Aberford is an attractive rural village with a wide range of amenities, which include a primary school, and regular bus services. It is approximately 1 mile from the A1, A64 and A1/M1 link road. Also within easy car commuting distance of Leeds and York. The village has many buildings of interest including St Ricarius Church, The Almshouses, Becca Hall and Parlington Hall and is surrounded by ancient wood and parkland. Many miles of foot and bridle paths cross the village at the centre of which is an interesting stone bridge spanning Cock Beck. The national trunk road network is accessible from the nearby A1 and M62, A1/M1 link road. Main line rail connections are available at Garforth (4 miles) and Leeds/Bradford Airport is within easy reach by car in approximately 40 minutes. Comprehensive shopping and sports facilities are all within a 20 minutes drive. These include several golf courses a swimming pool, squash and cricket clubs. The village supports its own Bowling and Tennis Clubs and has its own Association Football Team.
Bardsey is an attractive and sought after village situated off the A58 Leeds/Wetherby Road, within close travelling distance to the A1 and M1 link road. Leeds is only some 8 miles with other West Yorkshire centres and Leeds/Bradford Airport close by. The village has its own school and amenities with a larger selection of facilities available in the nearby Market Town of Wetherby, including Golf Course, Indoor Swimming Pool.
The village is steeped in history and was the home of the Celtic Bards with a church dating back to Saxon times and an interesting relic of a bygone age close by known as "Castle Hill" which was probably a Celtic strong hold.
Barkston Ash is a popular village set off the A162 some five miles south of Tadcaster with highly respected primary school, village hall, Church of England and Catholic churches, together with the benefit of Scarthingwell Golf Course and restaurant within walking distance through parkland. The A64 links Leeds, Tadcaster and the new A1/M1 link provides easy access to the major motorway networks for travel further afield. For the train traveller there is a commuter link at nearby Church Fenton and Ulleskelf.
Barwick in Elmet is an attractive village situated some three miles from the A1 and within car commuting distance of Leeds, York and Harrogate, with its own selection of shops, schools and facilities and some ten miles from the Market Town of Wetherby.
Bickerton is an attractive rural village close to the Market Town of Wetherby, which offers a good variety of shops, schools, doctors surgery, churches, public houses, restaurants, take-a-way's and sporting facilities including tennis, squash, rugby, football, cricket and bowling clubs, together with leisure centre and heated indoor swimming pool and 18 hole golf course.
Biggin is a small community of residential and agricultural properties situated some 3 miles from Church Fenton. Church Fenton is a village with its own facilities including shop, school, public houses and railway station. York is some 12 miles, Tadcaster is some 9 miles and the Market Town of Wetherby some 25 minutes drive with additional excellent shopping, schooling and sports facilities. The national trunk road network is accessible from the nearby A1 and M62, A1/M1 link, main line rail connections are available in the village and at Garforth and Leeds/Bradford Airport which is within easy reach by car in approximately 45 minutes.
Situated just off the A64 York/Leeds road, Bilbrough is a popular rural village with its own Church and Public House and is situated approximately 4 miles from York and 31/2 miles from Tadcaster. Additional services are available nearby on the A64 trunk road including McDonalds Restaurant, Little Chef, Travel Inn as well as the Aagra Indian Restaurant.
Bilton in Ainsty is an attractive and unspoilt village situated off the main Wetherby to York B1224 road. Commuting is excellent with York only some 20 minutes drive, Harrogate and Leeds some 30 minutes and the A1 and Market Town of Wetherby only some 10 minutes away. There are a wide selection of local amenities including shops, sports facilities and schools with school bus services from the village to King James School in Knaresborough, Wetherby High School and Tockwith Primary School.
Bolton Percy itself is a quiet unspoilt village in well wooded countryside. It has an ancient parish church of Norman origins, a post office, idyllic cricket ground and well regarded pub. It is ideally placed for access to York, Leeds and the A1 and A1/M1 link road via the A64 three miles north.
