Executive homes now available at Yiewsley Manor

Following the purchase of the former Mowden Park Rugby Club last year, house builder, Bellway has launched Yiewsley Manor, an executive development of 67 four and five bedroom homes set on the western fringes of Darlington.

The development was successfully launched in late May and features an attractive ‘Portland’ show home which illustrates the spacious living accommodation on offer at Yiewsley Manor. Prices for the homes are currently available from £254,995 for the ‘Belsay’ 4 bedroom detached home right through to the 4 bedroom Langdale at £367,995.

The Portland show home is a stunning 4 bedroom family home providing just under 2,000 sq ft of living accommodation and features a light and airy 23ft long living room as well as a separate family / dining room, a superb kitchen diner and useful downstairs study completes the ground floor layout. Upstairs there are four generous bedrooms with the master bedroom having the benefit of a dressing room and full ensuite including a bath and separate shower cubicle. The Portland is an imposing double fronted Georgian style property and the show home has been sympathetically decorated to provide an example of modern living.

Rob Armstrong, Bellway’s Sales Director, commented: “We expect considerable interest in Yiewsley Manor, it is an extremely attractive site and we have already built up a considerable database of interest, the development will feature a range of homes from our executive catalogue. Buyers will also be able to select from a range of kitchen finishes and specify preferred interior lighting, flooring and wardrobe options from our range of Bespoke additions.”

Bellway will offer buyers a selection of buying options to help them move including the company’s Express Mover Service, where Bellway will appoint an estate agent to focus upon the sale of your old home at no extra cost and saving you estate agency and marketing fees. Alternatively, you can discuss part exchange options with Bellway as well as taking advantage of the Help to Buy scheme that was announced by George Osborne in the last budget. With Help to Buy a purchaser can take advantage of a 5-year interest free equity loan and therefore reduce mortgage costs during those first five years.