Village Living in Craven

Village Living in Craven

The village of Sutton-in-Craven may be small, but it has plenty to offer! Enjoy the peaceful rural life in this beautiful duplex apartment.

 

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The property

This stunning two bedroom duplex apartment is situated within the award-winning Spinningfields development, a beautifully converted textile mill, mixing the old with the new.

The apartment embraces open plan living with a spacious lounge area and fully integrated kitchen. The lounge has large feature windows allowing light to flood the room. The beautifully-finished modern kitchen boasts integrated appliances including oven/hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer.

 

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Both bedrooms in the property, one double and one single, are fitted with carpet, offer plenty of storage space, and feature large windows letting in plenty of light. The spacious, fully tiled bathroom features large bath, shower cubicle, and unique shelving area, providing a luxurious place to relax after a long day. As well as being set within a well-maintained development, there is an allocated parking space for each property.

 

The location

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Places you MUST visit in the Yorkshire countryside

Places you MUST visit in the Yorkshire countryside

Yorkshire is called God’s Own County for a reason, it has everything you need! From stunning countryside to vibrant cities, it really does have it all. So for English Tourism, we’re celebrating all the amazing places that Yorkshire has to offer. In the first of two blogs, we’re exploring all the incredible countryside of our county.

North York Moors

Over 1400 miles of natural beauty including heather moorland (which turn purple in late summer), pine forests, rolling hills and wildlife. Picturesque and tranquil with historic abbeys, castles, priories, and traditional pubs. Fun acitivties for the whole family include walking, cycling and horse riding. Best towns in the region: Guisborough, Helmsley, Pickering, Rosedale Abbey and Stokesley.

View from Gribdale in the North York Moors National Park towards Roseberry Topping.

Yorkshire Dales

Exoplore the stunning scenery in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The southern Dales are less remote, whilst the northern Dales have rugged scenery ideal for walking, and the West offers pretty villages and towns. Best towns in the region: Skipton, Pateley Bridge, Richmond, Settle, Malham, Ingleton, Wensleydale, Masham and Leyburn.

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Yorkshire Coast

 

  • Robin Hood’s Bay: the most raw of the coastlines, with towering cliffs, fishing cottages, and unusual architecture, the perfect ‘lost in time’ getaway
  • Filey: Traditional seaside resort with sandy beach, lovely promenade, and the best fish and chips in Yorkshire
  • Flamborough: Rugged white cliffs create the perfect environment for bird-watching, hiking and sea canoeing. Visit the scenic nature reserve and two ancient lighthouses in this beautiful conservation area
  • Whitby: A seaside town with a difference- cobbled lanes, ancient vampire legends and working harbour, as well as cosy taverns and lively bars
  • Bridlington: Walk along elegant promenades, sandy beaches and the historic harbour, where you’ll also find quirky seaside entertainment

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Peak District

Britain’s first National Park, home to moorlands, rolling hills and dales, scented meadows and leafy forests. Visit Chatsworth House, Renishaw Hall Gardens and Bolsover Castle. Great for an active holiday with climbing, mountain biking, hiking and horse riding. Best towns in the region: Ashbourne, Matlock Bath, Chesterfield, and Buxton.

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Yorkshire Wolds

Charming and peaceful countryside with glorious chalk hills, postcard-perfect villages and landscaped gardens. Stretches west from Flamborough to Malton then south to Humber Bridge. Walk around Sledmere House and Sewerby Hall, or walk along the Wolds Way National Trail (maybe not all 79 miles though!). Wold Edge lodge accommodation is the perfect place to stay, with local owners who share their knowledge for a hassle free stay. Best towns in the region: Howden, Hedon, Pocklington, Driffield and Beverley.

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Next week we’ll be talking about the amazing towns and cities in Yorkshire!

 

 

New build apartments in Newton Kyme!

New build apartments in Newton Kyme!

Get the best of both city and rural life at our new build apartments on the prestigious Papyrus Works development. Located in the peaceful village of Newton Kyme in Tadcaster, you’ll be just 30 minutes from both Leeds and York city centres.

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The properties

We are offering a selection of 1 and 2 bedroom apartments on this stunning new development, which offer modern living in a beautiful village location.

