An impressive high calibre apartment scheme is set to be built within one of Ilkley’s most prestigious settings, following one of this year’s largest development deals in the town, which was negotiated by leading estate agent, Patrick McCutcheon, from Dacre, Son & Hartley.
Set amidst sheltered grounds of around 0.53 of an acre, Lime Garth is discreetly positioned off Kings Road, adjacent to Heathcote, the magnificent Grade 1 listed mansion designed by renowned Arts and Crafts architect, Edwin Lutyens.
Instructed by the owners of Lime Garth, Dacres offered the potential development site on an off market basis, attracting offers from a number of regional development companies. The renowned team of YorPlace and Square Feet were successful in securing an option on the site, and subsequently, achieving planning consent to demolish the existing house and create nine luxury apartments. Dacre, Son & Hartley’s new homes division plans to start marketing the apartments in 2021.
Patrick McCutcheon, head of residential at Dacre, Son & Hartley, said: “We are very much looking forward to bringing these superb new apartments to the market next year. We have a longstanding relationship with YorPlace and Square Feet and are already marketing the stunning mews homes and luxurious apartments within the Grade 1 listed Burley Court in Burley in Wharfedale – where there is just 1 property left for sale.”