Work has started on-site to build six luxury homes on New Lane in Holgate, York on land formerly occupied by Holgate Working Mens Club. As part of the scheme, the developer, RHW Developments, is providing a new modern club.
The working men’s club, which will reopen in mid-2016, will provide 270 square meters of modern space over two floors for the local community, and the plans have been designed in conjunction with the club.
Designed by Brewster Bye Architects the development known as Holgate Mews, has a stand-out contemporary design and will include six townhouses with three bedrooms, two bathrooms and two reception rooms. The homes range in price from £445,000 to £465,000.
Ian Tulloch from RHW Developments says: “It’s a fantastic location and a popular suburb of York. Predominately residential, New Lane is the ideal location for these attractive new homes and we are delighted to be delivering a brand new social club for the local community as part of the scheme.”
Mark Henderson, a Director at Brewster Bye Architects, says: “We carefully designed the development to ensure that the townhouses and the club both have a strong design statement which adds to the quality of the surrounding area.”
Ben Hudson from Hudson Moody, the agents marketing the scheme says: “These newly built properties, which are situated within an exclusive gated development, will no doubt appeal to buyers looking for a modern, attractive home located in a quiet, leafy street that is also close to York City Centre.
“The homes have an open plan kitchen dining area, living room and also benefit from an integral garage and garden. Reservations are now being taken and anyone interested in Holgate Mews can also view the site on Saturday 28th November between 1pm and 3pm.”
RHW Developments recently completed another successful residential scheme in York transforming a former pub, The Pack of Cards, into 14 one and two bedroom flats for the City of York Council. Brewster Bye also designed this scheme, which is just a few miles from the City Centre.Peter Atkinson from RHW Developments says: “Having worked in property in York and across the region for over 35 years, both Ian and I are very passionate about delivering sustainable schemes that bring something new to the streetscape. Our aim is to deliver attractive quality developments that are also practical for modern living. York is an incredibly popular city to live in, and currently demand for homes, either to rent and buy far outstrips supply, so we are confident these new homes will appeal to the market.”