Living in Sherburn in Elmet

Living in Sherburn in Elmet

Do you want a rural family home where you have access to two of the best cities in Yorkshire? This new build, three bedroom home in the village of Sherburn in Elmet is just 30 minutes from both Leeds and York.

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This stunning new build home is set over three floors, with a spacious, separate lounge on the ground floor, fitted with carpet and featuring an under the stairs storage cupboard. Through a small hallway, which features a downstairs WC, is the modern kitchen/diner, complete with oak effect units as well as oven/hob and extractor fan. This space has enough room for a dining table and chairs, and boasts a set of French doors that open out into the private rear garden.

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On the first floor are two spacious bedrooms, one double and one single, as well as the house bathroom, fitted with a white three-piece suite including shower over bath. The large master bedroom is located on the second floor, and includes two built in cupboards and two stunning skylights. The property is fitted with carpets throughout, and benefits from off-street parking.

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Location

This stunning home is located on the new Ceretic Park development situated in the village of Sherburn in Elmet, just a 30 minute drive from both Leeds and York city centres, giving you the best of rural and city life. You’ll be just a short walk from the centre of the village which has its own train station, several schools and a great range of shops and eateries, making it the perfect place for families to call home.

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Sherburn in Elmet is also a short drive from the town of Selby which offers an even wider selection of local amenities, and is under 20 minutes from Castleford, home to the amazing Xscape centre. Also close to the development is the Sherburn Willows Nature Reserve, perfect for a family day out. The village is perfect for commuters, being located a short distance from the A1 and M1, and also has great train and bus links.

  • Selby – 20 mins
  • Castleford – 20 mins
  • Leeds – 30 mins
  • York – 30 mins
  • Wakefield – 30 mins
  • Harrogate – 45 mins
  • Hull – 1 hour

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Events in the area

 

Give your home a spring update!

Give your home a spring update!

Refreshing your home for spring doesn’t have to mean spending loads of money, and realistically nobody repaints their home for every season. With just a few cheap and simple updates, you can say goodbye to the cold, dark winter months, and welcome spring into your home!

Texture trends

If you’re looking to buy new accessories to update your home for the new season, then try copper, marble and acrylic, the biggest trends this spring. Copper adds a warm but modern touch, while marble offers a sleek feel, and acrylic makes your space feel bigger and fresher.

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Colour palette

Spring is all about pastels and bright colours to mimic the lighter days and flourishing new plants and flowers. Lavender and mint  fit with the pastel trend without being too sickly, and if you prefer more subtle colours go for creamy neutrals. Yellows and greens are also perfect for spring.

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Lighter fabrics

Switch out your thick bedding, throws and curtains for less heavy fabrics to help let the light in, and opt for soft, lighter colours to give a fresh feel and open up your space. You can still use throws to create a cosy feel, but choose ones with more vibrant prints.

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Nature

Spring is the time of year when new life is beginning, so bring this idea into your home with lots of greenery and fresh flowers. If buying new furniture pieces, go for wood and earthy textures. Choose house plants that are easy to maintain such as the snake plant of rubber plant. If you don’t want real flowers and plants, decorate with accessories in floral and leafy patterns.

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Fresh scents

Don’t just think about the visual aspects, scents can play an important role when giving your home a spring update. Having house plants and flowers will create natural scents in your home, but to give them a boost try placing reed diffusers in floral and citrus scents around your home.

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Hygge

The latest home interiors trend is hygge (hue-gah) which is a Danish word which went applied in the context of your home means to ‘decorate cosy, live simply’. Whatever makes you feel cosy, whether its cushions and throws or strings of fairy lights, add these to your home along with a more simple approach to home decor to avoid clutter and create a calming environment.

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Living in Rawdon, Leeds

Living in Rawdon, Leeds

Do you enjoy the peace and quiet of rural living, but don’t want to live in the middle of nowhere? Then the beautiful village of Rawdon in north Leeds is the perfect location!

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Property

This quaint garden apartment boasts a spacious lounge, fitted with stylish laminate flooring and featuring a fantastic fireplace. This living area is large enough to also have a dining table and chairs. The separate kitchen has been professionally re-modelled kitchen, and is fitted with a new integrated fridge/freezer, oven/hob and washer/dryer.

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The roomy double bedroom is fitted with carpet, blinds, curtain and storage cupboard, whilst the modern tiled bathroom features a white three-piece suite including shower over bath, complete with vinyl flooring, mirror and towel rail. The apartment benefits from on-site parking, a lovely front garden and external storage shed.