Boston Spa is a predominantly stone built village with many Georgian properties, situated some 1 1/2 miles east of the A1 on the southern bank of the River Wharfe. The village has its own good selection of shops, schools and facilities with a further range of indoor swimming pool and golf course in the market town of Wetherby some 3 miles away. Commuting links are good being almost equidistant to Leeds, York and Harrogate.
Bramham is renowned for its historical park and annual horse trials but also for its ease of access for commuting. Situated almost midway between Leeds, York and Harrogate and London and Edinburgh. The A.1. is readily accessible with the A64 and A1/M1 link road only some 5 miles. Rail connections are available in both Leeds and York with Leeds/Bradford Airport and North Sea Ferries at Hull also within car commuting distance. The Market Town of Wetherby offers excellent shopping, schooling and sporting facilities including swimming pool and golf courses and the village has its own school, shop, public houses, parish church and garage.
Is a small village well placed for commuting to Leeds city centre approximately 20 miles, York centre 20 miles, Selby 8 miles, Wetherby 16 miles, Castleford and the A1/M1 motorway network. Leeds Bradford Airport is some 18 miles and Knottingley railway station is 2.5 miles. There is a bus service to Tadcaster and Pontefract. Local amenities include the Plough Inn, Methodist Church and Primary School, as well as the attractive nature reserve on the entrance to the village.
The property enjoys a pleasant location on the fringe of Byram-cum-Sutton which is itself conveniently situated some 4 miles east of the A1/M1 link road and some 3 miles to the north of the M62 for adding excellent access to Yorkshire commercial centres including those of Leeds, Selby and Wakefield.
Cattal is a village and civil parish in the Harrogate district of North Yorkshire, it is on the River Ouse and 1 mile east of the A1 road and just off the A59. It is about 4 miles away from Knaresborough. The village is very old. It was mentioned in The Doomsday Book. Despite being a small village it is served by cattal railway station on the Harrogate Line operated by Northern Rail which is slightly north of Cattal. The Cattal Bridge is one of the few places to cross the River Nidd. The Village also has a Roman road that goes through it. It has a pub, The Victoria, close to the railway station and the village.
Cawood is an historical village dating back to Tudor times when Cawood was the site for the Palace Sir Cardinal Wolsey. The village offers a good range of facilities with village schools, shops, public houses and other village amenities and its location makes it ideally situated for travelling to York, Leeds, Selby and other major towns.
Church Fenton is an attractive village with its own facilities including shop, school, public houses and railway station. Tadcaster is some 6 miles and the market town of Wetherby some 20 minutes drive with additional excellent shopping, schooling and sports facilities. The national trunk road network is accessible from the nearby A1 and M62, new A1/M1 link, main line rail connections are available in the village and at Garforth and Leeds/Bradford Airport is within easy reacy by car in approximately 40 minutes.
Clifford is an attractive West Yorkshire village with its own Churches, public houses and bus services as well as being within easy commuting distance to Wetherby, Leeds, York and Harrogate. The A1 is within 11/2 miles giving immediate access to the A64, M62 and A1/M1 link road.There are further excellent facilities in the market town of Wetherby and the village of Boston Spa.
Is an area of Yorkshire countryside nestling between the hills of ancient agricultural land surrounded by historical battlefields and areas of historic interest. Originally a farmholding incorporating a number of stone barns which were converted in the 1990's and a golf course, now turned back to pasture.
Collingham is a much sought after West Yorkshire village some 3 miles from the Market Town of Wetherby and approx 1 mile from the A.1. Well served by a range of shops, primary school and sporting facilities including Cricket and Squash Club, Swimming Pool and Golf Course nearby. Leeds City Centre, Harrogate and York are all within easy car commuting distance with major road networks close by.
Cowthorpe is a rural village some 4.2 miles north of the market town of Wetherby with an excellent range of facilities including shops, schools and sporting facilities. Situated some 2 miles from the A1/M1 and within 10.3 miles of Harrogate and 14.7 miles of York. Located on the banks of the River Nidd and surrounded by open countryside the village has a Church dedicated to St Michael. The church appears to have been built by a Brian Roucliffe, and consecrated in 1458.
