1 Aug

Living in Yorkshire

Posted 1/08/2017 by: Reeds Rains

Living in Yorkshire

It's easy to see why Yorkshire appeals so much to buyers. Yorkshire offers:

  • towns and cities - like York - that are steeped in Viking and Roman history.
  • two national parks - the Yorkshire Dales and the Peak District.
  • stunning historic buildings like Castle Howard just outside of Malton.
  • a beautiful stretch of coastline meandering through Whitby, Scarborough and Bridlington.
  • Industrial Revolution-era towns and cities which are now diverse cosmopolitan hubs - places like Leeds, Hebden Bridge and Sheffield.
  • the European Capital of Culture 2017 - Hull.

In honour of Yorkshire Day - 1st August - we've chosen to highlight six very varied properties for sale in the white rose county:

Wakefield5 bed detached house

Quarry Hill, Horbury, Wakefield


A substantial Victorian residence built in the 1870s with a wealth of original features.

No longer available

Hebden bridge2 bed detached flat

Hebble End, Hebden Bridge


A fantastic location within the popular town of Hebden Bridge, overlooking the canal. A very sought after property.

No longer available

Scarborough5 bedroom terraced house

Crown Terrace, Scarborough


A spacious, beautifully decorated house on Scarborough's South Cliff.

No longer available

Hull3 bedroom terraced house

Southcoates Lane, Hull

Offers in excess of £105,000

A bay fronted family home on Hull's leafy Southcoates Lane.

No longer available

Driffield4 bedroom detached farm house

Back Street, Wold Newton, Driffield


Keeping a watchful eye over the peaceful village green this superb 17th century farm house offers a fantastic opportunity to purchase your very own piece of history.

No longer available

Pontefract3 bedroom terraced house

Mill Hill Road, Pontefract


Style and sophistication are on offer in this Vistorian residence.

No longer available

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