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Lakeside Walk is nestled in a quiet and private walkway off Larkfield Road, located in the beautiful village of Rawdon in north Leeds, between Yeadon and Horsforth. The apartment is close to the main A65 Leeds road, with Leeds and Bradford both just a 25 minutes drive away, giving you the best of both rural and city life. Rawdon village centre is just half a mile from the apartment, and the vibrant suburb of Horsforth is only 10 minutes away. Rawdon is a desirable residential village with excellent views of Aire valley, and within easy reach of Leeds Bradford International Airport.

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Just a short walk from the property is the Larkfield Dam from which Lakeside Walk derives its name. The village of Rawdon, whilst small, has plenty of local amenities including independent shops, pubs and eateries, the Rawdon Golf & Lawn Tennis Club, Micklefield Park, a surgery and community library.

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Just a ten minute drive away is the vibrant suburb of Horsforth which boasts a thriving restaurant and bar scene, and nature hotspots including Horsforth Hall Park and Cragg Hill. A few minutes north of Rawdon is the village of Yeadon, best known as being the home of Leeds Bradford Airport. Yeadon also boasts a busy high street, Yeadon Tarn and Nunroyd Park, perfect for a day out.

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Find your perfect one bedroom apartment in Yorkshire

Find your perfect one bedroom apartment in Yorkshire

If you and your partner are feeling all loved up after Valentine’s Day and thinking of moving in together, we have a range of one bedroom apartments in Leeds, York and Halifax.

Caesar Court, York

Do you an your partner dream of living in the beautiful city centre of York? This stylish one bedroom apartment is located just minutes from York train station, whilst still being within a peaceful area. Being on the ground floor, you’ll benefit from having a lovely private patio area.

Price: £700pcm | £350pcm each

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Mansion Gate, Leeds

Are you looking for a one bedroom apartment close to Leeds city centre? We have an amazing property within a popular development in the vibrant suburb of Chapel Allerton. The apartment boasts a spacious lounge with French doors, newly refurbished kitchen and bathroom, and on site parking.

Price: £675pcm | £337.50pcm each

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Barwick Place, Newton Kyme

Do you love Leeds city centre but prefer to live in the peaceful suburbs? Then this new build, one bedroom apartment in Newton Kyme is perfect for you. Located near Tadcaster and just 30 minutes from Leeds city centre, you’ll get the best of city and rural life.

Price: £520pcm | £260pcm each

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Sommerville Mews, Pudsey 

Located in the up and coming suburb of Pudsey between Leeds and Bradford, this one bedroom flat benefits from being within walking distance of shops, parks and the train station. The apartment features all white goods, a built in double wardrobe, and on site parking.

Price: £500pcm | £250pcm each

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Opus Point, Halifax

Situated in the perfect commuter town with easy access to Leeds, Bradford, Huddersfield, Wakefield and Manchester, this apartment is ideal for young working professionals. The property has many great features including white goods, dishwasher, breakfast bar, fitted wardrobe and allocated parking.

Price: £475pcm | £237.50pcm each

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Lakeside Walk, Rawdon

A beautiful one bedroom apartment in Rawdon, located between Horsforth and Yeadon. This picturesque location is perfect for those who love the nature, with Larkfield Dam just a short walk away. The ground floor flat features a small front garden, re-modelled kitchen, stunning fireplace and parking.

Price: £475pcm | £237.50pcm each

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What’s happening in Yorkshire 2017: Part 3

What’s happening in Yorkshire 2017: Part 3

In our third and final post of the What’s Happening in Yorkshire series, we’re looking at what exciting events York, Hull and Scarborough have to offer in 2017!

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York Residents’ Festival is a chance to explore this fascinating city for free! You can visit the cities best attractions for free, explore behind the scene of places not usually open to the public, and take advantage of great dining special offers! All you need is a valid YorkCard or York Student ID. 28 & 29 January. 

Step back in time with the Jorvik Viking Festival taking place this February half term! The week long celebration includes battle re-enactments, guided walks, talks and lectures, living history encampments, combat performances and loads more family-friendly events! 20-26 February.  

Let out your inner bookworm at the York Literature Festival. There are more than 60 events taking place over two weeks, with discussions, readings and performances, as well as music, comedy, cinema and theatre. 16-30 March.

Calling all chocolate lovers, this ones for you! York Chocolate Festival invites you to indulge in the Home of Chocolate and celebrate York’s confectionary history with chocolate workshops, stalls, museum attractions, demonstrations, live music and more! 14-17 April.

Whilst not one of the biggest events of it’s kind, York Pride is no less colourful and proud than any of the other pride festivals! The festival is back this year and promising to be even bigger and better than the last. 10 June.

The event of the summer in Yorkshire, the Great Yorkshire Fringe is not one to miss. With comedy, theatre, music, cabaret, activities and loads more, there’s something for everyone at this brilliant festival. 21 July-13 August.

