If you’re interested in a building or property service in Easingwold that is not listed above, please contact us for advice as it is likely we can still help, or can help you find you a property professional who can help you.
Easingwold is set amongst besides the Howardian Hills, the beautiful rolling hills of North Yorkshire. The historic settlement has origins dating back to the Danes (Uppleby) and Angles and was mentioned in the Domesday survey.
Easingwold market dates back to the 17th century, but the original Shambles has since been replaced by the Easingwold Town Hall building which dates back to 1864, and now houses a printing company that produces the Easingwold Advertiser. The market square is well maintained and surrounded by period buildings and cobbled sections including a number of award winning eateries and public houses such as The York public house. Some 51 Listed buildings exist in Easingwold.
Easingwold is the economic centre for a larger rural population including rural villages, such as Crayke, Brandsby, Yearsley, Stillington, Tollerton, Alne, Raskelf, Husthwaite and Oulston. As a consequence, Easingwold School and Sixth Form college caters for around 1000 pupils with a population in Easingwold itself of only about 5,000.
With building surveys to suit every property and budget, and our dedicated team’s extensive knowledge of Easingwold and the surrounding area, we can provide comprehensive, quality advice you can trust. We will help guide you all the way through your property purchase, getting to know you and the property on an individual level.