Barnes Village is a Grade II listed historic site near Stockport, comprising 38 apartments and townhouses constructed within and attached to a restored French Gothic Revival hospital building, and 117 newbuild, two to four bedroom properties in the 16.5-acre grounds. Henley’s conversion will bring a new chapter to the old building. Spacious, modern homes with sharply-pitched roofs and large windows echo the drama of the old, but with the elegance and convenience of the new, alongside accessible transport connections and links to surrounding communities. Prices start from £145,000 (one bedroom conversion apartment) to £425,000 (new four bedroom house), an average of £252 per sqft. Eligible for Help to Buy, completions start in spring 2017.
This brand-new award category for 2017 is for the best development of any size in the North of England (for the purposes of this category – Birmingham and above). An area of the country where housebuilding is increasing and offers a highly competitive market place, this award recognises an exceptional range of new homes that stands out from the crowd whilst remaining accessible to first time buyers.