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In all of the apartments, there is a bright and spacious open plan living area, with plenty of room for dining table and chairs. Each stylish kitchen comes complete with oven/hob and extractor fan. The house bathrooms are fitted with a white three-piece suite including shower over bath, and all apartments feature additional storage space in the hallway.

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In the one bedroom apartments, there are spacious double bedrooms fitted with carpet, whilst the two bedroom apartments comprise of one double and one single bedroom, with the master bedrooms benefitting from an ensuite shower room with WC. As well as all of this, each household will be given an on site parking space.

The location

These stunning new build apartments are located on the prestigious Papyrus Works development by Redrow, in the village of Newton Kyme near Tadcaster. Whilst enjoying the peace and quiet of rural living, the development is located just half an hour from both Leeds and York city centres, as well as the stunning towns of Harrogate and Selby.

The development is located next to Newton Kyme Hall and St Andrew’s Church, and close to the River Wharfe with stunning countryside views. The village has a great community spirit and is an ideal place for families. Newton Kyme has great transport links, being easily accessible via the A1 and A64, and with regular bus services to nearby towns and cities. There is also a train station just 10 minutes away in Ulleskelf.

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Closer by is the town of Tadcaster, which offers a range of local amenities just 5 minutes away. Here you’ll find a number of shops, pubs, eateries and a leisure centre. About 10 minutes to the west of Newton Kyme is the town of Boston Spa, which also offers a range of amenities including several schools, a library and excellent restaurants such as Stew & Oyster.

For a fun family day out or weekend away, the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is a 50 minute drive, Hull just over an hour, the Yorkshire Dales National Park 90 minutes, and the seaside town of Bridlington just 1 hour 20 minutes!

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Rural living in Cononley

Rural living in Cononley

Would you love to live in a picturesque village on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales? This stunning two bedroom home is ideally situated on the village of Cononley between Keighley and Skipton, giving you the best of peaceful rural life.

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The property

On entering the house, you are greeted by a large hallway, leading up to the stairs and featuring a small WC, ideal when entertaining guests. To the left, a door leads into the modern kitchen which offers plenty of cupboard space, and is complete with integrated oven/hob. The spacious lounge to the rear of the home is the perfect place for the whole family to relax, fitted with carpet and offering views out into the garden. An under the stairs cupboard provides extra storage space, and the back door opens out into the private rear garden which offers amazing countryside views.

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The property comprises of two spacious bedrooms, one double and one single, making this home ideal for couples and small families, or even a single person. Both bedrooms are fitted with carpet and boast lovely countryside views. The modern part-tiled bathroom is complete with a white three-piece suite including shower over bath. The property is fitted with carpets and vinyl flooring throughout, and the quiet street provides safe parking.

The location 

Airedale Ings is located in the beautiful village of Cononley in North West Yorkshire, situated 12 minutes from Keighley and 10 minutes from Skipton, with the Yorkshire Dales just beyond that. Enjoy the peaceful village life with local pubs, a primary school, village shop and post office all a few minutes away, whilst still being well connected by regular bus services and the Cononley train station just around the corner. If you want to venture into the city, Bradford is just a 35 minute journey away, and Leeds only 45 minutes by train.

 

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Highlights:

  • Cononley Community Primary School
  • Railway Inn and The New Inn
  • Cononley Train Station
  • River Aire and Leeds & Liverpool Canal
  • Cononley Village Shop & Post Office
  • Riverside Campsite
  • Something Arty art gallery
  • Cononley Village Insitute

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The Yorkshire Dales

Just a 20 minute drive from the property is the beautiful Yorkshire Dales National Park, one of the highlights of Yorkshire. The Dales provides endless days out with 840 square miles of breath-taking scenery, protected wildlife and rich heritage. Whether you prefer a relaxed stroll, a serious hike or an adventurous bike ride, there’s something for everyone to do.

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As well as the stunning nature, you can discover the many castles in Skipton, Ripley and Bolton, and explore Fountains Abbey and Bolton Abbey to get a feel of it’s medieval past. Alongside the national park is the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a breath-taking dramatic landscape.

There are also many picturesque towns and villages nestled in between the Dales’ rolling hills, including Leyburn, Masham, Settle, Malham and Ingleton, which all offer great days out and their own unique village feel.

