£199,999 - £284,999
3 and 4 bedroom properties
The Mile, Pocklington, East Yorkshire
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More information about The Mile...Enjoy modern living in a historic market town
The Mile is our new development in the historic market town of Pocklington, located in the heart of the Yorkshire Wolds. Offering a variety of new two, three and four bedroom homes, this development is ideal if you need to commute to York, Hull and Leeds.
- Selection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
- Good transport links
- Close to York
- A variety of leisure facilities nearby
The Mile is situated on the outskirts of Pocklington, a town with a rich history, located close to the cities of York, Leeds and Hull and a focal point for many nearby villages. It's also in an ideal position to make the most of the stunning Yorkshire countryside and coastal resorts.
Everything you need is close to hand as the town centre hosts a variety of retail shops and facilities. For even more choice, a short drive on the A1079 gives access to the Clifton Moor, Monks Cross, Vanguard and Kingswood retail parks and York and Hull city centres. Also based in York is the popular Designer Outlet.
Pocklington and the surrounding villages provide plenty of dining and leisure opportunities, plus the numerous nearby retail parks are home to a host of restaurants and entertainment activities such as gymnasiums, bowling and cinemas. Easy access to York and Hull city centres provide all sorts of entertainment options, including theatre, opera, museums, live music and much more.Arrange an appointment to hear more about this development
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