Nestled between the Yorkshire Moors and the Yorkshire Dales, in the heart of stunning countryside, lies the active village of Bishop Monkton. Close to the gorgeous Victorian spa town of Harrogate, to the Cathedral city of Ripon, to the market towns of Boroughbridge and Knaresborough and within easy reach of the A1.
Further nestled inside this thriving Yorkshire community lies Kebbell’s Harvest View development, that fits in so well with its environment that it looks anything but new, one of the many reasons that lead sales negotiator Janis Stone gives for the success of this site, where just two properties remain to be snapped up.
“This development is charming. No two homes at Harvest View are the same, from a barn conversion style property to traditional farmhouse style homes or sweet traditional cottages, all solidly built.”
“The homes at Harvest View meet all the needs of modern living and being Kebbell homes, that little bit of extra thought and care has gone into creating them to truly work for how people are going to live here. It’s the way that these homes have adopted traditional Yorkshire crafts, techniques and style, that gives this place its stunning local features.”
“Kebbell has used local materials and traditional styles wherever possible, to make this place something really special. There are high ceilings and traditional large skirting boards that really enhance the spaces – and I love the traditional Yorkshire sliding sash windows that are in some of the rooms.”
“The joinery was all lovingly crafted by Longwood Joinery, a specialist local company from Wetherby, and alongside walled gardens, which I think are lovely and make the gardens very private, all of the traditional wrought iron railings are local as well.”
“The houses were designed to bring in lots of light and give the owners views of the local countryside or glimpses of the Downs. Better still, the development overlooks the grounds of the village hall where bowls, cricket and croquet matches are battled out so our residents are right in the centre of the community. There’s sure to be a post-match discussion in the local pub too!”
Janis clearly loves this place so it’s no wonder that there are only two of these homes left for sale.
These are homes full of Yorkshire character and Yorkshire quality and Bishop Monkton truly is a rural gem.