1 November 2022

A new £5m-plus collection of family homes on the outskirts of Bradford has been launched to market – with a budget-saving heating system among its stand-out features.

Local Yorkshire housebuilders Throstle Nest Developments are breathing new life into the site of a former farm and riding school at Fagley Hill, Eccleshill, with the creation of 21 three-bedroom homes.

We are delighted that our Land and New Homes team, who have branches in Pudsey, Horsforth, Bingley, Ilkley and Skipton, have been appointed to bring the detached and semi-detached homes to market. They are for sale with asking prices between £232,500 and £267,500.

David Waddington, Director of Land and New Homes, said: “We are thrilled to launch this eye-catching, hi-spec development in this ever- popular residential area.

“These well-appointed family homes sit within a newly-developed cul-de-sac community, close to amenities in the heart of Eccleshill. They boast added bonus of backing onto the public space of Fagley Beck with valley views towards Calverley.

“Housebuyers can also take advantage of another major benefit that Throstle Nest offers – all the properties have cost-efficient air source heat pumps.

“As heating bills increase, and the cost of living pressures gather pace, the savings that this generates is having real appeal to those looking to make every penny of their budget go as far as possible.

“Combined with its stand-out specifications, this is a big selling point that sets Throstle Nest apart from other nearby developments. Equipped with electric vehicle charging points as well, these properties are future-proofed with modern living in mind.”

He added: “Whether you are a growing family, or are looking for a change of lifestyle in a convenient location between Leeds and Bradford, Throstle Nest has no shortage of kerbside appeal.”

Throstle Nest Developments is the latest venture launched by Andrew Mason, whose long track record in housebuilding includes the flagship Victoria Mills conversion in Shipley and the creation of Byron Halls in Bradford.

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