Belvedere is a development of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes located in the sought after location of Cross Hills, Keighley.
New homes for sale in Cross Hills, Keighley
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If you are looking for a new home in North Yorkshire then Seddon Homes has Belvedere - a development of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes just perfect for you.
Belvedere offers a range of different sized homes and styles to choose from – all in a picturesque setting. Each new build property at Belvedere will be constructed with a stone finish in keeping with its rural location.
With spacious, well-considered living areas throughout, the finishing touches available on every home will be of exceptional quality.
From first time buyers to empty nesters, we also offer a range of incentives to help you buy.
Why buy a new home in Cross Hills?
For anyone searching for a new home in North Yorkshire, look no further than Belvedere in Cross Hills.
Belvedere is built on the site of Malsis Hall which was built in 1866 as a private residence. The grand Victorian design was constructed from stone and incorporated an impressive ‘Belvedere’ tower to take advantage of the scenic view and, hence, the development name.
In 1920, Malsis Hall began its life as a school, which closed in 2014. Belvedere is a project close to home as both Jamie and Jonathon Seddon are past pupils of the school. The Grade II Malsis Hall will be fully refurbished as part of the development build.
Belvedere is in a fantastic location, surrounded by fields and ponds. The development is accessed through a tree lined driveway, passing the original Malsis gate lodge.
Cross Hills is a village in the Craven district of North Yorkshire and is situated halfway between Skipton and Keighley. The village is surrounded by the hills of the eastern Pennines and offers stunning views along the Aire Valley.
Cross Hills is overlooked by two monuments - The Pinnacles. Locally, they are affectionately known as the Salt and Pepper pots. These small towers stand on crags above Cowling Moor.
Nearby village, Glusburn, dates back to the 8th century and lies just above Glus Beck, which means “the shining stream”. Originally, this was uncultivated land, moorland and forest which was home to wolves, wild boar and deer.
There is plenty to see around Cross Hills, with medieval Skipton Castle only a 15 minute drive away. The Woodland Trust’s St Ives Estate is not much further and is a wonderful family day out to see the wildflower meadow, playground and duck pond. Janet’s Foss is a beautiful waterfall in Malham and is also well worth a visit.
If you are interested in impressive architecture, take a look at Ribblehead Viaduct which is sure to wow. Fancy something educational? The National Science and Media museum is around 15 miles from Belvedere.
For those looking for a new home in North Yorkshire, Cross Hills and its nearby towns offer a variety of amenities. Across the road from Belvedere you will find the charming Dog & Gun pub. This cosy country pub is family run and serves seasonal and local dishes. The pub is perfect for enjoying a refreshing drink in the summer or a hot meal by the fire in winter. There are a range of supermarkets nearby.
Glusburn Community Primary School and Sutton in Craven C of E Primary School are both rated ‘good’ by OfSted. Secondary school, South Craven School, is rated as ‘outstanding’. There are many sports and leisure opportunities nearby including Cross Hills Football Club, Craven Swimming Pool and Fitness Centre, Glusburn Cricket Club and Skipton Rugby Club.
Belvedere offers good access to the A6068 which forms the main connection between the M65 (Preston to Blackburn and Burnley) and A629 (across the industrial towns of Yorkshire to the moors).
Cononley Railway Station in Keighley is 3 miles from Belvedere and has frequent services to Skipton, Bradford & Leeds.
If you love to fly away on holiday, Leeds Bradford Airport is 20 miles away.