Homes Being Snapped Up At North Yorkshire Development

Posted 1 July 2020 by Keith Osborne

Lockdown easing leads to only six of the 64 houses in Phase 3 of Cornelian Fields development still available for sale...

Award-winning Kebbell reports that it has seen homes at Cornelian Fields in Middle Deepdale selling quickly in an “increasingly energised” property market in North Yorkshire.

The company sees the region’s chronic housing shortage as leading to demand for new homes which are sometimes being snapped up faster than they can be built.

In the first week after lockdown restrictions were eased in the property sector, Kebbell recorded the sale of four new homes, so that now only six of the 64 houses in the third phase of development are still available for sale.

Sales and marketing director Andrea Fawell says: “Most of the phase three remaining homes are three- or four-bedroom houses which are ready to move into now. We are excited to then be moving forwards with phase four with more homes due to be released to meet the strong demand. There are a number of schemes available aimed at helping people who are looking to buy new homes from part exchange to the government backed Help to Buy Equity Loan which may also be increasingly important in 2020.”

Cornelian Fields is a collection of new two-, three- and four-bedroom houses located three miles south of the seaside town of Scarborough. The properties range between 805 sq ft to 1,400 sq ft and are priced between £229,950 to £320,000. Viewings are available by appointment only and Kebbell has put safety measures in place to make show homes COVID-19 secure, and complying with and exceeding all government guidelines.

Find out more about Cornelian Fields from Kebbell.

 

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