Focus on: Malton

Focus on: Malton

Located in the beautiful North Yorkshire near the Howardian Hills, the town of Malton is known as the food capital of the county, and offers everything a family needs.

The property

As you step into this newly built 3 bedroom home, you’ll find a large hallway with storage cupboard and WC. Through a door is the stylish kitchen, fitted with white high gloss units and integrated oven/hob. To the rear of the property is a spacious living area, fully carpeted and featuring patio doors leading out into the private rear garden.

Upstairs are three bedrooms, two doubles and one single, all fitted with carpet. The master bedroom additionally benefits from an ensuite shower room, whilst the house bathroom is fitted with a white three-piece suite including shower over bath. The property also benefits from allocated parking and gas central heating.

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The location

Greengage Close is located on the newly built Broughton Manor development in the beautiful town of Malton in Ryedale, situated on the edge of the Howardian Hills and the North York Moors. Malton is a 40 minute drive from York city centre, and under and hour from the stunning East Yorkshire Coast, which includes Scarborough, Filey and Bridlington.

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The “Food Capital”

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  • Overton’s Butchers and Fox’s Butchers and Game Dealer
  • Dales Fruit and Veg and Paley’s Fruit and Veg
  • Malton Relish Deli and Dickens of a Deli
  • Malton Fisheries
  • Scoops Ingredients Shop
  • The Patisserie and Costello’s bakery
  • Mennels Chocolates
  • Beechams Health Foods

In terms of eating out, The Talbot Hotel is certainly one of the best, with mouth-watering seasonal dishes using the best of Yorkshire produce, and an extensive wine list. The Malton Brasserie is a great eatery for the whole family, with dishes such as mussels steamed in Ampleforth cider, and a children’s menu, served in a relaxed, unfussy environment. The New Malton is a great gastropub serving delicious local dishes, whilst The Yard is a contemporary pub with a traditional Yorkshire welcome. Try Tuis Thai for something a little different, offering Thai dishes cooked with fresh Yorkshire ingredients. To dine, drink and socialise in comfort, the infamous Rory’s Bar is the place to be. If you’re looking for cute cafes, Leoni’s serves the best coffee and afternoon tea, whilst the New Brew Tea Room is famed for its fresh to order breakfasts, cooked with the finest produce. These are just a few of the many eateries around Malton, with so much to try you could never get bored!

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  • Howardian Hills (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and Castle Howard
  • Wolds Way Lavender and Herb Farm
  • North York Moors National Park
  • Yorkshire Lavender: with gardens, a farm, deer park and sculpture park
  • Eden Camp and Malton Museum
  • The Milton Rooms: art hub for emerging artists to showcase their work
  • Scampston Hall Grade II* Listed building

 

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Living in Knottingley, Wakefield

Living in Knottingley, Wakefield

Barley Mews is located in the town of Knottingley near Pontefract, less than half an hour from Wakefield city centre. If you’re looking for a stunning new family home in a quiet town that provides excellent access to major towns and cities of Yorkshire, this is the place for you!

The property

This two bedroom semi-detached home has an entrance hall that leads into a bright and spacious lounge with fitted carpet, making it the perfect space for the whole family to relax.

The modern kitchen features white high gloss units and oak worktops, and includes oven/hob and extractor fan, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer.  This space provides room for dining table and chairs, and the back door leads out in the rear garden, which boasts a patio are and shed. An under the stairs cupboard provides extra storage space, and a small WC helps to ease the morning rush.

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The property comprises of two double bedrooms, with the front bedroom additionally benefitting from a fitted storage cupboard. The modern family bathroom has sleek black and grey tiles, and features a white three-piece suite including shower over bath. The property also benefits from off-street parking and a large rear garden.

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The location

The lovely family home is located in the Wakefield town of Knottingley, situated on a quiet cul de sac with within walking distance of local convenience stores, eateries, schools and a playground. The River Aire runs to the north of Knottingley, providing lovely riverside walks, and there’s also the Willow Garth Nature Reserve.

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Knottingley also has excellent transport links, with a bus stop round the corner from the property, the train station a 15 minute walk away, and both the A1 and M62 close by, making this location ideal for commuters. Wakefield city centre is a 25 minute drive, Leeds 30 minutes, and York 40 minutes.

