We are delighted to announce that Phase 2 of Broad Lane Farm has now gone live on our website! Floorplans and prices have been released and the properties have been launched with our agent Wm Sykes. Its full steam ahead and at Holroyd Homes we are very excited to see things get underway with Phase 2 of our Upperthong development; these properties really do promise to be something completely special.


About Phase 2

Phase 2 consists of three Grade II listed cottages, individually known as ‘The Farmhouse,’ ‘The Barn’ and ‘The Mistal’. With all Phase 1 properties all but complete and sold, the cottages will be the last piece of the jigsaw to complete the truly spectacular development that is Broad Lane Farm. We really are looking forward to giving these beautiful listed farmhouses a new lease of life and to seeing their transformation into three unique family homes.

CGI image of the three Grade II listed properties


Phase 2 progress to date

The old farmhouses remained derelict for quite some years, and so the first job with these was to carefully demolish the original listed building so that it can be rebuilt safely. The site has now been cleared and dug out ready for the foundations.

With Phase 1 drawing to a close, it won’t be long before the team at Holroyd Homes can turn their full attention to the cottages, where we should see some good headway made in the next few months. It’s expected that Phase 2 will be complete by Spring 2021, with three spectacular cottages all ready to be turned into homes!

The listed farm buildings at Broad Lane Farm pre-demolition


More about the Cottages

These cottages, which date back to the early 18th century, are not what you’d typically expect on a housing development. Careful thought and consideration has been given during the design of these homes to sensitively and empathetically restore these beautiful Grade II listed buildings to reflect their history and heritage. All three cottages will be re-built using the original stonework and will be pointed in natural lime mortar, using nothing less than quality craftsmanship and skill. Other striking external features include charming drystone walls, tumbled block paving to driveways, stone slate roofs, patio and pathway flags – all giving a nod to its Yorkshire heritage. An array of original features can be found internally too such as inglenook fireplaces, mullioned windows and chunky beams.

Restoring these period properties sensitivity was imperative to us at Holroyd Homes, but at the same time realising the need to balance this with modern family living. Our aim with the cottages was to create homes where old meets new; where the unique charm of a cottage has been blended with contemporary family living. Each property has a large family designer kitchen featuring bifold doors out to the garden, ensuites to all master bedrooms, off street parking and quality finishes and fittings throughout.

‘The Farmhouse’ and ‘The Barn’ are both three-bed properties, whilst ‘The Mistal’, the largest of the cottages, is four-bed with its own private gated area. Our attention to detail in both the design and construction means that these are no ordinary properties; all three cottages are truly unique and completely individual. This is a rare opportunity to call one of these wonderful properties your home and is one not to be missed.

There is also opportunity in having an influence on the internal specification – if you secure a Phase 2 property early enough!

CGI of ‘The Farmhouse’


CGI of ‘The Barn’


CGI of ‘The Mistal’


How to find out more

Prices start from £359,950 and further details, including the internal and external specification and floor plans for each property, can be found in our brochure here. You can also access this via our website at www.holroyd-homes.co.uk.

These beautiful cottages are now ‘live’ with our agents Wm Sykes who would be delighted to hear from you. Our principal point of contact is Kay Dean and she can be contacted by email kaydean@wmsykes.co.uk or by phoning 01484 683543. You can also view the properties on Wm Sykes’ website as well as on Rightmove.

CGI of finished Broad Lane Farm scheme


CGI birds eye view of the Broad Lane Farm development
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