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Feature Development –The Meadows, Dishforth

Posted 20 October 2021 by Keith Osborne

Newett Homes has seen great success at its development The Meadows near Thirsk, where there’s still an opportunity to buy…

The Meadows is in Dishforth, midway between Thirsk and Ripon, and is a collection of three- and four-bedroom houses from respected housebuilder Newett Homes, which is almost sold – but there are still a handful of opportunities to buy here.

Dishforth has its own primary school and village hall and the surrounding towns put an impressive range of shops and amenities within very easy reach. It is located in a bit of a transport ‘sweet-spot’ being close to a number of major roads that make getting to the likes of Harrogate, York, Leeds and Newcastle very easy. Thirsk station is only a 15-minute drive away and benefits from the connectivity of the East Coast Mainline between London and Edinburgh.

All the homes here combine traditional design and materials with a contemporary architectural twist, leading to some attractive streets and a sense of individuality to each home. Inside, the housebuilder has taken a thorough modern approach to layouts and the specification that discerning homebuyers expect. Each energy-efficient home comes with a fitted Sheraton kitchen with AEG appliances, bathrooms and en suites featuring Porcelanosa tiling and flooring and Villeroy & Boch sanitaryware, as well as a host of high-quality fittings and finishes inside and out.

All the three-bedroom houses are sold out but there are still a few of the four-bedroom homes available.

‘The Willow’‘The Willow’

For keen house-hunters looking to move into by Christmas, one option is ‘The Willow’ on Plot 30. This double-fronted home is on a corner plots and has an attractive rendered finish. There’s a large, welcoming entrance hall of which, to one side, is a dedicated study – a ‘must-have’ for many buyers today – this one having the bonus of being dual aspect, bringing in lots of light from two windows. Next door to this is the living room. Off to the other side of the house, its ‘hub’ is a large, open-plan kitchen/dining/family room, another double-aspect stage which has bi-fold doors to the garden. The ground floor is completed by utility room, understairs storage and a cloakroom. Upstairs, all four bedrooms are doubles (with en suite to bedroom one) and there’s also a family bathroom and off-landing storage. This home is priced £380,000.

‘The Bramble’‘The Bramble’

Also ready to move into before Christmas is Plot 37, ‘The Bramble’, another four-bedroom detached home. The lounge has a feature bay window and leads to the kitchen/family/dining room at the rear of the house, which in turn has bi-fold doors to the garden. There’s a separate utility room with useful storage and worktop, a cloakroom under the stairs and a study at the front of the house. On the first floor, in addition to the family bathroom, all four bedrooms are generous doubles and the principal bedroom comes with the bonus of a dressing area with plenty of wardrobe space, and an en suite shower room. ‘The Bramble’ is priced at £390,000.

‘The Cedar’‘The Cedar’

Finally, both Plot 31 and Plot 32 are ‘The Cedar’ house type priced at £399,000. It’s a detached house type with integral single garage. Downstairs are the open-plan kitchen/dining/family room with doors to the back garden, with a utility room, cloakroom and a separate lounge. Bedroom one comes with an en suite and twin dressing spaces, and the other three double bedrooms share the family bathroom.

A visit to the site can be arranged by appointment. Find out more about The Meadows from Newett Homes.


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