St Paul’s Lock is Darren Smith Homes’ flagship development and is located in the heart of Mirfield’s conservation area, on the banks of the Calder & Hebble navigation canal.
Strong emphasis is placed on providing luxury combined with these convenience in these age-exclusive homes, which are aimed at the over 55s.
This exclusive collection of one and two-bedroom apartments are set within a private, secure and gated community and benefit from south-facing views and a canal-side location.
Mirfield’s shops, cafés, supermarkets, banks and bus stops are only a few minutes’ walk away. The railway station, which has direct links to Leeds, Manchester and London, is also within easy walking distance.
Darren Smith Homes will soon be commencing construction of their new development Waterworth Court. 70 stylish luxury age exclusive apartments in Mirfield.
Darren Smith Homes created this development with the very important objective to help first-time buyers on to the property ladder! Bank View consisted of eight, two-bedroom apartments ideal for young professionals looking for a first home that combined both value and class.
Showcasing a collection of individually designed 4 and 5 bedroom homes, The Castle Mount plot, created with a touch of elegance and reached through a private, gated entrance, was developed in a highly sought after area of Mirfield.
Radley Court is a first-class development of two and three-bedroom homes set within a highly sought-after area, adjacent to the beautiful grounds of the College of the Resurrection. This development included 16 houses incorporating five different house styles.
Mirfield is a traditional West Yorkshire town set in the beautiful countryside of Kirklees.
With easy access to Leeds, Huddersfield and Manchester, Mirfield residents enjoy great facilities and amenities, all contributing to a great way of lie.
These are not only well served by good commuter links but by the array of town centre shops and boutiques, health and beauty spas, sports facilities, all surrounded by scenic countryside.
Mirfield is also home to a range of landmarks such as St Mary’s Church, plus the annual agricultural event, the Mirfield show.
The town benefits from great restaurants and pubs that sit alongside the picturesque Calder and Hebble navigation which traditionally served the textile mills of West Yorkshire.
The local area also offers many leisure and sporting facilities including golf courses, tennis courts, cricket and bowling clubs, as well as an array of woodland and waterside walks.
In adherence with government guidelines and observing strict social distancing for your safety, we are now able to open for viewings by appointment only.