Celebrate the amazing food and drink of the city at the York Food & Drink Festival. Following the Taster Festival on 10 & 11 June, the main festival is jam packed full of stalls, markets, workshops, live demonstrations, competitions, taste trails and lots more foodie delights. 22 September-1 October.

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Hull

In collaboration with London’s Battersea Arts Centre, Heads Up Festival presents 10 days of the best new work across theatre, dance, comedy, music and audio performance, from the most innovative and thrilling artists. 8-18 March.

WOW (Women of the World) is a festival of talks, debates, music, film, comedy and activism that celebrates women and girls and takes a frank look at what stops them from achieving their potential. 10-12 March.

With opportunities to experience the growing diversity that is the brewing industry, CAMRA will be sourcing over 130 different cask ales for the Hull Real Ale & Cider Festival this spring. 27-28 April.

The Pint of Science festival delivers interesting and relevant talks on the latest science research in an accessible format to the public – all in the pub! Topics include the mind and body, galaxies, planet Earth, and art and science coming together. 15-17 May.

BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend is set to be one of the musical highlights of Hull UK City of Culture 2017, with confirmed acts including Kings of Leon, Little Mix and Stormzy. 27-28 May.

The Hull Folk and Maritime Festival is four days of music, dance and history that celebrate Hull’s rich and unique folk heritage. 20-23 July.

Hull’s spectacular, award-winning grassroots festival, Humber Street Sesh, returns for another year, showcasing emerging homegrown talent across all music genres. 5 August.

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Scarborough

At this years Coastival, you can expect to see artwork, music and performances in unusual locations as it looks to break with people’s expectations of a traditional arts festival. 18-19 February. 

Join the thousands of Goths and alternatives of all ages and walks of life for the amazing Whitby Goth Weekend. Spend the nights watching fantastic live music or the days shopping in the various ‘Bizarre Bazaar’ locations. 21-23 April.

For the third year in a row, Scarborough will be an official host town for the Tour de Yorkshire in 2017. The third edition of the race takes place between 28-30 April 2017. It encompasses all four corners of the county and takes in Yorkshire’s two UNESCO World Heritage Sites at Fountains Abbey and Saltaire. Bridlington-Scarborough 28 April.

Whether you want a new tattoo or just want to look at the amazing art work, head down to the Scarborough Tattoo Show this May, with over 50 award winning tattoo artists. 27-28 May.

Sample the best local produce at the Eat Yorkshire Food Festival in Filey, with three events throughout the year. Indulge in artisan breads, pates, pies, cheeses, cakes, jams, ciders, ales and so much more! 10-11 Jun, 12-13 Aug, 14-15 Oct.

SEAFEST Maritime Heritage Festival takes place on West Pier next to Scarborough’s idyllic harbour and South Bay Beach. A firm favourite with families to mark the start of the summer holidays, the event is now in its 19th year! 21-23 July.

If you’re a jazz music fan, then the Scarborough Jazz Festival is a must visit event for you! With a line up of world class jazz artists, this year is set to be even better than the last. 22-24 September.

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New development in Denholme!

New development in Denholme!

Space Property are delighted to offer several new build homes to rent on the Long Causeway development in the beautiful rural town of Denholme. If you want to enjoy the peaceful countryside lifestyle, whilst being close to nearby towns and cities, then this is the perfect place for you.

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An entrance hall leads into the spacious separate lounge, fitted with carpet and benefitting from a storage cupboard. The modern kitchen is fitted with high gloss units and complete with integrated oven, hob and extractor fan. This space leads into the rear lobby, which provides access to the downstairs WC and rear garden.

The property comprises of three spacious bedrooms, two doubles and one single, all fitted with carpet, and the clean-finished house bathroom is fitted with a white three-piece suite including shower over bath, and also features an airing cupboard. The properties also benefit from a rear garden, off-street parking and gas central heating.

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Location

The new Long Causeway development is situated in the lovely rural town of Denholme, just 20 minutes from Halifax, with amazing countryside views due to its location on the edge of the Bronte moors. The town has a range of local amenities including a primary school, eateries, convenience stores, a cricket club, Foster Park and the Doe Park Water Activities Centre next to Denholme Beck. As well as being close to Halifax, the development provides easy access to other Yorkshire towns including Keighley, Haworth, Shipley and Thornton, and is an easy drive to both Leeds and Bradford. The Denholme Together website provides loads of information about the town including news and events in the area.

Local amenties:

  • Denholme Primary School
  • Supermarket and Co-Op
  • Pharmacy and Surgery
  • Denholme Cricket Club
  • Keighley Road and Halifax Road
  • Foster Park
  • Doe Park Water Activities Centre and Denholme Sailing Club
  • Hollin Park
  • Stubden Reservoir

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