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Living in Whitby

If you’re looking to buy a new build home in Whitby, then this is the place to be!
Whitby is a picturesque seaside town located in Yorkshire in northern England, nestled between the North Sea and the North Yorkshire Moors. Full of charm, character and history, Whitby has long been one of Yorkshire’s favourite seaside towns. Located just 22 miles from the historical city of York, it’s an easy commute for those looking to work in the nearby city or for those just wanting to pay a leisurely visit.
Home to the famous Whitby Abbey, the grade I listed building in the care of English Heritage sits on top of the East Cliff headland, and dates back to the 13th century with remnants of a rich and textured history left behind to explore. It’s also from this vantage point that incredible panoramic views are to be enjoyed, with views across the town and harbour, as well as stunning views of the moorlands of the North York Moors which surround this seaside town. 
Whitby also falls into the 35 miles of Jurassic Coast that stretches from Staithes in North Yorkshire right through to Flamborough in East Yorkshire. The exposure of fossils dating back some 200 million years ago to the Jurassic periods, which can be discovered hiding in the cliffs and bays, has established this coastline as a firm favourite with tourists and geologists alike. 
However history is not just to be found at the Abbey or hidden in the cliff faces. For those appreciative of a literary connection, it was also in Whitby that Bram Stoker first had the idea for his masterpiece novel, going on to create the gothic icon that is Count Dracula. New homes for sale in Whitby also have the added benefit of never being too far away from quaint bookshops, jewellers selling famous Whitby jet pieces and those looking to serve up some of the finest fish and chips for miles around. 
If you’re looking for a new home in Whitby, why not see what properties are currently available?