Make a Redrow home your own in Wakefield

Buyers in search of a new home in Wakefield will be spoilt for choice thanks to the good range of properties at two Redrow developments in the city.

Buyers in search of a new home in Wakefield will be spoilt for choice thanks to the good range of properties at two Redrow developments in the city.

Scholars Gate in Ruskin Avenue and Sandringham Gardens in Haigh Moor Road are just minutes away from each other and both offer a divine selection of high specification homes, designed with families in mind.

Featuring designs from Redrow's sought-after New Heritage Collection, homes at both locations combine traditional Arts and Crafts inspired architecture with bright, modern interiors.

Patsy Aicken, sales director for Redrow Homes (Yorkshire), said: "These homes are well and truly made for family living. They each offer open-plan sociable areas designed for spending quality time together but with the benefit of separate lounges for quieter moments. We have really thought about who might live in each of the houses, the style they would choose and also the practical elements that would be important to them. We also recognise that each buyer is an individual and with that in mind we offer customers the chance to personalise their home by choosing a whole host of features including the finish of the kitchen cabinets and the bathroom tiles."

Between them, Scholars Gate and Sandringham Gardens offer a good choice of three and four-bedroom homes, with current prices ranging from £206,950 to £299,999.

They all boast Redrow's high specification as standard.

Kitchens are well equipped with integrated top brand name appliances including oven, hob, microwave and fridge freezer; while bathrooms and en-suites enjoy quality fixtures and fittings, with a tile range exclusive to Redrow.

The homes also boast items buyers may not expect to be included as standard, such as fitted wardrobes, built-in book shelves, outside lights and under lighting to kitchen units.

Thanks to a range of efficiency measures, including double glazing and central heating, householders who move from old to new should save money on their utility bills.

"People continue to be impressed by the high specification we offer as standard and want to know how they can purchase one of our stylish new homes. The good news is we have a range of incentives available that can be tailored to their individual circumstances," Patsy added.

"For example first time buyers could save 20% off the initial price of a brand new home with FirstBuy. Those who don't have a large deposit or substantial equity in their current home could benefit from 95% mortgages through the NewBuy initiative. We're also offering to help homeowners to sell their existing properties via our Mastermove and may even be able to offer part exchange."

To experience all that a brand new Redrow home has to offer, visit Scholars' Gate or Sandringham Gardens, where show homes are open daily from 10am to 5.30pm.