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The Lanes

Bar Lane, Knaresborough, North Yorkshire

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We're delighted to announce our new development, The Lanes in Knaresborough, that is anything but ordinary.

We believe in doing things differently, it's how we make homes with a real difference. Always leading, never following.

Bi-fold doors, Milan-inspired kitchens, fully integrated appliances, full-height tiling, fitted wardrobes and so much more, included in the price.

Knaresborough is an historic market and spa town in the borough of Harrogate, that is perfectly placed for commuters with easy access to all major road and rail networks.

The town centre hosts a wide range of amenities including village shops and plenty of little boutique restaurants, great pubs, a thriving Wednesday market and lots of independent shops are scattered throughout.

For those requiring more, the town centre of Harrogate is only a short distance away, with a lively town centre with a diverse choice of arts and cultural attractions, including local museums and galleries, pubs, clubs, restaurants and live entertainment venues. Also provided is schooling for all age groups and excellent leisure facilities.

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