Ten luxury apartments coming soon to Sheffield

19th July 2018

A bespoke development of ten luxury apartments is on the horizon within the Ranmoor Conservation Area of Fulwood set to be marketed by Redbrik Estate Agents.

Ridgemount, situated on Ivy Park Road, is a new gated apartment complex which will create a lifestyle of luxury and convenience for the discerning customer. The apartments will feature three or four bedrooms and spacious low maintenance interior layouts with beautiful kitchens and bathrooms. The property will also feature a stunning roof terrace with access for all residents. A spokesperson at the developer, FJF Homes, said: -Each apartment has been painstakingly designed to create the finest possible living environment, and so presents a rare opportunity in one of Sheffield's most sought-after locations. -We are looking forward to working closely with Redbrik to help buyers find a home they will love to live in and be proud to own. Mark Ross, director at Redbrik, added: -The Ridgemount development is a real marquee development for the S10 area - the apartments are superb and contain lots of features not seen before locally. -There's already been a great deal of interest in these wonderful homes, so I would encourage any interested buyers to contact Redbrik for more information. All apartments will feature raised ceiling heights, air recirculation and heat recovery, high efficiency sustainable underfloor heating and the added benefit of solar electricity generation. All properties are covered by 10-year NHBC warranties. A show apartment and roof terrace will be available to view late August 2018. For more information, contact Redbrik Estate Agents via email sales@redbrik.co.uk or telephone 0114 399 0567.

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