Photography released by the developers of the Stonebridge Beck residential scheme in Farnley highlight the stunning redevelopment of the original mill buildings.
Both the former workers’ cottages and workshops have been painstakingly converted to provide wonderful new homes. They sit alongside the Grade II listed former mill building which is being converted into magnificent, spacious mill townhouses.
Giselle Ledgard, New Homes Advisor, said: “These historic buildings incorporate all the features and characteristics for which they are synonymous, but are specified to the very highest standards to suit modern living. You really do get the very best of both worlds.”
Only one cottage now remains which is arranged over three floors and includes four bedrooms. Meanwhile just two former workshops are available. Both the cottages and workshops are located adjacent to the former mill pond which is being retained, along with the original mill chimney and water tower.
Sales at the site on Stonebridge Lane are progressing extremely well with nearly 60 per cent (65) of the 112 units already sold.
Tim Reeve speaking on behalf of the joint developers Rushbond Plc and Advent Developments, said: “We have seen strong demand across all property types which include contemporary and heritage new builds, as well as the conversion units.
“It is clear that these high quality properties, situated in a unique parkland location, is a compelling combination for a wide range of house buyers.”
Three show homes are now available to view without an appointment. For more information please call 07837 116 469.