New homes in Northallerton
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Located in North Yorkshire just a short drive away from the city of York, Northallerton is a picturesque market town with a population of more than 16,000 people. The town dates back to Roman times and today is a vibrant place to live with excellent transport links, making it a popular place for house buyers across the generations to invest in new homes.
Northallerton has very good transport links by road and rail. The town’s train station is on the East Coast Main Line which connects Northallerton with London, Newcastle and beyond. Road links are provided by the A684 and A167 with easy links to the A1(M). For international travel, Durham Tees Valley Airport is just a short drive away.
To get to York by car, a journey from Northallerton takes 45 minutes while the train takes just 20 minutes on the Virgin Trains East Coast service. Harrogate is 45 minutes away by car, while Middlesbrough can be reached in just 30 minutes by car travelling north via the A19, or 35 minutes by train. The train takes 45 minutes to Newcastle, while the car journey takes just over 1 hour.
For journeys to London, the Virgin trains service to Euston takes just 2 hours 20 minutes from Northallerton, which is much faster than the 4 hour car journey to the capital. Heading north to Scotland, the car journey is around 3 hours away with the train taking 2 hours 15 minutes.
Places of Interest
Northallerton is a bustling town with lots of high street shops, independent boutiques and cafes lining the high street. The town also has its own arts centre, the Forum, which hosts live performances on a regular basis.
A new house in Northallerton will also close to a wide range of attractions for the whole family to enjoy, including the birds of prey conservation centre Falconry UK, Big Sheep and Little Cow Farm in Bedale, and Camp Hill Adventure Park.
For days in the great outdoors, the North York Moors National Park and Yorkshire Dales National Park are just a short drive away, perfect for cycling or hiking in the beautiful surrounding countryside.
Other places of interest nearby include Richmond Castle, Monk Park Farm, and Stokesley Golf Range which includes a crazy golf course.
New homes in Northallerton are close to a number of good primary and secondary schools, with South Otterington Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School and Leeming RAF Community Primary School rated Outstanding by Ofsted. Queen Mary’s School is an independent secondary school just 10 miles away.