Risby releases phase three of bespoke Beverley development

14th Jul

Consisting of a range of family homes, the newly released houses are perfect for families looking for room to grow and a neighbourhood with a real community spirit.
And if people reserve now, buyers have the opportunity to choose their own fixtures and fittings, helping to create the home of their dreams.
Houses available in the phase three release include a number of three-storey properties: the Cheviot and the Swaledale. These bespoke properties are contemporary, high specification four-bedroom homes, with plenty of space for family life.
Trina Henderson, sales manager at Risby Homes said: “With underfloor heating to the ground floor as standard, the Cheviot (left) has four good-sized bedrooms and two family-size bathrooms alongside a social breakfast kitchen, useful utility room and downstairs WC and garage, making it ideal for growing families.
“The Swaledale (right), meanwhile, boasts three bathrooms, as well as a downstairs WC, four generous-sized bedrooms and a dining kitchen that is great for entertaining. Underfloor heating to the ground floor also comes as standard.
“Homeowners can also choose from a range of bespoke kitchens, tiling and flooring options for their new home.
“The new stamp duty holiday also means that all of our homes at Shepherd’s Rest are now available without having to pay an additional tax. This is an amazing new rule that will save buyers thousands of pounds. But this tax holiday is only available for a few months, so I would urge anyone who may be interested to get in touch soon in order to take full advantage of the potential savings.”
Introducing a series of new measures to keep both staff and visitors safe, potential buyers have the chance to view the Shepherd’s Rest show home with Trina by appointment only.

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