Caedmon Homes has appointed property consultancy Linley and Simpson to market its prestigious new housing development at Kirby Hill, near Boroughbridge.

Caedmon, the residential development arm of North Yorkshire-based property company Norstar Real Estate Group, will be launching the Priory Meadows development later this month (March).

Paul Brown, director of Norstar commented: 'We are delighted to be working with such a respected local agency as Linley and Simpson. They have an excellent track record for marketing homes and residential developments across Yorkshire and we look forward to them promoting Priory Meadows swiftly and effectively.'

Caedmon Homes are building 34 houses at Priory Meadows in Kirby Hill in the heart of the village. The development will range from two-bed bungalows to five-bed houses, priced between £250,000 and £600,000, and will include 14 affordable homes, already bought by Wakefield District Housing (WDH) for over £1 million.

Phase One of Priory Meadows will be completed in May, with 12 houses available for occupation then. The whole development is scheduled to be finished by the end of the year.

David Waddington, Director of Land and New Homes for Linley and Simpson, based at Ripon, explained: 'This is an incredible opportunity and we are delighted to offer Priory Meadows to the market. The scheme offers a variety of new homes in this popular North Yorkshire village and the attention to detail, including design and specification, really sets Priory Meadows apart from its competition'.

Paul Brown explained: 'We have chosen the location of this development extremely carefully. Kirby Hill is a pretty rural village near the flourishing market town of Boroughbridge and within minutes of the A1 motorway, providing easy commuting access to York, Harrogate, Leeds and Newcastle.

'The wide range of houses on offer means we are looking for potential occupiers who are looking to both upsize and downsize. We believe the modern bungalows will prove extremely popular with more elderly couples wanting to downsize, whilst the elegant five-bed houses are perfect for a growing family wanting to move into a larger home.'

'Recent quality housing developments in the Boroughbridge area have proved very successful and we are confident that our Kirby Hill development will be equally popular. Our homes will be competitively-priced, but built to the highest standards,' he added.

Caedmon Homes are also masterminding new state-of-the-art developments in the Groves area of York and at Whitby, close to the centre of the historic town.

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