North Yorkshire’s ‘chicest’ village and three homes that could be yours
Earlier this year YorkshireLive visited Kirkby Overblow, a village rated as the ‘poshest’ village in North Yorkshire.
Upscale aside – our reporter didn’t find it extravagant, by the way – this Golden Triangle village is highly sought after by big-budget buyers. How much does a house cost in this village between Harrogate and Wetherby?
Kirkby Overblow isn’t a big place and it’s in demand, which meant we couldn’t find many houses for sale. We did find these three though.
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They are all substantial and exceed £800,000. Kirkby Overblow has smaller, cheaper properties in the center of the village, but we couldn’t find any for sale. These are what’s for sale if you can’t wait to move in.
The first is Weathertop. This four-bedroom detached house is on the market at £830,000. It is very well appointed with an Aga and granite worktop, a good sized garden and a double garage.
Next at £950,000 is Inglefield. This four bedroom semi-detached property dates back to the 18th century. This spacious, characterful home features landscaped gardens, private woodland and stunning views.
And finally at £1,645,000 is Tremayne. This five-bedroom detached house is equipped with top-of-the-line equipment and technology, including audio and visual media control system, heating, lighting, CCTV, alarm, security door. entry and pond equipment from your mobile phone.
There are also two summer houses and an “infinity style” water feature and pond.