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LET’S MOVE TO … YORK
The famous Minster, the ancient walls around the city centre or perhaps The Shambles – an old street, dating back 500 years with over hanging, timber framed buildings – are all things which have helped to maintain York’s renown at home and abroad.
It’s past as the capital of England during the Roman era, as a significant base in the confectionery industry and home to the court where infamous highwayman Dick Turpin was tried and sentenced to death are other claims to fame which are perhaps a little less well-known.
Rich in heritage, the city is one where the past is almost always present – either in the architecture, recreated in ghost walks or played out in gruesome detail deep in the vaults of the Dungeon Museum.
But, time hasn’t stood still. Today the city is also home to one of the UK’s most modern universities, it boasts one of the most up-to-date public transport systems in the UK, while a selection of retail and business parks are dotted around the suburbs where some of the UK biggest corporations have offices. It helps that York remains connected to the rest of the UK through high-speed rail links established when fast trains were still a new concept.
However, York’s topography almost makes it one of the UK’s best-known “cycling cities”. Built on both banks of the River Ouse, the lack of slopes mean even those who don’t go in for skin-tight Lycra can make it to work without needing half an hour to recuperate when they get there.
As North Yorkshire’s hub, prices can be a little higher than neighbouring metropolitan boroughs such as Leeds to the west, Hull to the east or Middlesbrough to the north. However, that’s not to say York is only within reach of the well-heeled. A quick search on Rightmove’s website will demonstrate there are plenty of three-bedroom family homes available in suburbs like Rawcliffe, Heworth, Haxbyor Dunnington for anything between £200,000 and £250,000 while modern city centre apartments can be found for around the same asking price.
If you like city life but like to be with easy reach of stunning countryside – such as the Yorkshire Dales or the North York Moors – then York could definitely be the right choice for you. And that’s without mentioning a gentle cruise on the river, a night at the theatre, a visit to the cinema or the bowling alley or a staggering choice of pubs, restaurants, bars and clubs. Need we go on …?