Every property at the Stonebridge Beck new homes development in Farnley is set to receive superfast broadband.
Whether buyers choose a converted mill townhouse, a former workers cottage, converted workshop or one of the contemporary new build properties at this stunning residential development in West Leeds, they can look forward to receiving fibre to property connection with an anticipated speed of 500+ megabytes.
New Homes Advisor, Giselle Ledgard said: “With more and more people working from home since the pandemic superfast broadband will be a real bonus. It is also of particular advantage to people who download films, video call and stream TV and music, as well as allowing access to the internet for more than one person in a household at the same time.”
Meanwhile, Stonebridge Beck is benefiting from a general shift in attitudes to lifestyle choices post pandemic with buyers favouring suburban over urban, with outside space now a major priority. Not only do properties at Stonebridge Beck offer manageable gardens but plans include a large communal parkland area and footpaths extending to about two and a half acres which runs alongside Farnley Beck.
Tim Reeve, speaking on behalf of joint developers Rushbond Plc and Advent Developments, said: “The combination of converted former mill buildings and new build properties, coupled with the abundance of outdoor space, really does create a unique and sustainable community while being true to the site’s historic past. This includes the original mill pond which is being brought back to life.
“The site also offers access to good local schools, excellent transport links and has plenty of local amenities on the doorstep. It really is the best of all words with convenience and community at its heart.”
For more information or to arrange an appointment to view the two show homes and a mill townhouse, please call 07837 116 469.