From email@example.com | Thursday 25 April 2019
Scott’s Quarter consists two and three-bedroom townhouses and duplex and single-storey apartments.
The latest quarter within Hull’s exciting Fruit Market development has been launched.
Developer Wykeland Beal has launched Scott’s Quarter in the heart of the city living scheme.
It will consist of 28 properties, including two and three-bedroom townhouses and duplex and single-storey apartments.
Scott’s Quarter is the largest of the four courtyards that make up the Fruit Market development and includes Scott’s Square, which recreates an historic square lost to demolition many years ago.
Scott’s Square will create an attractive pedestrian link between the new homes and the heart of the Fruit Market community in Humber Street.
More than half of the 105 properties in the Fruit Market development have already been sold, including all but two apartments overlooking Humber Street.
Properties available range from apartments overlooking Humber Street, priced at £154,995, to a three-bedroom townhouse with car port, at £274,995.
Scott’s Quarter includes Scott’s Square, which recreates an historic square lost to demolition many years ago.
The homes are being built by Wykeland Beal, a joint venture company formed by commercial developer Wykeland Group and housebuilder Beal Homes. Wykeland Beal is working in partnership with Hull City Council to deliver the £80m transformation of the Fruit Market in Hull’s biggest urban regeneration scheme.
Sue Waudby of Wykeland Beal said: “The Fruit Market residential development has been an amazing success, with homes in the first two quarters selling very fast indeed. We’re sure Scott’s Quarter will add to that success.”
Get more information on the Fruit Market here.