Local Housebuilder Launches New Show Homes Across The Hull Region

Local Housebuilder Launches New Show Homes Across The Hull Region
Local Housebuilder Launches New Show Homes Across The Hull Region

Local housebuilder, Barratt Developments, has recently launched a collection of stylish new show homes at its development, Harland Park in and its development, Harrier Chase in Brough – all show homes of which are now open.

Harland Park, located on Harland Way in and Harrier Chase, located on Bluebird Way in Brough has launched a total of four stunning show homes. Potential purchasers are invited to view the new three and four-bedroom detached properties to see what’s on offer at the sought-after developments.

Harland Park is welcoming local prospective buyers to view a divine duo of three and four-bedroom detached properties, the Abbeydale and Winstone. The Abbeydale’s traditional look conceals the modern, flexible home inside which is perfect for a first family home or the ideal home to downsize to.

A generous lounge leads to a bright, open-plan kitchen and dining area, with access to the rear garden via French doors. A separate utility room adds practicality and an integral garage provides extra security. Upstairs are three double bedrooms – the master with en suite and dressing area and a family bathroom with shower.

The Winstone is a spacious, detached family home, boasting a large entrance hall leading to the kitchen and breakfast room with family area. There is also a spacious dining room, study and lounge with French doors to the garden. Upstairs, the master bedroom has a dressing area and full en suite, with a further three double bedrooms. The Winstone is currently available to reserve from £435,995.

Harrier Chase is encouraging intrigued potential customers to view the four-bedroom detached Radleigh and Alderney show homes as soon as possible as a number of the properties have already sold off-plan.

The Radleigh is a fantastic family home boasting additional downstairs space allowing for a playroom or study. The home features a modern open-plan kitchen in addition to spacious dining and family areas. French doors leading to the garden allows homeowners to bring the outdoors in whilst the separate utility room is a handy extra for growing families. The Radleigh offers four double bedrooms, with an imaginative Lion King-themed children’s bedroom. The Radleigh is currently available to reserve at Harrier Chase from £323,995.

The Alderney is a versatile four-bedroom home, perfect for growing families. The home comprises of a spacious lounge with French doors to the rear garden, separate dining room, family room with French doors and a fitted kitchen with a breakfast area.

The first floor boasts four bedrooms, with an en suite in the master and a family bathroom. The Alderney show home features an aviation-themed children’s bedroom, as a nod to the nearby British Aerodrome, which manufactured the Harrier Jump Jet – hence the inspired development name, Harrier Chase.  The perimeter of the site was also home to a race track circuit between 1947 and 1957, where Sir Stirling Moss secured his first-ever race win.

The show homes at both Harland Park and Harrier Chase have also been designed to incorporate Gold Standard RSPB wildlife-friendly gardens to attract and nurture wildlife such as birds, bats, butterflies and bees in the Hull area.

Sarah Hanna, Sales Manager at Harland Park and Harrier Chase, commented;

“We’re delighted to open the doors to our new Abbeydale, Winstone, Radleigh and Alderney show homes at Harland Park and Harrier Chase. We’re encouraging first-time buyers and families alike to get in touch with our friendly sales advisors to visit one of our lovely show homes. Homes are already selling fast, and we encourage interested purchasers to visit the new show homes and find their perfect house before it’s too late!”

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  1. Dear HU17,


    Regarding this story, since when has Brough become part of the Hull region? I live in the village and our address is East Yorkshire, not Hull.

    Can you be more accurate in your reporting on stories outside Beverley,please? Otherwise, by your standards, we are all Hull and no villages exist. I don’t expect I will receive a reply to criticism.

    Best wishes,

    Tony Barker

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