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Extending to 15,000 acres, the Estate comprises a mix of agricultural, residential and commercial property and is close to the beautiful and historic town of Whitby in the North York Moors National Park.

Holiday Cottages

Mulgrave Estate is pleased to offer nine individual luxury properties for the self-catering holiday.

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Mulgrave Woods are open to the public throughout the year - they also provide a valuable source of fuel.

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Our Estate owns and manages a number of commercial and residential properties.

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We’re pleased to be closely involved with many community initiatives.

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Information for and about our tenants - find out all you need to know, and much more besides!

Information for and about our Tenants

Farming & Countryside

We’re committed to protecting our local countryside and to safe and productive farming.

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Mulgrave Sawmill Development Project

The Construction of the LEADER funded Sawmill Yard building and additional conversion equipment will enable saw logs to be dried and split prior to selling the product. The saw logs are a by product of the sustainable management of Mulgrave Estate's woodland. 

It is part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development.  

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  • Moorland re wetting at Westonby

    Moorland re wetting at Westonby

    Retaining water in the higher ground is a recognised method of reducing flash flooding to properties lower down the slopes. Mulgrave Estate are putting this theory to the test at Westonby moor, near Lealholm. Under the heather on Westonby moor lies a network of shallow drains and channels that allow water to escape and flow down to Stonegate Beck below Shortwaite and into the River Esk shortly afterwards. Our Countryside Stewardship agreement promotes blocking of the drains (grip blocking) on the moor leading to quality wet moor / heath habitat resulting in biodiversity gain. The wet heathland is home to a number of mosses, mire and bog species that are valuable to the ecological matrix of the moorland here. Wet bog and heath also stores carbon which is lost from the soil when it reverts to drier conditions or is drained. By soaking the moor all year round, any carbon is stored in the soils and contributes in its’ own way to the reduction of CO2 in the atmosphere.

    Our contractors have been busy blocking the drains recently and as a result have created pools and prevented the moor emptying of water. By using a light machine on rubber tracks to do the work any damage to the moorland has been kept to the absolute minimum.

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  • Indulge in comfort this Christmas with our exclusive range of luxury holiday cottages.

    Indulge in comfort this Christmas with our exclusive range of luxury holiday cottages.

    Make your Christmas Magical. For a perfect festive getaway, enjoy your Christmas celebrations in one of our luxury cottages nestled in the heart of the idyllic, Valley Sandsend. Whether a romantic break or large family get together indulge in comfort this Christmas.

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  • TO LET ..........High Farm, East Barnby, Nr Whitby, YO21 3SA

    TO LET ..........High Farm, East Barnby, Nr Whitby, YO21 3SA

    A significant country home with extensive outbuildings and wonderful views over the North York Moors National Park. An ideal home-work & lifestyle property. Monthly Rental £2,950 Available Dec 2019

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  • Whitby Naturalists Club visit Mulgrave Estate

    Whitby Naturalists Club visit Mulgrave Estate

    Around 20 members of the Whitby Naturalists Club visited the Estate on the evening of the 3 July for a guided tour. The group spent two and a half hours looking at the various conservation work that is taking place across the Estate and the huge difference this is making to the biodiversity value of the area. The group looked at tree planting schemes to link woodlands, winter bird seed plots, hedgerow restoration projects, moorland management and parkland restoration schemes. We will aim to continue to work closely with the Club into the future on mutually beneficial schemes.

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