Ripponden Vale Built


Ripponden Vale

Ripponden, North Yorkshire

Ripponden Vale

11 Houses

3-5 Bedroom Properties


Our second development in the pretty village of Ripponden has exceeded all our expectations. The first phase of seven detached and semi-detached houses quickly sold,  and we are starting phase two in the summer of 2017.

Ripponden Vale is an exclusive development on the site of a former garage at Dam Top. The spacious three and four bedroom houses  overlook the River Ryburn,  and houses in the first phase have gardens and a woodland area.

Phase two consists of seven houses and three apartments,  and there is already a database of more than 50 names .  Prices are due to be released shortly and the first houses will be ready to move into  before the end of the year.

“We are really pleased at the way Ripponden Vale has sold. We could have sold phase one 10 times over. I think that is  down to the stonework , the design and the location. They are very attractive houses and Ripponden is a very up-market village to live in ,” says Redwater director, Sean McCaul.
A third Ripponden site is in the pipeline and we hope to submit plans for this in autumn of 2017. 

Ripponden Vale
ripponden vale garden


Why choose Ripponden? Well for starters it is well connected.  You have easy access to the M62 motorway, and both Manchester and Leeds can be reached in around 30 minutes.  The nearest train station is less than two miles away in Sowerby Bridge and this has speedy links to both cities. 

It has impressive junior and senior schools – Rishworth Private School is just down the road –  and great sporting facilities including a bowling club, tennis courts, cricket and football clubs, gyms, and an abundance of country and riverside walks. Cyclists love the area as well.

Ripponden itself is stepped in history. It is on a main former packhorse route from Halifax over the Pennines into Lancashire, and has its own conservation area which includes the Church of St Bartholomew, the Old Bridge Inn and a packhorse bridge over the River Ryburn.