About the area
Having first been awarded its market charter in 1223 by Henry lll, Stokesley is a town with a long and rich history. The customary market is held every Friday throughout the year, complemented by a farmers market on the first Saturday of every month and an annual agricultural show in September.
The high street is lined with an array of well-reserved Georgian buildings, whilst the beautiful river Leven is perfect for a relaxing riverside stroll, winding past the historic Packhorse Bridge until meeting the River Tees in Yarm.
The town centre also offers an eclectic range of independent shops, eateries and pubs. Acting as the commercial hub for the surrounding towns and villages, Stokesley town centre offers all the amenities one could need for daily life.
Young families will be pleased with the choice of local schools, as well as being able to take advantage of the various sporting and leisure clubs. The town also has a business park, home to a number of small and large businesses.
Conveniently located close to the A172 & A19, the development is ideal for commuters, offering links to Middlesbrough, Guisborough and Stockton.
Those who enjoy the great outdoors for a family day out can make the short journey to the breath-taking North Yorks Moors national park; as well as the popular coastal town of Whitby.
This wonderful location, combined with our outstanding choice of new homes, makes Stokesley Grange the perfect place to call home.