Knottingley is also just 10 minutes from the larger towns of Pontefract and Castleford. Pontefract offers many more local amenities, including a hospital, swimming pool, bars and restaurants, and the historic Pontefract Castle.

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Pontefract also enjoys many lovely parks including Pontefract Valley Gardens, Harewood Park, Pease Park, and Pontefract Park and Boating Lake.

Castleford also offers many shops, schools and leisure facilities, the most popular being the Xscape centre, which is home to adventure golf, lazer zone, trampoline park, skiing, cinema and loads of restaurants, with Junction 32 Shopping Village next door.

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Find your dream two bed apartment in Yorkshire!

Find your dream two bed apartment in Yorkshire!

Whether you’re moving in with a friend, or are a couple who want a little extra room, we have a range of two bedroom apartments available, from new builds to quirky character properties, located in the best cities in Yorkshire; Leeds, York, Sheffield and Wakefield. Bonus: all have on site parking!

Allerton Croft, Chapel Allerton, Leeds

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Enjoy loft-style living in this gorgeous top floor apartment located in the vibrant suburb of Chapel Allerton, just 10 minutes from Leeds city centre. The unique apartment features a spacious lounge with laminate flooring, sloping ceilings and velux/circular windows. Round the corner is the fully equipped kitchen with oven/hob, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer and microwave. The apartment has two spacious bedrooms, both fitted with carpet and built in wardrobes. The house bathroom features a white three-piece suite including shower over bath.

Price: £600pcm | £300pcm each

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Mansion Gate Mews, Chapel Allerton, Leeds

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Also located in the buzzing suburb of Chapel Allerton, this spacious apartment is truly stunning! The separate lounge is bright and spacious, fitted with laminate flooring, and a door leads through to the beautiful dining area, complete with French door and a Juliet balcony. Through an arch way is the newly refurbished kitchen, finished with oven/hob, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer. The two double bedrooms are spacious and carpeted, with the master bedroom benefitting from an ensuite shower room, which along with the house bathroom, have both been recently refurbished.

Price: £775pcm | £387.50pcm each

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Papyrus Works, Newton Kyme, Selby

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If you’re looking for a new build apartment located within half an hour of both Leeds and York city centres, then these just-completed apartments are perfect for you! Situated in the peaceful village of Newton Kyme near Tadcaster, you’ll get the best of city-style living in a beautiful rural location. The apartments have a large open plan living are and gorgeous kitchen fitted with oven and hob, offering plenty of room for dining table and chairs. As well as the two bedroom apartments, there is also one self-contained coach house which benefits from all the same features, as well as having its own private entrance!

Price: £600pcm | £300pcm each

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Maplehurst Avenue, Clifton/Heworth, York

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Want to have easy access to the beautiful York city centre, but want to be away from the hustle and bustle? Located just 10 minutes from the centre, this modern apartment gives you the best of both worlds, situated between the suburbs of Clifton and Heworth. The apartment boasts a beautiful separate lounge, and fully equipped kitchen with oven/hob, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer. The two bedrooms are fitted with carpet, and the house bathroom is fitted with a white three-piece suite including shower over bath.

Price: £550pcm | £275pcm each

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Foster, Millsands, Sheffield city centre

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Live within walking distance of Sheffield city centre in this fully furnished apartment, overlooking the River Don. Enjoy an open plan living area with newly refurbished kitchen, complete with oven/hob, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer, as well as 2 sofas, coffee table, dining table and chairs in the lounge area. The bedrooms come with double beds and set of drawers, whilst the bathroom has shower over bath. The rent includes £26pcm for water, and on site parking is available!

Price: £586pcm | £293pcm each

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Vaughan Way, Chapelthorpe, Wakefield

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If you’re looking for a peaceful, more secluded place to live, this self-contained apartment located in the suburb of Chapelthorpe, just 15 minutes from Wakefield city centre, and 10 minutes from the renowned Yorkshire Sculpture Park! The apartment has its own entrance, leading up to a separate lounge and kitchen fully fitted with white goods. There are two double bedrooms and a house bathroom with white three-piece suite. The cul de sac position means this apartment enjoys the peace and quiet, whilst still being within easy reach of local amenities.

