Home offers perfect escape to the country

Gazette & Herald: Whitethorn, in Scagglethorpe, has been extended to offer an ideal family home

8:00am Wednesday 30th April 2014

THIS extended bungalow provides the ideal family home, offering ample space, as well as a large garden complete with a chicken run and vegetable plots.

Victorian period house in Norton at an affordable price

Gazette & Herald: This Victorian period property in Vine Street, Norton,  has recently been refurbished and is on the market with estate agents Hunters for under £150,000

8:00am Wednesday 26th March 2014

IT is extremely rare to find a Victorian period property at such an affordable price, especially when it has been recently refurbished and boasts an open fire and three large bedrooms.

Bungalow occupies wonderful position in Allerston, near Pickering

Gazette & Herald: Lingarth and its front garden

8:00am Wednesday 19th February 2014

SET in a quiet and unspoilt village location, Lingarth offers spectacular views of the North York Moors National Park. The detached bungalow, in Allerston, near Pickering, is set well back from the village street with an attractive front garden bordering a stream.

Make the grade with a home at historic Howsham Hall

Gazette & Herald: The stable block at Howsham Hall which was converted into nine apartments in 2003

8:00am Wednesday 22nd January 2014

AMIDST landscaped grounds and an impressive courtyard sits Derwent Court, a former stable block for one of the region’s most impression buildings, Howsham Hall.

Features add years to recent barn conversion

Gazette & Herald: Mistle Corner, in Wilton

4:22pm Wednesday 15th January 2014

Despite being only three years old, this newly-converted three-bedroom barn conversion has all the character of a centuries old barn conversion with its feature beams, large garden and convenient village location.

Banish away all those bungalow stereotypes

Gazette & Herald: Church View, in Burythorpe, which is on the market for £230,000

4:05pm Wednesday 6th November 2013

IT CAN be hard enough to find a house which offers you everything you want in a property and that task can often prove even more difficult when it is a bungalow. However, Church View banishes all of the stereotypical views surrounding bungalows.

Star of the screen that is well worth a viewing

Gazette & Herald: The garden at Rye Hill

11:13am Friday 1st November 2013

OVER the past 30 years Rye Hill has become somewhat of a star in the property world. The detached, five bedroom property, which dates back to 1926, has featured in magazines, on television programmes and was part of the National Garden Scheme.

A home fit for the family

Gazette & Herald: A home fit for the family

3:28pm Wednesday 16th October 2013

FAMILY homes in a sought after location can be hard to come by, but if you’re looking to make the move to a more rural location either with a family or with the view of starting a family in mind, then this could make the perfect home.

Time to banish away bungalow stereotypes

Gazette & Herald: Woodside Cottage, Scagglethorpe, which has recently been renovated

8:00am Wednesday 9th October 2013

IF you spotted a property with a sun terrace, a paddock, under floor heating, four large bedrooms and exposed brick walls, a bungalow probably wouldn’t be conjured up in your mind.

Family home in East Lutton

Gazette & Herald: Grainway in East Lutton is a four-bedroom family home offering plenty of living accommodation and enclosed gardens

8:00am Wednesday 2nd October 2013

FINDING the ideal location for a new house can be hard; you want the tranquil realms of the countryside, but need the balance of knowing you won’t have far to drive for a pint of milk.

Living the tranquil life

Gazette & Herald: The Grade II-listed Manor Cottage in Keldholme offers spacious and airy accommodation with plenty of grounds and fabulous views

8:00am Wednesday 25th September 2013

IMAGINE living a tranquil life in a rambling country home with plenty of grounds and fabulous views.

Thistle Dhu in Great Barugh, near Malton

Gazette & Herald: This detached family home in Great Barugh offers plenty of contemporary accomodation but also some classic touches

9:30am Wednesday 18th September 2013

VILLAGE properties tend to be centuries-old traditional cottages or large stone-built houses, but if you are after something more in keeping with the 21st century, look no further than Thistle Dhu in Great Barugh, near Malton, marketed by Reeds Rains for £325,000.

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