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£314,950 - £403,950

The Granary, York

3 and 4 bedroom properties
Water Lane, York, North Yorkshire

 
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About the Development

The Granary brings you and your family the very best of York, without having to live in the city itself. Located in the northern suburb of Clifton, with excellent local schools, shops and services, you’ve got everything you need right on your doorstep, plus the option of the city close by whenever you want it. You’ll also enjoy excellent commuter links, with the York Ring Road just a few minutes away.

The Granary from Redrow will offer a range of two, three and four bedroom detached, semi-detached and terraced homes in York from our award winning Heritage Collection. They’re bound to prove popular, so register your interest today for this brand new development coming soon. Remember, with Help to Buy, you could move for just 5% deposit, with lower monthly mortgage repayments, making it so much easier to find the right home for you and your family.

Amenities

There are several supermarkets within easy reach for your weekly shop, including Waitrose, Sainsbury’s and a large Tesco Extra all within a few minutes drive.
For doctors, register with Clifton Medical Practice on water Lane (Sat Nav YO30 6PS call 0845 474 1257) while for dentists try Clifton Dental practice (Sat Nav YO30 6AW, call 0845 474 1257).

Dining

As a resident of The Granary, you’ll have a choice of good quality restaurants close by, including Mulan Chinese, plus with a much wider choice designed to serve the tourist trade in the city. York has something for every taste and budget, with the excellent Ate O Clock, The Park, OXOs and Little Italy all highly recommended, along with the Ivy at The Grange Hotel.
York is famously home to 365 pubs - one for every day of the year - with many serving delicious home cooked food. Intense competition for business keeps prices down and quality up, especially in the city centre.

Education

Wherever we build a Redrow development, we make sure the youngest family members are well catered for. The Granary lies within easy reach of an excellent selection of local schools, from high schools to faith schools, plus a choice of top class independent education. You’ll find Lakeside Primary, Clifton with Rawcliffe Primary and Burton Green Primary all close by, while older children can choose between York High School, Huntingdon School, Millthorpe School or All Saints Roman Catholic High, all within the city.
York is also home to a several excellent independent schools, such as St Peter’s School (founded in 627AD) and Bootham School, both of which are within easy reach.

Leisure

York has so much to see and do that it attracts seven Million visitors a year, creating a tourist industry worth £450m. The city has endless exciting days out for all the family to enjoy, including the Jorvik Centre, the Castle Museum and the iconic Cliffords Tower, as well as the Chocolate Story and York Dungeons. You’ll also enjoy a huge range of events throughout the year, from the Yorkshire Fringe festival to Britain’s biggest food festival.
For evening entertainment, you’ll find a Vue cinema and a ten pin bowling alley near Clifton Moor Shopping Park, and a Picturehouse cinema in the city centre, along with the Grand Opera House, York Theatre Royal and the Joseph Rowntree Theatre.
For sport, there are several challenging golf courses within easy reach of the development, including Heworth Golf Club and Forest of Galtres. You’ll also find a wealth of sporting opportunities at York Sports Club, which is home to many of the city’s teams. York Races holds regular meetings and other events throughout the year.

Shopping

With Clifton Moor Shopping Park close by, featuring a range of famous names, you don’t have to head into the city to shop. However, if you do, you’ll find a wealth of great shops and stores, plus lots more. Check out the Shambles Market, open daily, or the farmers’ market on the last Friday of the month. Visit the main pedestrianised shopping area for your favourite names, from M&S to Disney, or discover the many quirky shops hidden away down winding alleys and find something truly original.
For a designer bargain, head south to York Designer Outlet, just ten miles south of the city, where you’ll find big brands at huge savings. Monks Cross Retail Park is also popular for out of town shopping, with major names like Debenhams and Laura Ashley.

Transport

York is a largely self-contained city, with good public transport links in and around the centre. The development lies close to the A1237 York outer ring road, within easy reach of the A19 and A59. The A1(M) is just 14 miles to the west with Harrogate beyond at 22miles. Leeds is 25 miles and Hull 38miles.
York is also famous for its trains, and is the home of the National Rail Museum. Trains from York connect to London in under two hours as well as a host of other destinations across the UK, and offers over 600 commuter parking spaces.
Ferries from Hull can take you and your car to Zeebrugge in Belgium, or Rotterdam in Holland for a city break or continental holiday, or you can fly from Leeds Bradford Airport just 32 miles away.

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