Price: £380pcm | £190pcm each

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Easter activities in Yorkshire!

Easter activities in Yorkshire!

Cadbury Egg Hunt at Nostell Priory, Wakefield

April 1 – 20 

Head down to Nostell Priory and take part in Cadburys Easter Egg Hunt! Cadburys have partnered with the National Trust to create a series of action-packed family days out.

To claim your Cadbury chocolate prize, you will need to wind your way through the wild woodlands and alongside lakes to find the clues and puzzles left behind!

Nostell Priory and Park is an 18th century architectural masterpiece with landscaped park and gardens. Take a walk around the kitchen garden and follow the winding paths through the pleasure grounds.

The Easter Egg hunt is open 10:00am – 4:00pm and admission only costs £2!

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Eggstrodinary Science Show at Thwaite Mills Watermill

April 6

Every Thursday afternoon in the school holidays, Thwaite Mills will be running fun science and experiment sessions suitable for all the family. This week they are exploring eggs in the Eggstrordinary Science Show.

Admission is free to the museum and no booking is required. The show starts at 1:00pm – 3:00pm.

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Easter Adventure at Stockeld Park

April 8 – 24

There are all sort of fun events happening at Stockeld Park this Easter, from giant egg hunts through the Enchanted Forest, to meet and greets with the Easter Bunny and Little Bo Beep. Visitors can also design their own chocolate bar, get lost in a giant maze, have a go on some Bumper Boats, visit the Stockeld Park Ponies, and catch the Doris the Dragon Easter Show.

Day pass from £12.50

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Easter Extravaganza at Stirley Farm

April 12

Hunt for eggs (of the chocolate variety) at Stirley Community Farm in Huddersfield, and enjoy lots of Easter themed fun. The farm, leased from Kirklees Council since 2011, is an exciting rural adventure into the world of food and farming covering 240 acres. Expect to get up close and personal with shorthorn cattle and find out more about food-growing, apples and beehives.

Admission fee £3 to £4.

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York Chocolate Festival

April 14 – 17

The city of York has had a long and distinguished history with the confectionery and chocolate industry. Even back in 1781 the city boasted 8 confectioners for its 17,000 inhabitants. The annual York Chocolate Festival celebrates the industry, chocolate lovers, artisan chocolatiers, museums and attraction and shares a piece of York’s chocolate history. To complete the chocolate experience, local chefs and chocolatiers will be demonstrating how to make chocolate and how to use chocolate in sweet and savoury dishes. Admission is free!

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Towns & cities you MUST visit in Yorkshire

Towns & cities you MUST visit in Yorkshire

In this two part blog series celebrating the best place in Yorkshire for English Tourism Week, were looking at the best town and cities you need to visit!

Leeds

Quickly becoming one of the most popular cities in England, Leeds has something for everyone. You have amazing new shopping centres such as Trinity Centre and Victoria Gate, alongside traditional places including Kirkgate Market and Corn Exchange. The city has a fantastic range of restaurants and bars, in the centre as well as in the suburbs, which have  just as much to offer. As well as the glitz and glam, you have many beautiful parks and green spaces in the suburbs such as Horsforth Hall Park, Otley Chevin Park, Rodley Nature Reserve and so much more. Leeds also offers a unique and diverse range of events throughout the year including live music festivals, food shows, independent film screenings and many more special events.

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York

Known for its rich history and culture, York is definitely one of the top picks for a day out or weekend away. It not only has a fantastic selection of independent eateries, bars and shops, but there’s so much to see such as York Minster, the City Walls, Monkgate Bar and The Shambles. There is also a whole host of museums and galleries to explore including York Castle Museum and Gardens, Jorvik Viking Centre, and the York City Art Gallery. Whether your going as a couple, a group of friends or a family, there’s plenty to do for everyone!

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Hull

Named as the UK City of Culture 2017, Hull is fast becoming one of the most popular destinations in Yorkshire. With a jam-packed events schedule for the whole year, you’ll find plenty of reasons to go and visit, from dance performances to real ale festivals, live music to cultural celebrations, and everything in between. As well as a range of events, there’s loads of famous attractions including the Humber Bridge, The Deep, the Maritime Museum and Victoria Dock. And with ferries over to the Netherlands and Belgium, its the perfect stop off point!

