Special Gardens Plots From Housebuilder In Yorkshire

Posted 23 March 2021 by Keith Osborne

There are some plots at Barratt Homes developments across Yorkshire which come with very appealing, sun-soaked gardens...

Barratt Homes, WhatHouse? Housebuilder of the Year in 2019 and the recent recipient of a five-star rating for customer satisfaction from the Home Builders Federation, is currently offering home with sought-after garden plots at some of its developments in Yorkshire.

Private outside space has become a priority for buyers over lockdown, providing a chance to enjoy the outdoors with the family and housemates when it’s not been possible in public parks, so a great garden is a major selling point for new homes these days.

Momentum is in Waverley, near Rotherham, a collection of two-, three- and four-bedroom homes in a lakeside setting, just a 15-minute drive from Sheffield. There are two examples of the three-storey ‘Kingsville’ house type with a great location on the site. Plot 146 has a south-facing garden at is priced at £273,995, while Plot 147 has a south-west-facing garden and is for sale from £267,995 . The ‘Kingsville’ comes with open-plan kitchen/dining/family room, lounge, en suite bedroom one, three further bedrooms (including one on the ground floor that could make a great study), a family bathroom and two parking spaces. Find out more about Momentum.

At St Andrew’s Place in Morley, there are two notable homes with south-west-facing gardens. Plot 98, at £342,995, is the detached ‘Ripon’ house type with an integral garage, four double bedrooms, separate lounge and a utility room of the kitchen/dining room. On Plot 102, the ‘Chester’ at £324,995, has two double and two single bedrooms and comes with a detached garage. Find out more about St Andrew’s Place.

In Meltham, Helme Ridge has three- and four-bedroom homes starting at £264,995. Plot 142, the ‘Moresby’, is a three-bedroom house priced at £267,995 which has a south-facing garden. This semi-detached house type has a lounge at the front, kitchen/dining room with French doors at the rear, two double bedrooms (one with en suite), single bedroom, bathroom and two parking spaces. There’s a south-west-facing garden with the ‘Kennford’ on Plot 147, at £314,995. This detached home comes with four double bedrooms, with an en suite to bedroom one, a kitchen/dining room, utility room, lounge and integral garage. Find out more about Helme Ridge.

For a south-facing garden at Salter’s Brook in Cudworth, Plot 45 is the four-bedroom ‘Alderney’ at £287,995. It’s a four-bedroom detached home with en suite to bedroom one, two more double bedrooms and a single room/study, French doors to both the lounge and kitchen/family room, and is has a separate dining room. Plot 199 is an example of the ‘Maidstone’, which has two double bedrooms, a single bedroom, a lounge and a kitchen/dining room. This is a great opportunity for ‘early bird’ buyers as it not yet released onto the market, so it could be a good time to register an interest and be one of the first to know about it when it comes up for sale. Find out more about Salter’s Brook.

St Oswald’s View in Methley is currently selling two- and four-bedroom houses priced from £222,995. Plot 182 is the detached ‘Cambridge’ house type with a large west-facing garden. Coming with a detached garage and private driveway, this double-fronted house type has a generous kitchen/family/breakfast room with glazed conservatory to the garden, a dining room which could be separate or part of the open plan layout, and a lounge with feature bay window. Upstairs, the sizeable double bedroom has an en suite shower room, and the other three bedrooms are all doubles and share the family bathroom. This home is priced £426,995. Find out more about St Oswald’s View.

 

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