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Bedale booming says property price survey

Bedale is booming, Ripon is set to take off and Harrogate is still the number one hotspot. Sharon Dale reports.

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The open plan living space

Spirit of adventure

This energy effficient home near the sea was built with a spirit of adventure and meticulous attention to detail. Sharon Dale reports. Pictures by Gary Longbottom.

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One of the Halo developments at Clifton Moor

Offices to homes conversion on industrial estate a big success

The Clifton Moor industrial estate in York is becoming a starter home hub thanks to the vision of one man. Sharon Dale reports.

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The bespoke kitchen

New look for old: house in Bardsey that just got bigger and better

The Ferns, Bardsey

Price: offers over £1.3m

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Hammonds House, Middleham

Stunning home in the racing town of Middleham

Hammonds House, Middleham

Price: £425,000

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The kitchen with handcrafted cabinets and white worktops embedded with coloured glass

To boldly go

Anita Bowerman’s uplifting, colour-filled home is full of her fabulous paintings, and paper cuts. Sharon Dale reports. Pictures by Simon Hulme.

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Commemorated in clay

Fired up females with feet (and hands) of clay

The decorative plate depicting punk singer Vi Subversa in clashing red, green and orange looks suitably kick-ass, especially compared with her more serious neighbour Emmeline Pankhurst, also celebrated in ceramic alongside an elegant bust of Jane Austen. They are a mixed bunch, which is exactly what Katch Skinner wanted when she asked family, friends and Facebook followers which great British women she should commemorate in clay.

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The old Rowntree chocolate factory in York  is all set for a new life as apartments

New homes for Nestle factory but Rowntree name remains

Developer submits plans for 263 apartments at historic Rowntree factory

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Lucienne Day with her 1990 Aspects of the Sun silk mosaic wall hagning, made for the new John Lewis store at Kingston. It is still on display.

Material girl: Celebrating a century of Lucienne Day

As a young, unknown designer, Lucienne Day, marched into Manchester textile mills and touted for business strictly on her terms with the male-dominated hierarchy. It was a gutsy approach in the undeniably sexist 1940s but then Désirée Lucienne Lisbeth Dulcie Day, née Conradi, was always courageous and unconventional. Evidence of this is clear from her designs. Even now, her ground-breaking Calyx fabric, which featured at the Festival of Britain in 1951, looks bold, fresh and exciting.

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Craig Mitchell, manager of Ad Hoc Yorkshire

Property guardians reaping reward of low rents

If you need an affordable home, being a property guardian could help cut the cost of rent. Sharon Dale reports.

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Homes above car parks are possible as ZEDfactory has shown

Prefab boom with 3,000 a year made in Yorkshire

This week’s housing white paper opened the door to more pre-fabricated homes. Sharon Dale reports.

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The drawing room pays tribute to the property's Georgian heritage

Georgian hall close to Howden is “every country girl’s dream”

Metham Hall, Metham

Price: £800,000

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The dining area with views over open countryside

Luxury home with horse racing history and exceptional location

Poplar House, Dunkeswick

£1.7m

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Inspirational retreat

Yoga, reiki and relaxation are all on offer at this ethical retreat but visitors also get a inspiration for tree-based interiors. Sharon Dale reports. Pictures by Simon Hulme.

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Scosthrop Manor

Yorkshire Dales manor reborn after 25 year restoration project

Scosthrop Manor, Airton

Price: £975,000

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Dog Kennel Cottage sits in almost an acre on the edge of Askrigg

Idyllic Yorkshire Dales cottage with curious name

Dog Kennel Cottage, Askrigg

Price: £325,000

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Open plan and semi-open plan kitchens/dining rooms are one of the strongest trends. This kitchen is by Leeds-based Arlington Interiors

Kitchen Trends

Bigger is better and pantries are a must-have in fashionable kitchens. Sharon Dale reports.

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The King's Guinea, �1.85m, www.carterjonas.co.uk

Champion new-build is odds-on favourite in York

York’s most expensive new-build home is attracting a queue of would-be buyers. Sharon Dale reports.

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Cooks Cottage in Fitzroy Gardens, Melbourne.

Corner of a foreign field now forever Yorkshire as Cook’s cottage honoured

Captain James Cook’s famous Yorkshire cottage, which was dismantled brick by brick and shipped halfway round the world, has been made an honorary member of Welcome to Yorkshire.

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Dave Hanson's apartment let through Airbnb

Help for landlords who want to switch to Airbnb

An entrepreneurial couple are helping city centre landlords turn their flats into Airbnb pads. Sharon Dale reports.

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