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Sheffield

The infamous Steel City may be small but its definitely mighty! Being close to the Peak District and named the Outdoor City, Sheffield has plenty to do for the sport and nature lovers, whilst also having so much more to offer. Known for its great live music scene, it is home to the notorious Tramlines festival and many legendary venues including Leadmill, Corporation, The Harley and West Street Live. For more peace and quiet, there’s many lovely green spaces such as the Botanical Gardens, Peace Gardens and Winter Gardens, as well as Weston Park, Ponderosa and Norfolk Heritage Park. For culture and history you have the Lyceum and Crucible theatres, Kelham Island Museum and the Millennium Gallery.

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Harrogate

Although not quite a city, the North Yorkshire town of Harrogate is filled with charm and elegance. Known for its quaint town centre with a selection of unique shops, cafes and restaurants, Harrogate is the perfect destination to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life whilst still having plenty to do and see. Must visits include the Valley Gardens, the RHS Garden Harlow Car and the Great Yorkshire Showground, host to many major events throughout the year. And continuously voted the best place to live in Britain, its definitely worth a visit to see what all the fuss is about!

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Ilkley 

A perfect base for exploring the Dales, the traditional spa town of Ilkley has the finest tea rooms and breath-taking countryside, as well as being home to the Cow and Calf Rocks. This town is a must visit if you love all things outdoors, as there’s plenty of walking and hiking to do in the Ilkley Moor and further afield in the Dales. Whilst its the perfect town for activities, it also ideal for relaxing with White Wells Spa Cottage, Ilkley Lido and many traditional hotels and pubs.

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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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Where to live in York: City & suburbs

Where to live in York: City & suburbs

The incredible city of York is undeniably one of the best cities in Yorkshire, offering a mix of history, culture, style and entertainment. Whatever your interests, you’ll never be bored in this vibrant city. And when it comes to finding somewhere to live, whether you want city centre or the suburbs, we have something for everyone.

City centre 

Caesar Court

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Located just outside the city walls, 5 minutes from the train station, this stylish 1 bedroom apartment just off Moss Street, provides the perfect city centre pad. The property has a spacious lounge with patio doors that lead out onto the private patio area, and modern kitchen complete with oven/hob, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer and dishwasher. The spacious double bedroom is fitted with carpet and the beautifully-finished bathroom is fitted with a white three-piece suite including shower over bath.

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Nearby: Train station, city walls, Rowntree Park, Jorvik Spice, Lo Spuntino, The Bay Horse, Reel Cinema, Pig & Pastry, Melton’s, Stables Yoga Centre.

Jacob Court

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If you want to be literally right in the heart of York city centre, this 1 bedroom apartment in Jacob Court just off Micklegate is perfect for you. The apartment boasts: a modern kitchen with white goods, spacious living area with a large private balcony and under-floor heating. The double bedroom also has access to the balcony, and the bathroom includes shower over bath.

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Nearby: Jacob’s Well, The Rock of York, The Falcon Tap, Skosh, Nags Head, The Rattle Owl, Gulp and Graze, Micklegate Bar Museum, Fibbers.

Suburbs

Maplehurst Avenue

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If you’re looking to live away from the hustle and bustle of the city, but still want to be within easy reach, this 2 bedroom apartment is just 10 minutes from the centre. The property provides a separate living area and separate kitchen which features integrated appliances including oven/hob, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer. There are two bedrooms, a house bathroom and on site parking available.

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Nearby: Joseph Rowntree Theatre, The Jam Factory Studios, Bowls Park, River Foss, Jaipur Spice, Goodfillers cafe, Greenfields Community Garden.

Runswick House

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Situated between Heworth and Huntington is a modern 2 bedroom apartment in the Runswick House development. The property makes the most of open-plan living with a spacious lounge/kitchen complete with white goods. The two bedrooms offer plenty of storage space, and the bathroom features a white three-piece suite. You can also take advantage of the on site parking.

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Nearby: Heworth Golf Club, York MotorSports Village, Monks Cross Shopping Park, The Nags Head, The Walnut Tree.