A stone-built farmhouse, a refurbished cottage and a five-bedroomed detached house on a quiet cul-de-sac are among the featured homes in this week’s Harrogate Advertiser series property guide.
A spacious and unique three-bed detached house at Lumby Hill, Monk Fryston, dating to 1979 has been sympathetically extended and re-modelled to suit a modern lifestyle (£485,000, contact Hunters, Wetherby - 01937 588228).
Stone-built Keld Farm, Pateley Bridge, is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in its own formal gardens of about one acre (£595,000, contact Lister Haigh - 01423 730700).
A five-bedroomed detached house on the quiet cul-de-sac of Derwent Rise, just off Nidd Approach in Wetherby, has been recently extended and offers superb family accommodation (£375,000, contact Thomlinsons - 01937 582748).
This week’s featured lettings include the recently redecorated, three-bedroomed Mansfield Cottage, Harrogate, which offers spacious modernised accommodation (£1,350pcm, contact Feather Smailes Scales LLP - 01423 534187).
A newly refurbished and stylishly appointed four-bedroomed detached house on Westminster Drive, Burn Bridge, forms part of a quiet cul-de-sac in a select residential suburb of Harrogate (£2,000pcm, contact Verity Frearson - 01423 562531)
And in his weekly feature, property editor John Grainger explores Harrogate homes overlooking the Stray.
So if you’re looking for a new home to buy or to let, pick up a copy of the acclaimed Harrogate Advertiser series property guide, free inside this week’s edition. It’s the perfect place to start.