Developments in the recent past include Highgate Croft on the stunning Cononley Moor, Middleway Meadows, Silsden and many more throughout Silsden, Grassington and the local area.
Moor Lane, Addingham
An exciting development of 18 natural stone built, 3 & 4 bed family homes. The development combines traditional materials and external detailing, with contemporary interior design incorporating a superior specification.
Beautry Croft, Rathmell, Settle
A select development of only 4 traditionally built natural stone homes. Beautry Croft offers 3 & 4 bedroom semi-detached accommodation in the tranquil setting of Rathmell, near Settle. The development combines traditional materials and external detailing, with contemporary interior design incorporating a superior specification.
A popular development of 26 natural stone built 3 & 4 bed homes with views down the valley. Situated at the top of Daisy Hill in Silsden.
An exclusive development of 3 & 4 bed homes constructed out of quality natural stone, natural stone surrounds, timber windows, artificial stone roof slates with superior internal specification. Located on Banklands Lane, Silsden above the park.
Seven Executive three, four & five bedroomed detached homes. Situated on Cononley Moor with stunning views.
St John’s Close, Silsden
This picturesque development of three bedroomed cottages is conveniently located across from Silsden Beck within the Silsden conservation area.
Hainsworth House Farm, Silsden
Six out of the nine properties on this development were built out of old delph stone and along with the conversion of three former farm buildings, finished off the development along Hainsworth Road with a more traditional feel.
Kingfisher Brook & the Mallards, Silsden
These two sites along Hainsworth House Farm transformed this former farm and derelict area, and completed the development, started by Foster & Riley, of the Hainsworth Road area. The sites included 42 three & four bedroomed new natural stone built properties of different design. Again, we are very happy with how these sites turned out.
Grassington Park, Grassington
This site was the former Grassington Hospital, and careful planning together with the national park and the planning authority was required in order to maximise the potential of such a significant and sensitive area. The development was for three superior detached homes of substantial design, size and quality, and the restoration and conversion of a former out building. We are very proud to have constructed such a quality development.