Chance for Yorkshire househunters to land 'golden egg'

By The Newsroom
Tuesday, 20th March 2018, 10:29 am
Updated Tuesday, 20th March 2018, 11:02 am

House buyers across the region could be in for an extra special treat this Easter weekend.Housebuilder Miller Homes will be hiding a golden egg in each of its Yorkshire show homes.Anyone who reserves a home over the Easter Weekend will be invited to hunt for the egg to receive a fabulous prize to help towards their new home .They could also possibly win a weekend in York – a city renowned for its history, not least in chocolate making.“Hidden in our golden eggs will be a voucher to redeem at our Choices Centre which buyers can use towards upgrading certain elements of their home or purchasing additional items such as lighting, flooring and window dressings,” said Michael Goodwin, sales manager at Miller Homes Yorkshire.“It’s a great opportunity to have a little fun and find a little extra financial help towards a new home.”The hunt will take place from Good Friday until close of business on Easter Monday across all developments in the Yorkshire region. These include Eyre View in Chesterfield.In addition, all those that reserve over the Easter Weekend will have their details entered into a prize draw to potentially win an overnight stay at the luxurious Grand Hotel in York. York has just been named as the country’s best place to live in the Sunday Times listing of the nation’s favourites.“As the days draw out many people’s thoughts turn towards the summer and their goals for 2018,” said Michael.“With a quarter of the year almost gone and our homes continuing to sell fast at all our developments we urge anyone who has house moving on their to-do list to pay us a visit.”The winning voucher will be worth £1000 and can be redeemed at the housebuilder’s Choices Centre.No cash alternative will be available, and the egg, if discovered, will be hidden again in a different place for another potential homeowner to find.Miller Homes currently has ten developments across the region ranging from rural settings to those on the fringes of Yorkshire towns and cities.These include Sheffield, Harrogate, Boston Spa, Bradford, Eastburn, Huddersfield, Wakefield, Selby, Chesterfield and Barnsley.Three bedroom homes are currently priced from £149,995 at Honeywell Grange, Barnsley, whilst a five bedroom executive home at Chene Hall, Killinghall is marketed at £494,950.Further information about the competition can be found by visiting