“With construction work in Etton now well underway we are excited to be at a point where we can provide far more detail,” says Beal Homes’ Sue Waudby.“We look forward to welcoming guests on the 29th October with a glass of champagne at our headquarters, to showing them the development layout and detailed architectural illustrations and to starting to discuss individual ideas for the internals.”
In addition to displays and brochures, Beal’s ‘Customer Selection Studio’ will be open to allow house hunters to take a look at some of the large range of design options for these properties.An independent mortgage advisor will be on hand to talk about finance and regional estate agent Beercocks will be there to provide free valuations for potential purchasers with an existing home who may be interested in part exchange.
Individual private appointments to discuss details will be available between 3pm and 7pm at the October 29 preview at Beal Homes’ headquarters at the Bridgehead Business Park near the Humber Bridge at Hessle.Plot 3 Burton House and Plot 4 Bentley House are both now roofed so that at the preview event prospective buyers will be able to arrange a date for an accompanied site visit to The Croft to see how the homes are shaping up.
The £2.6 million development is off Main Street in Etton. Established trees and views over this attractive village and, to the rear, over open countryside provide an appealing setting.
Homes at The Croft will range in size from 2,440 square feet up to in excess of 2,800 square feet, each with four bedrooms.Purchasers will be invited to create their home interior in consultation with Beal Homes’ design team.These will be Beal ‘Signature’ homes so that each will be built to a bespoke internal brief.
The external architectural design of each property at The Croft is also unique and in keeping with the local vernacular, says Beal.The Croft is located within Etton’s conservation area and the homes are designed to complement their surroundings with Old England brick, Flanders red pantile roofs, eaves detailing, chimneys and timber sash windows and doors reflecting the character of existing village houses.
Etton is on the southern border of the Wolds, with period cottages, an ancient church and the popular Light Dragoon pub and restaurant.The Michelin starred Pipe & Glass is just a short drive away in South Dalton.A village primary school in nearby Cherry Burton, highly rated senior schools in Beverley and the public schools of Pocklington, Hull Collegiate and Hymers College are all accessible, adding to the appeal of these new homes.
Etton is around four miles from Beverley with its shops, restaurants, theatre, railway station and racecourse.Well-located for commuting to Beverley, Hull and York, Etton nevertheless remains a charming, un-spoilt rural village.
With a track record of designing and building new homes in sympathy with their village locations spanning over 48 years, family-run Beal Homes has completed small developments in rural East Riding and Lincolnshire villages including West Ella, Sproatley, Nafferton, Walkington, Welton and Nettleham.