The village of Barlby is situated 2 miles (3 km) to the north-east of the market town of Selby, and is bordered to the west by the River Ouse. The development of six high quality new homes are to be built in the heart of the village.
This popular village contains a post office, a library, a late nineteenth-century church on to which these homes border, Barlby Community Primary School and Barlby High School which also serves pupils from the surrounding villages. Historically, Barlby was mentioned in The Domesday Book of 1086.
Selby (2 miles), York (12 miles) and Leeds (24 miles) are all easily accessible from Barlby, giving good access to excellent schools, vibrant markets, shopping, supermarkets and leisure centres. The surrounding market town and villages offer a wide range of amenities, pubs, restaurants and local services.
The development is minutes away from the A63 giving good road links to the A19, M62 and A1. Excellent rail links from Selby, York and Leeds.
Church View is a small exclusive development of just six traditionally built homes. All have been skillfully designed by our architect, starting from 765sq ft. The development will be released for sale in two phases.
Church View has been carefully planned to enhance the character of the village of Barlby. The six properties will have a high standard of build quality and specification. Our customers will be able to choose from three finishes for the kitchen from the builders range (subject to an early commitment to buy). Our aim is to provide every comfort essential for contemporary living, combined with a traditional village way of life.
We have won both regional and national awards for our work from The Federation of Master Builders. Last year we received national recognition in the Local Authority Building Control awards for our standard of building.
Why not come and see for yourself what we do, please get in touch to arrange a viewing.
WA Hare & Son formally established their business in 1890 based at Kelfield where they still reside to this day. They have successfully grown their business from Wheelwrights and Carpenters to Contract Builders and specialist Joinery Manufactures, honing their skills over the generations through the 19th to the 20th Century.