Just four miles from the centre of Bradford in the leafy neighbourhood of Apperley Bridge, Brompton Fold is an attractive development that brings a superb selection of contemporary energy efficient one, two, three, four and five bedroom homes to a highly sought-after area. Boarded by open green space alongside the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, and half a mile from the River Aire, the waterside setting adds a special character to this unique residential opportunity.
Approved for construction in 2014, the 267-home development is under construction by Miller Homes and comprises a fine collection of semi-detached and detached houses all offering sleek contemporary kitchens, stylish bathrooms and high quality fittings throughout.
Chaucer is one of the one bedroom homes available on site. The inspired layout of this comfortable home, with its staircase ascending directly into a living space with a subtly separated kitchen, allows light from three windows to brighten both areas. Storage adds convenience to the bedroom.
At Yare, the walk-through between the lounge and dining area allows light from the front facing window and the French doors to bring natural light flowing through both rooms, bringing a sense of spaciousness that is enhanced by an open plan staircase leading to two comfortable bedrooms, one with a built-in wardrobe.
Tolkien is one of the three bedroom homes on site. The lounge of this bright two and a half storey home opens directly on to a kitchen and dining room featuring French doors, an arrangement that combines convenience with a light, airy attractiveness. The dormer bedroom accessed by a private staircase includes en-suite facilities and a built-in wardrobe.
At Greene, French doors in the lounge and an elegant bay window in the dining room fill this stylish home with natural light. The utility room adds amenity to the beautifully planned kitchen and the feature staircase ascends to a gallery landing and four bedrooms, one of them en-suite.
Distinguished by twin bay and dormer windows, the frontage of London introduces the home with a wealth of prestigious features including dual French doors, a formal dining room and an impressive staircase leading to five bedrooms, one of them en-suite, a family bathroom and an additional shower room on the second floor.
For his work on the development, Miller Homes Project Manager Andy Dyson was awarded an NHBC Pride in the Job Award. A Pride in The Job Award represents success for the site manager, their team and associated trades, as well as providing a reputational boost for the building company.