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Top 10 things to do

  1. Malham Cove
  2. Aysgarth Falls
  3. The Ingleton Waterfalls Trail
  4. White Scar Cave, Ingleton
  5. Janet’s Foss, Malham
  6. Ribblehead Viaduct
  7. Settle Carlisle Railway
  8. Ingleborough Caves
  9. Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway

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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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Village living in Sutton-In-Craven, Keighley

Village living in Sutton-In-Craven, Keighley

An amazing two-bedroom duplex apartment, located at the award-winning Spinningfields development in the stunning village of Sutton-in-Craven, situated in Aire Valley between Keighley and Skipton.

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First floor:  This incredible apartment embraces open-plan living, wFlat 16 Spinningfields (1)ith an entrance hall leading into a large lounge and kitchen, with plenty of space for a dining table. A separate W.C is located in the entrance hall, and an airing cupboard provides extra storage space opposite the kitchen. The lounge area has a beautiful feature window with great views, as well as a fitted carpet for a cosy feel. The modern kitchen boasts white high gloss units and sleek black worktops, and includes fully integrated appliances with an oven/hob and extractor, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer and dishwasher. The open-plan layout creates a bright, open space that is luxurious and relaxing.

9Spinningfields-printGround floor: In this duplex apartment, a staircase leads down on the ground floor to two spacious double bedrooms, both with large windows, skylights on the ceiling and original beams giving the rooms plenty of character. There is also a brilliant crash space on the ground floor, which can be used as a dressing room, office space, spare room or anything you want! The large bathroom is fully-tiled, including a unique shelving area, shower cubicle and generous bath. This apartment also has allocated parking, making it ideal for commuters.

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Location

This fantastic apartment is situated within a stunning award-winning development in Sutton-In-Craven, located in the heart of Aire Valley, with Skipton to the north-west and Keighley to the south-east. Other surrounding villages Sutton in Cinclude Silsden, Steeton, Cross Hills, Cononley and Eastburn. Sutton-In-Craven is ideal if you love the peace and quiet of rural living, with traditional pubs the Black Bull Inn and the Kings Arms Inn both just around the corner. There is also a lovely green space just across the road from this development, which the Sutton Beck runs through. There are also a number of great schools in the area, as well as independent shops and convenience stores.

Sutton-In-Craven is not far from nearby towns and cities, with Leeds just an hour drive away, Bradford 40 minutes, and Skipton and Keighley both just 15 minutes Sutton in C4away. The development has allocated parking, but there is also a great bus route with a stop across the road, and train stations in Cononley and Steeton. Sutton-In-Craven is also surrounded by beautiful countryside and nature, with the Yorkshire Dales just north of Skipton, adjacent to the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the Forest of Bowland AONB to the west. And if you fancy going further afield for a day out or weekend break, both Blackpool and the Lake District are only an 80 minute drive away!

What to do

Sutton-In-Craven may be a small village, but it has a great community sprit and is a perfect place for families. There’s a range of wellbeing activities for all ages held in the village. For adults there are:

  • Fitness class, Mondays 6:30-7:30pm @ Village Hall
  • CobraFIT, Mondays 9:30-10:30am & Tuesdays 6:30-7:30pm @ Village Hall
  • BalletFIT Thursdays 6:30-7:30pm @ Village Hall
  • Pilates, Wednesdays 10-11am @ Village Hall
  • Circuits, Mondays 7-7:45pm @ South Craven School
  • Cheer Fitness (6:30pm) & Street Fitness (7:30pm) Mondays, @ South Craven School for 16+

And for children there are dance classes at the South Craven School on Saturdays, a Rugby Club for 8-11 year olds, and readers’ activity days at the Cross Hills library for 9-11 year olds on May 14th and June 25th. If you have some spare time, you can also volunteer at the library for any role, with an open day being held on June 11th.

The village is also the location of Lund’s Tower which is great for a family stroll with stunning views, especially if you climb up the tSutton in C3ower where you can see for miles! The nearby village of Cross Hills has some great pubs and eateries including Zolsha and The Old White Bear, and is home to the Naylor’s Brewery. A 15 minute drive will take you to Keighley, where you will find historical attractions such as Cliffe Castle Park & Museum, Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, and the Bronte Parsonage Museum. Venture up towards Skipton for incredible walks around the Yorkshire Dales and Nidderdale, or make the journey to Leeds for amazing shops and Sutton in C5restaurants. Sutton-In-Craven is a great central location that gives you access to some of the best cities and countryside in the country!