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Opening of a magnificent show house of townhouses in Stonebridge Beck

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A new show home in the stunning Stonebridge Beck residential development near Stonebridge Lane in Farnley officially opens to potential buyers on Saturday September 10 and Sunday September 11.

The final show home is a magnificent townhouse set in the beautifully converted Grade II listed former woolen mill, expertly designed by interior design specialist Pip Hobman.

Luxury: The mill townhouse shows the kitchen of Stonebridge Beck.

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Arranged over four floors, this unique property comprises a large kitchen/dining room on the ground floor and an exceptionally spacious living room occupying the entire first floor. The upper floors offer three bedrooms, two of which are en suite. The home’s sleek bathroom is complemented by a downstairs cloakroom.

The property simply exudes character and takes full advantage of many original features such as high ceilings, deep window sills and thick walls.

Tim Reeve, speaking on behalf of co-developers Rushbond Plc and Advent Developments, said: “The energy efficient townhouses are truly the crown jewel of this incredible development.

“They retain the imposing exterior and other features synonymous with these magnificent old buildings, but with an interior layout and superb specification, designed for modern living. There’s not even anything like it in Farnley or the surrounding area.

The living room of the mill townhouse at Stonebridge Beck.

Giselle Ledgard, New Homes Advisor, added: “Our latest show home really has the ‘wow factor’ and we can’t wait to show it to people. The amount of living space has to be seen to be believed and thanks to Pip’s expert styling and subtle tones it will truly showcase the enviable standard of living offered in this timeless conversion.

“When you add the accessibility to the ring road and Leeds city centre, along with good schools and local amenities nearby, it’s easy to see why more and more people want to make Stonebridge Beck their home. “

The old mill is being converted into 19 townhouses offering two, three and four bedroom accommodation, with parking and a garden for residents. The overall program also includes former workers’ cottages, converted workshops and a choice of new homes in contemporary and heritage styles.

The mill townhouse show house is one of three show houses on the site that can be visited without an appointment. For more information call 07837 116 469 or visit www.stonebridgebeck.com.


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