Cowthorpe is well known locally on account of an enormous tree, called the Cowthorpe Oak; the circumference of which, close by the ground, was 60 feet, and its principal limb (which is propped) extended to 48 feet from the bole. This venerable oak, now removed had a leading branch which fell, by a storm, in the year 1718; which when measured was found to contain five tons.
East Keswick is a much sought after West Yorkshire Village with the majority of properties being stone built and of similar quality. Almost equidistant to Leeds and Harrogate with York, major road, rail and air networks within comfortable commuting distance. The area is well served by shops, schools and sporting facilities including swimming pool, golf courses, most varieties of sports clubs, fishing etc.
Fairburn is a picturesque and historical village convenient for the A63 and A1/M road providing daily commuting to surrounding commercial centres and noted for its RSPB nature reserve on Fairburn Ings, together with primary school, church, two public houses, cricket and football teams and railway connection line at nearby Micklefield.
Garforth is a thriving Yorkshire community with excellent facilities including Schools, Shops, Sports Centre and many amenities. Situated some 5 miles east of Leeds centre and 3 miles west of the A.1. with the A64 some 6 miles north and Wetherby only some 10 miles. For further ease of commuting the M62 is only some 6 miles and there is a railway station some 1 mile. The new A1/M1 link road is now completed.
Gateforth is a rural sought after village, situated to the South-west of York and West of Selby with surrounding villages offering a wide range of amenities which include primary school, community centre, sports field, local shops and public houses. Gateforth also lies convenient for access to the M62 and A1M both North and South, making this an ideal base for travelling throughout the region.
Great Preston is a small village approximately 8 miles south east of Leeds City Centre, some 2 1/2 miles from Garforth. The M1, M62 are within close commuting distance and Brigg Shaw High and Garforth Community School, as well as a primary school are nearby. There are bus stops close by giving easy access to Leeds, Wakefield and Castleford and walks on the door step make this a desirable location.
Green Hammerston benefits from a rural location with a good range of local amenities and easy access to a number of Yorkshire business centres including York, Harrogate, Boroughbridge and others linked by the A1(M) approximately 3 miles away. Bus services provide links with York, Harrogate and Boroughbridge and there is the added advantage of a railway station at nearby Kirk Hammerton with trains running to and from York-Harrogate-Leeds. There is also a village store, post office, primary school, Church of England and Roman Catholic churches and public house.
The village is ideally located within commuting distance of the larger towns and cities of Leeds, Harrogate and Wetherby which all offer comprehensive amenities including schools, shops and a variety of leisure facilities. Gateways School for girls is located in the village and Leeds Grammar School is a short travelling distance away.
Is a popular and historic village adjacent to Monk Fryston. Both these villages have their own facilities including shops and public restaurants with further ranges of amenities available in Selby, York and Leeds. Situated some 5 minutes drive of the A1M with the M1, M62 and A64 also within easy reach.
An unspoilt village situated 1/2 mile from the A1 and providing easy access for commuting to Harrogate , Leeds and York. Surrounded by delightful countryside with views over towards York and the Minster. Wetherby is some 3 miles to the south , where more comprehensive facilities are available. There is a rail link at nearby Cattal linking Harrogate and York.
Kirk Deighton is an unspoilt limestone village extremely conveniently located approximately one mile north of the busy market town of Wetherby well served by a wide variety of shopping, schooling, travel and recreational facilities. The A1 is also close by giving excellent access to all important centres such as Leeds, Bradford, York and Harrogate as well as convenience for travel further afield.
The Village of Linton on Wharfe must rank as one of the most attractive villages in West Yorkshire appealing to the discriminating purchaser requiring beauty of position combined with convenience and accessibility. Some 11 miles from Leeds and conveniently placed for York, Harrogate, Bradford and other West Yorkshire centres. Road access throughout the county is good, conveniently placed for the Leeds/Bradford Airport and 2 miles from the A1 High Road.
