View Home open Saturdays and Sundays between 11am and 4pm
Stamp Duty and Part Exchange considered
Five bedroom detached family home
Highly sought after village location
High quality kitchen with granite worktops
10 year structural warranty
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The view home is available to view on Saturdays and Sundays between 10.30am and 5pm. In order to comply with Government guidelines please telephone us on to book an appointment.
Plot 3 is a stunning five bedroom detached family house being built by award winning developer Mulgrave Properties, occupying a lovely position on the southern edge of this popular and sought after village.
This beautiful property is ideal for families. The large kitchen and breakfast area is well suited to modern living with a separate dining room offering space for more formal entertaining. A through living room, utility room and cloakroom complete the ground floor.
The first floor boasts a master bedroom with an en suite bathroom, four further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
This property includes a double garage and space for parking. Schools
Marton cum Grafton Church of England Primary School and Nursery is just a 3 minute walk from the heart of the village.
Boroughbridge High School is a 10 minute drive away, via the A168. The local area
Occupying an enviable position to the North of both Knaresborough and York, Marton cum Grafton is a hugely desirable place to call home. The village is home to a thriving community with a post office, village shop, village hall and the 16th century inn, Ye Olde Punch Bowl, situated in the centre of the village. Local sports facilities include a football and cricket pitch.
This semi-rural village offers residents the chance to explore the glorious surrounding countryside with extensive walking and cycling routes available. For those needing to commute, the village also offers excellent transport links with major road networks easily accessible.
Purchasers are sure to easily fall in love with the village’s relaxed way of life and idyllic location. Out and about
Within a 3 mile drive of Marton cum Grafton is the historic town of Boroughbridge where you will find a doctors’ surgery, dentist, library, an array of shops and mouth-watering café’s and pubs.
Knaresborough is just a 7 mile drive from the village. Mother Shipton’s Cave, Knaresborough Castle, the stunning viaduct and rowing along the River Nidd are just some of the many things to see and do in the town.
The popular spa town of Harrogate is a 10 mile drive west from the village, brimming with a wealth of boutique shops, independent café’s, restaurants and bars. Transport
The village is a short drive from Junction 48 of the A1 motorway and a 30 minute (15 mile) drive from the city of York.
Cattal train station is a 10 minute (6 mile) drive away with regular trains services to York, Harrogate and Leeds.
Leeds Bradford Airport is a 40 minute (22 mile) drive, taking the A658 route to Leeds.
*Please note internal photos are of other recent developments for illustrative purposes only.
Covid-19: Should you wish to arrange a viewing we will be following the Government Coronavirus guidance and would ask you to ensure social distancing is observed at all times to protect all of us. Viewings will be restricted to a limited time period and only a maximum of 2 people from the same household are permitted to view. Please bring a face covering and gloves as you may not be allowed to enter the property without them.
For more information please go to the website under Guidance > Government Advice on Home Moving during the Coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak.
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