Enjoy your historic surroundings at Staynor Hall
Following on from the outstanding success of the previous phase at Staynor Hall, our new development of two, three and four bedroom homes in the popular town of Selby will be prefect whether you're looking for your first home or more space for your family.
- Choice of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
- Fantastic commuter links to York and Leeds
- Rich in history with Selby Abbey at the centre of town
- Shops on your doorstep with easy access to retail parks and supermarkets
- Direct link to London – only 2 hours by train
- Selby High Secondary School has an Ofsted â€˜Good' rating
Living at Staynor Hall means you'll be in a fantastic commuter position for York and Leeds city centres with easy access to A19, A1 and M62 for travel around the wider area. Our new development is located on the grounds of a ruined fortified manor house, which was built on the site of a medieval moated enclosure. There are plans for future development of Staynor Hall (possibly as a retail venue), and a new primary school has been built for local residents.
Staynor Hall is close to a large retail park and within walking distance of Selby town centre with its selection of supermarkets, high street stores and independent shops. The town is also well-known for its popular weekly market which offers a selection of delicious local produce and interesting stalls. For further shopping choice the historic city of York is approximately 16 miles away and is homes to large department stores and, if you fancy a bargain, the York Designer Outlet has more than 120 shops to choose from.
Leisure on your doorstep
Selby is a great place to really enjoy life as it's home to a selection of sporting clubs including football, rugby, golf, tennis and ten-pin bowling – it also has its own leisure centre. The River Ouse and Selby Canal run through the town meaning you're never far from a stunning waterside walk, plus the local Barlow Common nature reserve is a great place to spot wildlife. And Selby Park, with its five-acres of beautifully tended gardens and children's play area is a popular place for a picnic.
If you're after culture, and Selby's Globe Community Cinema hosts all the latest film releases and Selby Town Hall Arts Centre holds music, dance and drama events. The jewel in Selby's crown has to be its majestic Abbey – even at 900 years old it still remains one of England's finest examples and is a well worth a visit.
With its great selection of shops, open green spaces, well-respected schools and convenient routes to York, Leeds, Doncaster and Barnsley, Staynor Hall is a great place to set up home.
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