Long Marston is a village almost midway between Wetherby and York and within easy commuting distance of Yorkshire centres with the A1/M1 link road close by. There is a Post Office, Primary School, Church and Methodist Chapel with an excellent choice of shops and sporting facilities nearby in the Market Town of Wetherby and the City of York.
Is an historic village situated to the west of the A1 and south of the A64. Ideally situated, surrounded by open countryside for easy car commuting distance to Leeds and York with the new A1/M1 link road close by and rail station in the village. There is an attractive mix of stone built period property with recent new development, shops, schools and other facilities are available in Garforth, Tadcaster and Wetherby.
Is a popular and historic village close to Sherburn in Elmet. The village has its own facilities including shops and a public restaurant with further ranges of amenities available in Selby, York and Leeds. Situated some 5 minutes drive of the A1 with the A1/M1 Link road, M62 and A64 also within easy reach.
is situated between Boston Spa and Tadcaster some 4 miles from the A1, 13 miles to both York and Harrogate, 14 miles to Leeds. Readily accessible to major Yorkshire centres. Newton Kyme is an unspoilt rural village adjacent to the River Wharfe and must be one of the few villages which must still be classed as a hamlet. Steeped in history and originally a Roman fort the village is mentioned in the Doomsday Book as Newton with the Kyme being added in the 13th century. Surrounded by parkland and open countryside, which is a feature of this once, estate village.
Rufforth is an established village, situated on the B1224 road between Wetherby 8 1/2 miles and York 5 miles approx. Served by its own local primary school, there is also a pub, village church, cricket and sports field as well as post office (open 2 mornings a week in Methodist Chapel). The York ring road is within short commuting distance and conveniently placed for Clifton Moor out of town shopping centre.
Is a pleasant rural village, with a well known local pub/restaurant, 'The Ryther Arms', well located for access to regional amenities, York some 14 miles, Leeds 20 miles and Church Fenton railway station approximately 3 miles.
Saxton is a quiet unspoilt rural village steeped in history and predominantly limestone built properties. It is situated approximately 3 miles east of the A1 and M1, 4 miles south of Tadcaster and a similar distance from the A64 Leeds to York road. Commuting is excellent with Leeds and York only some 20 minutes drive and Leeds/Bradford airport close by. Saxton is also approximately 11 miles from Wetherby.
The village has its own school, church and public house, village hall and children's play area. It is surrounded by rich undulating countryside laced with footpaths and bridleways. Lotherton Hall Park and Temple Newsam are also close by. Scarthingwell Golf Course is approximately 1 mile away. Tennis courts, an indoor swimming pool and access to many other clubs within easy reach.
Scarcroft is a village to the North of Leeds City Centre within easy car commuting distance of Yorkshire Commercial Centres, A1/M1 link road and M62. The Market Town of Wetherby is within 6 miles offering excellent shopping and sporting facilities such as golf courses, swimming pool etc. Schooling in the area is good.
Is a much sought after village only some six miles from Leeds yet surrounded by rolling countryside. The village has its own shops, school and popular Inn. The market town of Wetherby is only some eight miles and there are excellent shopping, schooling and sporting facilities close by. Apart from the A58 access to other major road networks including the A1, M62 and A1/M1 link road are good.
Sherburn in Elmet is situated some 6 miles from Tadcaster and 14 miles from Leeds and 3 miles from the A1. Providing a range of local amenities, including Junior and Senior Education, local shopping facilities and railway connection, both in Sherburn in Elmet and nearby South Milford.
Sicklinghall is a much favoured and picturesque North Yorkshire village some 3 miles from Wetherby with predominantly stone built country style period houses within easy commuting distance of Yorkshire centres, yet retains its school and country inn.
Is an historical and attractive rural village renowned for its ancient castle ruins and disused railway footpath. With the benefit of two Public Houses, Church, Shop and Bus services the village is particularly well situated for commuting to both Wetherby and Harrogate with Leeds and the A1 also close by.
