More Homes Released As Buyers Rush To Live In Beautiful Beverley

More Homes Released As Buyers Rush To Live In Beautiful Beverley
More Homes Released As Buyers Rush To Live In Beautiful

Award-winning housebuilder Beal Homes has released more properties in response to a tremendous demand for new homes at a development in one of Britain’s best places to live.

The next phase of 12 homes at the exclusive St. John’s Fold development in has been released after buyers snapped up half of the properties off the plan.

With just two properties remaining available from the first release, 28 of the 55 homes which form the development have already been sold, with the first residents due to move in by early next year.

It comes as the beautiful market town of has been named once again by the Sunday Times in the top 10 best places to live in the North of England.

’s latest accolade came after the St. John’s Fold development was launched earlier this year, with the Sunday Times highlighting the town’s beautiful Westwood pasture, racecourse, restaurants, pubs, cultural offering and good schools.

St. John’s Fold has a selection of three and four bedroom homes in 12 different house styles in a coveted location off Mile, close to centre.

The latest release features homes in the heart of the development and includes a mix of three-bedroom semi and detached properties and four-bedroom detached homes.

The newly-released homes include some of Beal’s most popular house types, the Pickering, Butterwick, Levisham II and Langdale, with prices from £265,995 to £342,995.

The three-bedroom semi-detached Pickering featuring a contemporary kitchen/dining room with French doors leading to the garden, ground floor cloakroom and master bedroom with en-suite facilities.

The Langdale is a luxury four-bedroom detached home featuring a lounge with bay window; a contemporary kitchen/ dining room with French doors leading to garden; separate utility room; ground floor cloakroom; master bedroom with en-suite shower room; family bathroom; and garage.

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