Rosewood Vale by Berkeley De Veer

Mill Lane, YO8 9LD

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Overview

Homes of Distinction

Situated in the beautiful North Yorkshire countryside, Rosewood Vale lies in the tranquil village of Hambleton and minutes away from the growing market town of Selby. With easy access to the town’s modern amenities, the development is perfect for those wanting to combine country and town lifestyles. Factor in Leeds’ ever growing metropolitan hub and York’s unmistakable maze of cobbled streets and history being just 20 miles away, and the stunning development of two, three and four-bedroom properties is the perfect solution for those looking for a mix of traditional and modern living.
  1. Situated in the beautiful North Yorkshire countryside
  2. Minutes away from the growing market town of Selby
  3. Modern amenities
  4. A mix of traditional and modern living

Location

Location

Mill Lane, YO8 9LD

Opening hours

If you are calling at a weekend please call Amy Gooder on 07715 643585

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

Rosewood Vale is perfect for families and commuters offering the perfect balance of out town living, great local education facilities, enviable transport links, and amenities aplenty with Selby town centre within five minutes drive.

Located so close to the historic town of Selby means you have a wealth of amenities on your doorstep. From schools to supermarkets, doctors to dog kennels, it offers everything you expect from a modern commuter town. Unlike others though, Selby has its own charm and rich heritage.

Selby Abbey, built in 1069, is one of the most impressive buildings of its kind in the country. Visited by people from all over the globe, the abbey stands tall in the town centre. Having undergone over £1million worth of restoration just over 10 years ago, the abbey really does set Selby apart.

Should natural beauty be your preference over architectural, then Brayton Barff’s oasis of wildlife is the place to go. With a rich variety of a birds and creatures living amongst the trees, the woodland is the perfect destination if you want to feel at one with nature. If you are looking for a slice of city life then you won’t have far to go. One of England’s most historic and beautiful cities is right on your doorstep, York is just 30 minutes away, with regular park and ride services running from various locations. Once within the iconic City Walls you will find premium shopping, restaurants, culture and more pubs than you could ever need.

30 minutes in the opposite direction you will find the growing metropolis of Leeds, with the new multimillion pound Trinity Shopping Centre and a raft of new restaurants recently opening. With London and Edinburgh within two and a half hours on the train from either city, the possibilities are endless. If the shopaholic in you is still not satisfied, you can always visit the McArthurGlen designer outlet just outside the York city centre, for designer bargains.

If you want to get active, the local sports facilities are excellent with gyms and artificial pitches nearby. For a watching brief, York City FC, or the Minstermen as they are known locally, play their home games at Bootham Crescent. Leeds United is a name world-renowned for being a footballing giant, and the Whites regularly fill Elland Road every time they are at home. Similarly, Rugby League giants Leeds Rhinos draw the crowds to Headingley Stadium, located next to the cricket ground, home of Yorkshire County Cricket Club which also plays host to many England internationals. York, Wetherby, Ripon and Doncaster have some of the finest racecourses in the country where you can witness the best racehorses in the world compete.

For a more cultured pursuit, theatres in Leeds and York offer are a wide variety of entertainment, for bigger acts the newly opened Leeds Arena has already hosted an impressive list of international stars. Nearby Scarborough, on the Yorkshire coast has stunning scenery and Europe’s largest open air theatre, for something which is that little bit different.

Rosewood Vale is perfect for families, the local area is surrounded with museums like the Jorvik Centre, Castle Museum and the National Railway Museum in York and the Royal Armouries in Leeds, which are all free to enter. Flamingo Land and Lightwater Valley offer renowned rides such as The Ultimate and The Mumbo Jumbo, which when built was the steepest steel roller coaster in the world.

Whatever you are into, Rosewood Vale is perfectly located to match a wealth of tastes and preferences.

Transport Links

Transport links are excellent with easy access to the M1, A1, M62 and A63. Leeds-Bradford airport is less than 30 miles away, offering you great access to European and international destinations.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Sherburn-in-Elmet (3.4 miles)
National Train Station logo South Milford (3.6 miles)
National Train Station logo Selby (4.4 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

Driving directions

From the South
Head north on the A1(M) until junction 43, exiting at the slip road. At the roundabout, take the fourth exit and carry straight on to the A63 to Selby. Continue on the road for five miles before turning right onto Chapel Street. Continue along the road for just under half a mile before turning left onto Cherwell Croft, where you will find the development clearly signposted.

From the North
Head south on the A19 until reaching the A1237 ring road, where Head south on the A1(M) until junction 43, exiting at the slip road. At the roundabout, take the first exit onto the A63 to Selby. Continue on the road for five miles before turning right onto Chapel Street. Continue along the road for just under half a mile before turning left onto Cherwell Croft, where you will find the development clearly signposted.

Rosewood Vale
Cherwell Croft , Hambleton,
Selby, North Yorkshire, YO8 9QQ rosewood

About Developer

Berkeley DeVeer is a highly respected builder of new homes that offers an innovative and diverse range of new build properties throughout the UK. Our homes combine traditional design features with contemporary home comforts and we pride ourselves on our attention to detail and painstaking craftsmanship. We are insistent on meeting stringent standards and put quality above all else.

Over our 23 year history we have overseen the development of over 1000 homes and our current development portfolio consists of over 1200 plots. We have a dedicated allocation team whose sole purpose is to bring new sustainable development land through the unitary development plan (UDP) so we may continue to bring you homes of distinction for the foreseeable future.

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Call us on 01937 358034 or fill in the contact form below.

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