Home Property & Construction Beal buyers reserve luxury homes worth over £2m at Turpin’s Chase launch

Beal buyers reserve luxury homes worth over £2m at Turpin’s Chase launch

Sales Executive Abigail Moody cuts the ribbon to mark the opening of the Turpin’s Chase launch with Beal Homes team members, from left, Kaye Garwood, Sam Cody and Jamie Barrington and mortgage advisor Richard Hall. Picture: R&R Studio.

Eager house hunters have snapped up luxury homes worth more than £2m at the launch of a highly-anticipated new development in the idyllic East Yorkshire village of Welton.

Turpin’s Chase is the latest development by family-owned housebuilder Beal Homes and will feature three, four and five bedroom homes, and three bedroom bungalows, with prices ranging from £305,000 to £495,000.

Dozens of house hunters attended the launch at Beal’s head office at Bridgehead business park in Hessle when the first 11 of the 52 homes at Turpin’s Chase were released.

Sue Waudby, Sales and Marketing Director at Beal Homes, said: “We’re delighted with the success of the Turpin’s Chase launch, which confirmed the high levels of interest we have had in this development.

“Welton is a lovely village, in a great location with excellent schools, facilities and activities all on the doorstep. It’s one of East Yorkshire’s most sought-after locations and the perfect place for semi-rural living.”

Turpin’s Chase follows Beal’s successful previous development in Welton, Turpin’s Heath, which was completed in 2019. Both developments are named after infamous highwayman Dick Turpin, who was captured at the site of Welton’s 17th century coaching inn, The Green Dragon, in 1738.

Beal Homes has won a host of local, regional and national awards recognising the quality of its homes and developments, as well as the exceptional service the company offers to buyers, including five Yorkshire Housebuilder of the Year Awards over the past six years.
This year Beal was awarded a prestigious five star top rating for customer satisfaction by the Home Builders Federation (HBF) for the second year running.