A North Yorkshire village mentioned in the Domesday Book is adding a new chapter to its history thanks to an exclusive development of four luxury family homes.
Being built to exceptionally high standards by local developers Harmby Homes in the Knaresborough village of Staveley, Barely Court is a collection of two bungalows and two, two-storey houses.
Priced between £1.03m and £1.15m, the homes, which are all five or six bedroomed, are being brought to market by the award-winning specialist land and new homes department of Yorkshire estate agency, Linley & Simpson, though its Harrogate branch.
Barley Court, which overlooks open fields and has views across to Staveley Lakes – part of Staveley Nature Reserve – are all being constructed using natural local stone and Hathaway Brindle brick.
And depending on the stage of build, kitchens can be created to the buyer’s personal preferences. All will have all high-quality units, German branded appliances and a Quooker hot tap.
Each bathroom and ensuite will have luxury Hansgrohe sanitaryware and fittings with wetroom-style showers. All dressing rooms will be fitted out with quality fitted wardrobes in a colour and style of your choice.
David Waddington, Director of Land and New Homes at Linley & Simpson, said: “Barley Court is a truly stunning development designed to enhance the lovely village of Staveley.
“The village, just a few miles from Knaresborough, is mentioned in the Domesday Book, and Harmby Homes are now helping write the next chapter in its long history.
“Harmby Homes is a relatively new Yorkshire-based developer, specialising in exclusive smaller developments that will enrich and add value to the surrounding local area.
“Whilst situated in the heart of the country with stunning views, they are still incredibly convenient for those looking to commute to Leeds, York, Harrogate, or further afield by rail or road.
“We are delighted to be partnering Harmby Homes on this exquisite development, which is already attracting considerable attention.”