Mount Farm Mews | Westow
Three stunning mews-style houses in one of Yorkshire's most sought-after villages.
Overlooking rolling hills towards Eddlethorpe and Menethorpe, Mount Farm Mews sits atop the small village of Westow - a location that dates back to the 1500s with strong ties to agriculture and the natural environment. Comprised of three gorgeous mews-style houses, the development will offer residents elegant contemporary housing in the peaceful surrounds of a beautiful historic village.
Reservations are now being taken on Plot 2. Please contact us for further details.
Plot 3, with two double-bedrooms, is being developed in line with Ryedale District Council's commitment to creating housing that benefits the local community, and is reserved specifically for current Westow or Ryedale residents. Please enquire to find out more.
Help to Buy is available on all properties.
As with all Palladian homes, the properties at Mount Farm Mews will be finished to an exacting specification that includes tiled or wood-floor entrance hallways, Farrow & Ball painted skirting and architraves, wood burning stoves and inglenook style fireplaces.
Kitchens include an integrated dishwasher, fridge/freezer and freestanding gas range cookers or ovens, while bathrooms benefit from Ideal Standard Contemporary White sanitary ware and chrome fittings throughout.
Please note: items may vary dependent on house type. Speak to us or our estate agent for details.
With a population of just over 300, much of Westow lies within a conservation area - 15 properties in the village are Grade II listed by English Heritage.
A small community with indelible ties to Yorkshire's agricultural history, Westow borders the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Although it offers a peaceful and secluded environment, the village is just five miles from the market town of Malton and 15 from the city of York.
The village boasts an active - and long-standing - cricket team, regular Pétanque tournaments and an excellent and friendly pub that dates back to the 1700s.