Adding a touch of colour and glamour to the show home launch in South Milford was Linden homes’ special guest – celebrity interior designer Linda Barker.
A retired business woman from Whitby has returned to her home town after spending nine years in the Canaries by buying a luxury apartment at Kebbell Homes’ Caedmon’s Prospect development on Chubb Hill.
The festive season is almost upon us and families who act now could be celebrating in a brand new home.
The festive season is almost upon us and families who act now could be celebrating in a brand new home near Selby.
Anyone looking to take their first step on the housing ladder on Teesside may now only need a five per cent cash deposit, thanks to a new scheme which enables them to borrow up to 15 per cent of the cost of the property up front.
Few people have got the time to spend bringing an older property up to the same standards as a brand new home – that’s why in a new Redrow home everything has been done for you.
Homebuyers looking for a ‘forever’ home in Middlesbrough need to hurry if they want to secure one of the last seven properties at Roseberry Court.
People looking for a brand new home near Malton could find that moving is easier than they expected thanks to Redrow.
Linden Homes is continuing to expand across the region – with the announcement of 38 new homes planned for South Milford.
Families searching for a stylish home in a stunning village location will love Taylor Wimpey’s new Stainton Mews development.
A young family from the East Midlands who found their perfect seaside holiday home at Caedmon’s Prospect in Whitby have some familiar neighbours after their parents were so impressed by the development too that they purchased the apartment next door.
When Neil and Linda Mitchell finally found their dream Taylor Wimpey property they faced a major problem – they still had their current home to sell.
First time buyers don’t need to scrimp and save to step on the property ladder in Selby, where around £2,000 could be enough to secure a brand new apartment.
A planning application submitted for 85 new homes off York Road, in Easingwold, could bring a £1.8 million windfall for a neighbouring North Yorkshire school and local residents.
Limited availability means homebuyers must hurry if they want to purchase a brand new home in the Norton area of the popular North Yorkshire market town of Malton.
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