Three super-stylish show homes have opened in the Fruit Market urban village, presenting the very best of city living in Hull’s most fashionable community.
The expertly-designed homes each have distinctive décor and furnishings to illustrate how the vibrant waterside neighbourhood offers the perfect place for a variety of lifestyles and tastes.
The show homes have opened as construction of the stunning Fruit Market residential development is nearing completion, with just 15 of the 105 new homes remaining to buy, priced from £189,995 to £279,995.
The flourishing Fruit Market has attracted a wide range of residents, from young couples, to professionals, families and retired people, and buyers are being urged not to miss out on joining Hull’s most desirable new neighbourhood.
Surrounded by independent restaurants, shops, galleries, bars and cafés, the Fruit Market offers an enviable lifestyle in a beautiful waterfront setting with everything residents need on their doorstep.
The mews-style homes, delivered by award-winning housebuilder Beal Homes, are arranged around four private courtyards. They form a key part of the spectacular £80m regeneration of the Fruit Market area being driven forward by the Wykeland Beal joint venture formed by Beal and commercial developer Wykeland Group.
The three new show homes have opened in Finkle Quarter – the final phase of the £20m Fruit Market residential development – and boast very different themes …
Richly relaxing …
Plot 76 is a spacious three-storey, three-bedroom townhouse styled with rich woods and distressed leather to create a relaxed, lived-in feel.
Green is the focal colour throughout, as featured in the stunning kitchen, which makes a real statement in this spacious home. Nature-inspired artwork and fabrics team beautifully with linen upholstery and softer green shades in the lounge and bedrooms.
Industrial and minimal …
Plot 77 is two-storey, two-bedroom home and a real head-turner.
Rustic wood flooring paired with industrial lighting and stylish metal and wood furniture give this minimal home an “easy living” vibe. Farrow and Ball’s distinctive “Railings” shade has been used for the woodwork for a dramatic alternative to standard white.
The statement kitchen continues the monochrome theme with painted anthracite doors perfectly complementing the paler grey Silestone worktops.
Scandi-style space …
Light and bright, and with great views of the city, Plot 78 is a Scandi-themed and spacious one-storey, two-bedroom apartment.
Light oak Amtico flooring and pale wood furniture, layered with linen and wicker accents, give this airy space a great contemporary feel.
The apartment features subtle blush highlights in the living areas and pale grey curtains with stunning paisley print in the large bedroom. Matt white and light oak are the shades of choice for the open plan kitchen, adding to the overall neutral and calm vibe.
Beal Sales and Marketing Director Sue Waudby said: “We’re excited to open these new show homes and give potential buyers inspiration and insight into the lifestyle they could enjoy in this very special community.
“The very different designs of each of the show homes reflects the mix of lifestyles and tastes that make up the Fruit Market community.
“The Fruit Market is so much more than a place to live. It offers the urban lifestyle and energetic vibe familiar to other major cities and has proven popular with a wide range of buyers. That has created a close-knit neighbourhood with a strong community spirit.
“With construction now close to completion, we’re offering buyers the last remaining opportunities to secure a home in this unique urban village.
“We’re looking forward to welcoming househunters through the show home doors and enabling them to experience the very best of contemporary city living.”
- The Fruit Market show homes are available to view, by appointment only. To arrange a viewing call 01482 977776. For more information about the Fruit Market homes click here.
Pictures: R&R Studio.