Mulberry Homes - The Oaks, YO7
Prices from £123,996 to £419,995
**Show Homes are Now Open!** The 3 Bedroom Farndale & 4 Bedroom Ravensworth are available to view at The Oaks.**Phase Two Now Released!**
Welcome to The Oaks
Mulberry Homes Yorkshire are proud to present The Oaks - the first phase of Sowerby Gateway, the visionary development project created to provide the sustainable expansion of Sowerby and Thirsk over the next 15 to 20 years.
This major new housing development, situated on Topcliffe Road, offers a mix of high quality, stylish homes to suit a wide variety of house hunters.**Help to Buy is available at this development - Contact us for more information**
If you’re looking for a brand new home in beautiful North Yorkshire, set in the Vale of Mowbray, Sowerby, Thirsk is the jewel in the crown of local tourism. Famous for its racecourse, 15th century church and Thomas Lord, founder of Lord’s cricket ground, Thirsk is also the ‘Darrowby’ of the late James Herriot (Alf Wight), famous vet and author, and is at the centre of ‘Herriot Country’ acting as a gateway to the Yorkshire Dales National Park to the west and the North York Moors National Park to the east.
Sowerby and Thirsk are home to a number of state maintained and independent schools, catering for children of all ages. Located close-by to the development on Topcliffe Road, The Thirsk School & Sixth Form College, is the main secondary state school in the area. Northallerton College and Ripon Grammar School provide other options, although these are further afield.
The medieval cobbled market place is still at the centre of commerce in Thirsk, with market days held on Mondays and Saturdays. Many of the shops and amenities in the town are focused around the market place extending north up Kirkgate to & The World of James Herriot, Thirsk Museum and the spectacular 15th century church; St Mary's. There are several supermarkets in the area and many of the major banks are represented.
Local road and rail transport links serve the residents of Thirsk and Sowerby well. By road, the A19 links to the north and south, and the A61 & A168 link to the A1(M) and motorway network. Thirsk train station, located on the East Coast Main Line and around 1.6 kilometres from the town centre, provides direct services to York, Darlington, London and Edinburgh, as well as TransPennine links.