Launch of First Showhome at Exclusive Sheffield Development

Award-winning Yorkshire property developer Conroy Brook is delighted to announce the official opening of their first showhome at the much-anticipated Forge View development in Sheffield on Friday 12 September, 1.30-5.30pm.The development is the company’s first scheme as preferred partner to Keyland Developments – sister company to Yorkshire Water – under its Small Sites Initiatives (SSI), and will see just five 4/5 bedroom luxury homes built on Carsick Hill Road, in a Conservation Area within the leafy suburb of Carsick, west of Sheffield City Centre.

The former service reservoir became redundant following Yorkshire Water’s investment in Sheffield’s water supply network, and Keyland was tasked with regenerating the site, which naturally lends itself to residential development due to its location.

Sheffield-based Axis Architecture have sensitively designed the natural stone and slate homes, which are being traditionally built with a contemporary twist.

Design
This development is the culmination of Conroy Brook and Axis Architecture’s collective experience, expertise and design excellence. The proportions between the flowing, internal spaces of each house have been designed to maximise flexibility and liveability.

You Space
Each of the five homes will also incorporate what the company has called a ‘You Space’; the space that will quickly become the go-to place in each home, whether that is a cinema room, gym or even recording studio.

Efficiency
Forge View will be built to Code 3 of the Code for Sustainable Homes (CSH), which is in excess of the current building regulation requirements for new homes.

Each property will feature photovoltaic roof panels, increased levels of insulation and energy efficient heating and lighting systems to create a home which will be both comfortable and cost-effective to run.

Of the five properties being built, one has already been sold and another reserved, which is a testament to Conroy Brook’s reputation and the fantastic location.