Arncliffe Homes’ philosophy of building highly specified and well-proportioned homes continues unabated at Hookstone Court, Harrogate, an outstanding development of just eight superbly appointed semi-detached homes.

Each of the properties at Hookstone Court has been designed in accordance with the Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4, which means that they have been assessed against a number of standards which determine and limit their environmental impact.

The standards set by the Code exceed the requirements of current building regulations in areas such as energy efficiency and carbon emissions.

Whilst the object of the Code is to make new developments more environmentally friendly, the bonus for buyers comes in the form of significantly reduced running costs – particularly important in these times of increasing fuel bills. This is achieved, in part, by the property generating some its own energy requirements through the use of Photovoltaic panels to roofs.

In addition, the properties at Hookstone Court are to be built to secured by design standards, meaning that they will benefit from increased security measures including certified windows, doors and locks.

Consistently appearing in the upper echelons of the Sunday Times annual assessment of the ‘Best Places to Live in the UK’, Harrogate’s appeal never diminishes and it is easy to see why. The attractive Spa town is ideally located for access to the Yorkshire Dales and benefits from a multitude of stylish retail outlets, restaurants, bars etc.

Hookstone Court is itself extremely well placed with a wealth of local facilities nearby, including a Morrisons Superstore within half a mile and a Sainsburys Superstore just over one mile away, adjacent to the Great Yorkshire Showground on Wetherby Road. There is a superb choice of quality schooling in the area for pupils of all ages. At primary level this includes, Willow Tree Community Primary School, Hookstone Chase Community Primary School, Oaklands Junior School, Aspin Park Community School and at secondary level, St Aidan’s Church of England School, St John Fisher Catholic School, Harrogate Grammar School, Harrogate High School and King James’s School.

The development lies just two miles to the east of Harrogate town centre. A regular bus service operates from outside the development to the town centre. For those travelling by car, the bypass is within one mile and the A1M just six miles away.

Harrogate railway station offers a daily direct service to London Kings Cross and regular services to Leeds and York. Leeds Bradford airport is just fourteen miles away.

If you are looking for a brand new, spacious and energy efficient home built to exacting standards, in a location with a superb selection of local facilities, then Hookstone Court is the place for you.

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