Good schools, easy
access to York and Teesside and the landscape of the Howardian Hills have all
put this Yorkshire town on the map. The Times highlights Easingwold’s collection of ‘civilised shops’, its cobbled market and
the choice of pubs and bistros - as well as the fact that all parking in the
centre is free.
Easingwold is well
connected, with Hammerton, Cattal and Poppleton train stations, all less than
15 miles away, with direct trains to Leeds and York, while Thirsk is a 20-minute
drive away for direct trains to London. The nearest airport is Leeds Bradford.
there is Easingwold Community Primary School which is rated good by
Ofsted. For secondary schooling, Outwood Academy is 14th in The
Sunday Times Parent Power top state secondary schools in the North.
Ofsted-outstanding Ryedale School (2012) in Nawton is also in
catchment and independent schools include Ampleforth College.
Kier Living is
currently offering a range of two, three and four bedroom new homes in Easingwold at Hambleton
Chase, priced from £249,995. Make an appointment to find out more.