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Buyers offered help to speed up move to new luxury home

Posted on September 18th, 2012

Prestige developer Seddon Homes is giving homebuyers the chance to speed
up their move to one of the last remaining detached properties at a luxury new
homes development via a unique initiative.

‘Keystone’ enables buyers to sell their home to Seddon Homes, eliminating
many of the frustrations and high costs that moving home can involve.

The initiative is being offered at Ryecroft, a development of just 13 new
homes, situated at Lightcliffe, off the highly regarded Wakefield Road area.

Located near to Lightcliffe Golf Club and Lightcliffe High School, it has proved
extremely popular with families, with just four properties remaining.

Key features of ‘Keystone’ include:

  • A guaranteed buyer for your home*
  • No estate agents fees*
  • All legal fees paid*
  • Packing and moving scheme provided*

Denis Maddock, sales and marketing director for Seddon Homes, said: “We
appreciate the problems that moving home presents and ‘Keystone’ is an
initiative that gets people moving quickly, with the minimum of fuss.

“We anticipate a great deal of interest in the scheme at Ryecroft because the
homes are such an attractive proposition. They all have immense character
and are situated in a terrific location.”

The homes at Ryecroft are substantial, featuring five bedrooms, with two en-
suite, a family bathroom, a double garage and renowned SieMatic kitchens
with Neff appliances.

In addition, Ryecroft is close to rural country scenes, while also being within
easy distance of major road networks to the business hubs of Halifax, Leeds
and beyond.

Seddon Homes has a long-standing reputation for building high specification,
high quality homes, a fact that is increasingly spreading across West
Yorkshire and beyond. Why not take a sneak preview with a video tour at

To find out more about ‘Keystone’ at Ryecroft, where prices start from
£499.950, please call 01422 209156 or please visit the development’s page.

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