Guide Price £330,000

Travelling east from the A1(M) on the A59 towards York, continue for approximately 3 miles and turn left at the Whixley crossroads. Turn immediately left again onto Longland Lane, following the road up into Whixley Gate. The property is set back from the road on the left-hand side, just before the Village Green and Maypole.





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The property is within walking distance of pubs, 'The Anchor Inn' (Whixley Village) and 'The Victoria' (Cattal Station). For those emergency household items, Whixley itself has a small village shop, the neighbouring village of Green Hammerton has a post office and shop, and a small co-op and Ainsty Farm Shop, stocked with local produce, can be found by the local petrol station, just 2 miles along the A59 towards York.

Further local services including supermarkets and a wide selection of takeaways, can be found in the neighbouring market towns of Boroughbridge, Wetherby and Knaresborough, each about 10 minutes drive.


The following is a description of the type of neighbourhood to which Whixley has been matched, it is not a description of Whixley. The overview describes characteristics frequently found in similar neighbourhoods by ACORN © CACI Limited 2007.

Often, many of the people who live in this sort of postcode will be wealthy commuters living in villages. These are known as type 3 in the ACORN classification and 2.7% of the UK’s population live in this type.

Neighbourhoods fitting this profile are found throughout the shire counties, especially in Oxfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Gloucestershire, Warwickshire as well as in Surrey, Hampshire and Sussex.

This type of postcode comprises wealthy people living in rural villages, predominantly in the shire counties of England. Given the rural nature of these areas, there is some agricultural employment but most residents are affluent, well educated professional people employed in senior managerial positions. There is also more working from home in this type.

Residents tend to be older, aged 45+, with fewer children and more retired people. Housing is spacious, with four or more bedrooms, mostly detached and at the upper end of the property price ladder. Reflecting the older age profile, more properties are owned outright than being bought on a mortgage.

Car ownership is high with more people commuting by car than by rail. Two or more cars per household is common, with high value cars being the norm.

These are financially astute householders, with high levels of ownership of stocks and shares, unit trusts and guaranteed income bonds. The Internet is used to research and purchase financial products as well as cars, holidays and other products.

Leisure interests include walking, bird watching, the fine arts, antiques, classical music and the opera. Membership of the National Trust is also popular.

Favoured newspapers tend to be the Telegraph, The Times and Financial Times


The house was built in 1999 and to our knowledge there are no problems. We say, come and have a look, and if you feel the need for conducting a survey, please do proceed. Our solicitor says we should word this section differently, so please read the following legal jargon;

"The seller of this property gives notice that: (i) the details on this website are for a general outline only, for the guidance of prospective purchasers, and do not constitute the whole or any part of an offer or contract. (ii)the seller does not guarantee the accuracy of descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and other details contained herein and prospective purchasers must not rely on them as statements of fact or representations and must satisfy themselves as to their accuracy. (iii) the reference to any services, fixtures or fittings at the property shall not constitute a representation (unless otherwise stated) as to its state or condition that is capable of fulfilling its intended function. Prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves as to its state or condition or that it is capable of fulfilling its intended function. Prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the fitness of such items for their requirements."

First advertised 28 July 2007. The graphics and layout of this site are owned by or used under license by Bryan Sharp, Copyright 2007.