If you’re interested in a building or property service in Thirsk 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.
Located in the heart of North Yorkshire, the number of listed properties in Thirsk reflect the town’s atmosphere. Thirsk is a thriving market town and popular tourist destination located close to the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors. Thirsk is linked by more modern housing developments to Sowerby, although the parishes remain separate.
Thirsk was listed in the Domesday survey and the town is built around a large medieval market square which was established in 1145. Farming has long been the main business of the area, although Thirsk was once known for its leather tanning and saddlery trade.
The 15th century St Mary Church is a grade I listed building.
Horse racing has taken place in the town since the 18th Century and Thirsk Cricket Club is located in the middle of the racecourse. Thomas Lord, founder of Lord’s Cricket Ground, was born in a house which is now the home of Thirsk Museum.
With building surveys to suit every property and budget, and our dedicated team’s extensive knowledge of Thirsk and the surrounding North Yorkshire 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.