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The Weald

2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties
Lavender Way, Easingwold, North Yorkshire

 
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Enjoy modern living in a charming North Yorkshire market town

The Weald is our new development, located in the charming market town of Easingwold and features a choice of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes.

Tucked away at the foot of the Howardian Hills is the thriving market town of Easingwold. Centred around a pretty Georgian market place in the heart of North Yorkshire, it's becoming an increasingly popular place to call home.

The Weald is set within the ancient Forest of Galtres with Easingwold being the main settlement at the start of the 14th century. Stately homes and historic houses, such as Sutton Park and Beningbrough Hall, are located within a short distance from Easingwold, both of which are fine examples of Georgian architecture and great for a family day out.

Easingwold is surrounded by stunning countryside just waiting to be explored. Long, quiet country lanes as well as numerous bridleways and footpaths criss cross the local area so you can enjoy spending time exploring the great outdoors. For more of a challenge, the Hambleton or Howardian Hills are on your doorstep.

Food, glorious food...

Easingwold is becoming increasingly well-known as a food lover's paradise and regularly tops national charts in all manner of culinary fare. The Independent has previously advised readers that Easingwold is becoming an essential foodie pit stop! For those with a sweet tooth, head to the Sugar Mouse; an old-fashioned sweet shop filled with more than 200 jars of delicious treats.

The town is known for being very family-friendly. Our development is ideally situated less than one mile from Easingwold Pre-School, Primary School and Outwood Academy so children of all ages are well catered for. The town itself offers a wide range of services from butchers and bakers to newsagents and supermarkets as well as design agencies, curtain makers, florists, accountants and many more. There's also a host of independent shops, caf├ęs, galleries, restaurants and boutiques.

Whether you're looking for a quiet country life, the hustle and bustle of a thriving market town, or the excitement of a vibrant and historic city nearby, you're sure to find your perfect new home at The Weald.

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The town centre has numerous shops and facilities. Just a short drive away, the A19 gives you access to the Vanguard, Clifton Moor, and Monks Cross retail parks, all filled with a wide-variety of big-name brands. York city centre is also only 12 miles away.

There are plenty of leisure facilities and places to keep entertained. Nearby is the Galtres Fitness Centre, where you can enjoy a core-training Pilates session, or feel the burn at one of the gym's circuit classes. For some fun with the family, there's a ten-pin bowling alley. Being nearby to York itself affords you the opportunity to indulge in plenty of alternative activities, including visits to the theatre, opera, museums, live music and much more.

The A19 bypass provides easy access around the surrounding area by car. There are also plenty of bus routes, giving you access to the wider region.

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