria Fold – find out more here.
Due for completion: 2020
The Green, Glusburn, North Yorkshire
The 39 homes we created in Glusburn make the most of their Airedale Valley location; cascading down the hillside in a way that maximises the size of the plots and the views they enjoy. As with many of our sites, the works we carried out enhance the area, in this case by improving access and providing much-needed parking and a public green space and play area for existing residents.
Elsey Croft, Skipton, North Yorkshire
A larger site for us, and one that’s also located in our company’s hometown. Elsey Croft comprises more than 100 homes in our trademark natural stone, designed with an abundance of windows to maximise natural light and framed with traditional dry stone walls to help the development sit harmoniously within the natural landscape.