All homes sold at Harthill housing development

Harthill housing development Hillside Green is now completely sold out.

Thursday, 6th May 2021, 3:24 pm

Jones Homes has delivered 24 new homes at Hillside Green, off Winney Hill at the southern edge of the village.

All 18 properties for private sale, a mix of four and five-bedroom detached houses, have now been purchased.

A further six homes have been provided as affordable housing for local people.

Harthill housing development Hillside Green is now completely sold out.

As part of the planning agreement for the development, Jones Homes has contributed £89,000 to the local area to support and develop local infrastructure.

Jayne Swift, sales and marketing director for Jones Homes Yorkshire, said: “The exclusive nature of the development and the attractive semi-rural location are both key factors in the success of Hillside Green.

“The homes at Hillside Green are built to high standards and designed with the modern lifestyle in mind, offering residents a real taste of luxury in a desirable village setting.

“The funding we have provided for the local area will also enhance facilities and infrastructure in the village for the homeowners of today and the future.”

The financial contributions for Hillside Green include £12,000 towards sustainable transport and £77,000 in the form of a Community Infrastructure Levy that was paid directly to Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council.

Jayne said: “We pride ourselves on building attractive homes in desirable locations and Hillside Green exemplifies this approach. We look forward to replicating this success at our neighbouring developments across the region.”

A selection of five-bedroom detached houses are currently available at Van Dyk Village near Clowne, with prices starting from £619,995.

Prices for three and four-bedroom homes currently available at Gateford Park in Worksop start at £229,995.

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