John Barkers Solicitors offer a comprehensive range of conveyancing services for our clients in York. We understand that buying or selling a property is an important milestone and we aim to make the process as easy and stress-free as possible.
Our experienced solicitors are on hand to provide advice throughout the duration of your transaction and will regularly update you on any progress being made. We also have access to a wide network of estate agents, surveyors, tax advisors and financial institutions which helps us ensure that everything runs smoothly.
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The York housing market is a diverse and vibrant one, with properties ranging from traditional terraced houses to modern new builds. Whether you’re looking for an investment property or a family home, York has something to offer everyone.
Acomb - Acomb is situated just north of the city centre, making it ideal for those wishing to be close to all amenities. It also enjoys excellent transport links across the city.
Fulford - This popular residential area offers plenty of amenities such as shops, parks and schools, while its transport links are good too thanks to regular bus services.
New Earswick - This charming village is situated on the outskirts of York and boasts a delightful selection of shops, pubs and restaurants. It also has good road links to the city centre.
Clifton - Situated in the south of the city, Clifton is known for its leafy streets and abundance of green space. There are also plenty of amenities nearby, including supermarkets and cafes.
Haxby - Haxby is an affluent residential area located just north of York city centre. The area features plenty of parks and open spaces, as well as a wide variety of shops and restaurants.
Rawcliffe - Rawcliffe is a rural village located just outside York, with close proximity to the North York Moors National Park. The area boasts plenty of amenities, including shops and pubs.
Heslington - This suburban area is home to the University of York and features plenty of student-friendly bars and cafes. It also has good transport links across the city.
Strensall - Strensall is a small village situated on the outskirts of York. The area enjoys excellent transport links via bus services, as well as plenty of amenities such as shops and pubs.
Bishopthorpe - Situated just south of the city centre, Bishopthorpe offers residents a variety of shops and restaurants, as well as regular bus services to the city centre.
Wheldrake - This rural village is located just east of York and features plenty of open spaces and countryside walks. The area also boasts excellent transport links via bus services.
York is known for its vibrant culture and rich history, but it's also becoming increasingly popular among home buyers. With the average selling price of a house in York being £256,000*, there are plenty of options for those looking to buy property in this vibrant city.
The most sought-after areas of York include Acomb, Clifton, Fulford, Haxby and Huntington. These areas boast plenty of single family homes as well as townhouses and terraced properties.
New Earswick is another popular area with an average selling price of £214,000*. It's filled with characterful detached houses and a few bungalows. The area is particularly popular among young families.
The village of Heworth lies just outside of York, and the average selling price stands at £238,000*. Houses here tend to be of the semidetached variety, but the occasional terraced house can also be found.
Strensall is another popular village located close to York. House prices in this area average at £253,500* and mainly consist of single family homes with some townhouses thrown in for good measure.
The nearby village of Wheldrake is well-loved for its semi-rural feel and average selling prices of £274,000*. Here you'll find plenty of detached houses but also some terraced properties.
Heading south of the city, you'll find an array of villages with differing price points. The village of Stamford Bridge has an average house price of £239,000*, with a variety of single family homes and terraced properties.
Tadcaster lies just to the north west, boasting an average house price of £228,500*. This small countryside village is home to mostly detatched houses but some townhouses as well.
Skelton is located in North Yorkshire and has an average house price of £212,000*. The most popular types of housing here are semidetached homes with some terraced properties.
Sheriff Hutton is a village in the Ryedale district and has an average selling price of £213,500*. Here you'll find both detached houses and townhouses.
The village of Brandsburton near Driffield has a typical selling price of £183,000*, with plenty of single family homes as well as some semi-detached houses.
Finally, there's the village of Otterington situated just outside Thirsk. Its average selling price stands at £225,000* with mostly detached houses and a few terraced properties.
These are just some of the many areas in and around York where you can find property for sale. When looking to buy a house in this area, it's best to do your research and explore all available options.