Hawksworth - two bedroom house over three floors
* * coming soon to baildon village * *
The conversion of the historic Baildon Textile Mill into luxury new homes is an exciting and truly unique offering.
Offering a range of stunning home styles spanning from stylish contemporary apartments to impressively sized family homes.
Consisting of just fifty-two spacious one, two, three and four bedroom properties, this exclusive development will be of the highest specification and is situated in one of the most sought after residential locations in the area.
We are certain that this development will be in high demand and we are inviting interested parties to register their details at Baildon Dacre, Son & Hartley on as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
More details will follow as and when available.
Heritage Looks - Modern Living - Steeped in history and brimming with character, the new homes at Baildon Mills will offer both traditional charm whilst being thoughtfully designed for modern living.
Superior Specification - The development will benefit from
* Smart technology * Full height tiling to wet areas * Stylish bathrooms suites with low profile shower trays * Ladder style polished chrome, or equivalent, heated towel rail * Contemporary bespoke fitted kitchens with complementing worktops * Kitchens include a built-in oven, extractor fan and hood * Integrated appliances including fridge freezer, washer dryer and dishwasher * Hardwood veneered, solid core entrance door with spy hole * Hardwood veneered, or equivalent, internal doors throughout * Brushed stainless steel and chrome ironmongery throughout * LED light fittings with dimmers to bedrooms and living areas * 10 years CML compliant warranty * Low energy LED downlights in kitchen, hallway and bathrooms * Intercom entry system to each apartment *
Location - Baildon is a highly sought-after place to live. The village’s many attributes include a lively history, wonderful walking country and bags of West Riding charm. Although somehow, unlike the surrounding tourist hotspots, Baildon has remained somewhat of a hidden gem.
Filled with traditional stone-built buildings and interesting little corners and quirks, Baildon is a bustling village that is teeming with history, charm and amenities.
The retail delights of both Leeds and Bradford city centres are just a short car, bus or train ride away.
History - From the 16th century onwards, many of Baildon’s inhabitants turned to cloth and textile manufacturing as a means of making a living. This was initially a cottage based industry, with many people choosing to set up workshops within their own homes. By the late 18th century, textile manufacturing had become a major industry in the village and the advent of the Industrial Revolution meant that manufacturing soon moved to much larger, industrialized mills.
In order to meet demand, the early 19th century saw a number of large textile mills built in Baildon, including Baildon Mill. Originally named Providence Mill, the building was constructed around 1824 by F.W Holmes, a local industrialist who saw the potential of the textile manufacturing industry at that time.
The mill went through periods of economic success and failure, changing hands several times before the end of the 19th century. The mill was extended around the middle of the 19th century and then again towards the end of the 20th century. However, the mill still retains much of its original form and buildings, including the millpond located on the north side of the complex. This millpond will form part of a community hub for the redevelopment of the mills, with a beautiful communal garden and pond available for residents to enjoy.
The mill buildings are an important local landmark and add much to the character of the village. The homes at Baildon Mills will be carefully designed to ensure that the historical appeal of the mill building is maintained, to ensure that this scheme remains an important piece of local architecture for many years to come.
From the roundabout in the centre of Baildon proceed up Northgate for a short distance where the development can be found on the left hand side identified by our for sale board.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||6.5%||£238,182||2.6||0.7|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£102,491 (6)||£202,067 (21)||£268,317 (36)||£347,114 (33)||£431,596 (25)|
|Flats||£78,312 (16)||£124,814 (23)||£265,000 (2)||-||-|
|All||£84,906 (22)||£161,685 (44)||£268,142 (38)||£347,114 (33)||£422,112 (26)|