Den Architecture is the lead designer. Credit: via Dragonfly

Torsion Homes teams up with Christine Yorath

A £12m development of nine homes will be advanced by the joint venture partners in Shadwell, north Leeds.

Named Val D’or, the development will be taken forward by Torsion Homes with designs by Den Architecture and interiors by Yorath – interior design being one of the specialisms of the well-known developer and consultant.

Monroe Estates will market the properties.

Designed in an Art Deco style to reflect the building previously at this location, the development will include a heated driveway and landscaped gardens.

Each apartment features private balconies and terraces. There will be a resident’s gym.

Property developer Christine Yorath said: “I am delighted to announce my collaboration with Dan Spencer, CEO of Torsion Group, and his exceptional team to bring this high-calibre development to fruition.

“Our shared vision for superior construction aligns seamlessly with Torsion’s commitment to excellence. The idea to replace the original house with exclusive residences by working with Torsion and Den Architecture will represent the pinnacle in luxury living.”

Dan Spencer, chief executive of Torsion Group, said: “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to collaborate with Christine on these remarkable and unique new residences. Sustainability is at the core of the design, and we are confident that they will be highly sought-after homes in LS17.

“The Residences at Val D’Or will provide an unparalleled living experience, and the team have focused on making sure that innovation meets sophistication, whilst respecting the original art deco architecture.”

Ian Worthington, managing director of Torsion Homes, said: “This unique project will deliver high-quality luxury residences to the LS17 area of Leeds. We are proud to be delivering what is undoubtably the most exclusive new residential development in Leeds during 2024. We look forward to delivering these exclusive residences with Christine.”

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Nice project but heated driveways – for what 4 weeks of snow/frost a year.
I can understand in Montana where it’s winter for 4 or 5 months of the year. There will always be buyers for spec houses, let’s hope they are spec suitable for a U.K. buyer

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