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New Homes in Thirsk

Located in the North East, Thirsk is a small and pleasant market town in North Yorkshire. With popular places like Harrogate and York around half an hour to the south, it’s a similar journey to Middlesbrough in the opposite direction, while it’s double that to Newcastle further up the coast.

With a local heritage museum and contemporary art gallery in town, you’ve got over 230 square miles of beautiful rolling countryside to explore in Nidderdale, as well as the North York Moors, Hambleton Hills and Howardian Hills nearby. Take a look below to view our latest developments near Thirsk.

Leven Woods

Leven Woods

Green Lane, Yarm, YARM, STOCKTON-ON-TEES, TS15 9EQ

  • 4 bedroom homes
  • From £162,497
Grey Towers Village

Grey Towers Village

Ellerbeck Avenue, Nunthorpe, MIDDLESBROUGH, TS7 0PW

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £222,995 to £372,995
Jubilee Gardens

Jubilee Gardens

Norton Road, Stockton-On-Tees, STOCKTON-ON-TEES, Cleveland, TS20 2BG

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £166,995 to £216,995
The Orchard at West Park

The Orchard at West Park

Edward Pease Way, West Park Garden Village, DARLINGTON, DL2 2TS

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £111,247 to £305,995
Drovers Court

Drovers Court

Great North Road, Micklefield, LEEDS, WEST YORKSHIRE, LS25 4AQ

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £293,000 to £406,000

Live the Thirsk life


A charming corner of North Yorkshire to call home, there’s so much to look forward to when you make the move to Thirsk. You can add one more thing to your list when you take up one of our latest offers, with programs like our Part Exchange scheme designed to save you time, money and a great deal of hassle when buying a new house.


Things to see and do in Thirsk


Thirsk boasts an enviable location within Yorkshire. It’s close to some of the North East’s regional hubs, as well as remaining very much in reach of spots like Harrogate, York and Leeds. All of these places provide opportunities for day trips, although you won’t need to venture far from home to enjoy the latest exhibits at the Zillah Bell Contemporary Art or to delve into the local area’s history at Thirsk Museum. 


Monk Park Farm and Flamingo Land Theme Park and Zoo are ideal for a day with the kids, while the Hambleton Hills are the perfect spots for long walks. You can strike out into open countryside on foot from Thirsk, but you can also make a short journey to spectacular spots like the North York Moors and the Yorkshire Dales for some of the country’s finest scenery. 


Education


When it comes to schooling, you have some excellent options in the local area. Sowerby Primary Academy is close to the town centre and ranked as good by Ofsted, while Knayton CofE and South Otterington CofE are both on the outskirts and rated outstanding. The town’s secondary is Thirsk School and Sixth Form College, where boys and girls can study up to the age of 18. This is rated as good by Ofsted. 


Thirsk transport links


The A1(M) passes just to the west of Thirsk and you can jump on the motorway to drive to Harrogate in just over half an hour. It’s 50 minutes along the same road to Leeds, while you can take the A19 to get to York in just half an hour. It’s a similar journey north to Middlesbrough, while it’s around an hour to both Durham and Newcastle. Thirsk has its own train station which offers a good selection of services to the region’s cities. Trains to York take less than 20 minutes, while it’s around 45 to Leeds. 


The Thirsk property scene


Thirsk may be a relatively small town, but there’s usually a good selection of properties available on the local market. It can be a great place to invest, especially if you take advantage of schemes such as the Government’s Help To Buy in Yorkshire and the Humber program. This is available on houses in Thirsk valued up to £228,100.