Stutton is a small village to the south of Tadcaster enjoying a rural setting yet convenient for the commercial centres of Leeds and York. The A1 and A64 are both convenient, by car and the M1/A1 link road enables ease of travelling further afield.
Tadcaster is a North Yorkshire town situated one mile north of the A64 Leeds to York road and some three miles east of the A.1. Situated almost midway between Leeds and York, Harrogate and Selby are also within easy car commuting distance.
Tadcaster has a good selection of shops, schools, restaurants and amenities including :- Award winning Swimming Pool, active Sports Clubs, Operatic Society and a number of nearby Golf Courses.
Thorner is a most sought after rural village to the north east of Leeds, situated five miles from the city and possessing a good variety of local amenities including shop, bus services and three public houses. There is a strong community spirit and a variety of recreational facilities. The London/Edinburgh A1 highroad is only a five minutes drive away at Bramham, also easy access to the M1 and M62.
Thorp Arch is a very attractive village situated on the north bank of the River Wharfe adjacent to the village of Boston Spa. Only some 4 miles from the Market Town of Wetherby and easy car commuting distance of Leeds,York and Harrogate with the A1/M1 link road nearby.
Situated in a tucked away location accessed via a small private lane on the outskirts of Thorpe Willoughby village. A popular location lies to the west of Selby. The village hosts a range of amenities including primary school, public house, village shop, doctors surgery and ease of access to motorway network with Leeds some 15 miles to the east.
Tockwith is an attractive village within easy car commuting distance of York, Harrogate, A.1. trunk road and the Market Town of Wetherby. The village has a good range of facilities that include local school, church, two public houses, village shop, hairdressers, bowling green and village hall. More comprehensive facilities are available in the Market Town of Wetherby some 6 miles away and the historic city of York is approximately 10 miles away offering more sophisticated facilities.
Towton is a small development of predominantly modern housing with its own Public House and surrounded by delightful and historical open countryside yet convenient for Tadcaster and Sherburn in Elmet where good shops, schools and recreational facilities are to be found. For the commuter the A64 and A1 link road are within comfortable reach giving access to North and West Yorkshire business centres along with motorway links for journeys further afield.
The village of Ulleskelf lies south of the River Wharfe between Ryther and Kirby Wharfe, some 4 miles from Tadcaster and 5 miles from Sherburn in Elmet. Served by a Post Office, Garage and a Public House. In addition there is a Methodist Church, Anglican Church and childrens playground. For the commuter there is access to the A64 trunk road at Tadcaster linking the A1 and Motorway networks. Situated on the York/Leeds line there is also a rail connection on the edge of the village, which is within the catchment area for Tadcaster Grammar School.
Walton Village is an historic rural community with a wealth of ancient buildings and having many connections with the famous local family of Fairfax who acquired the Walton Estate in 1249.
Situated almost equidistant to Leeds, York and Harrogate with the A.1 some 3 miles and within easy commuting distance of other major commercial centres and road networks. The market town of Wetherby is some 3 miles with an excellent range of shops, schools and sporting facilities including indoor swimming pool, golf course etc.
Wetherby is a West Yorkshire Market Town located on the banks of the River Wharfe and lies almost equidistant to Leeds, Harrogate and York. Local amenities include a range of shops, schooling, sporting amenities including indoor heated swimming pool, 18 hole golf course, tennis, squash, rugby and football teams. Commuting to major Yorkshire commercial centres is via a good local road network with the A1 by pass and M1/A1 link south of Aberford.
Whixley is an attractive rural village of predominantly rustic brick period properties, situated almost equidistant between Harrogate, York and Wetherby enjoying easy access to the A1/M1 link for commuting.
Is a typical quiet rural village with its own Public House. Situated only some three miles from Tadcaster and four miles from the Market Town of Wetherby, where shopping, schooling and sporting facilities are nearby. Several schools have bus facilities to the village. For the commuter there are excellent rail, sea and air links with for the car commuter the A64, A1 and A1/M1 link road all with approximately ten minutes drive.