Hunters Estate Agents and Letting Agents Boroughbridge is led by a small yet highly skilled team, whose combined experience in estate agency equates to over 40 years.
Operated since 2008 by director Julia Preen and situated in this bustling North Yorkshire town, Hunters the Estate Agent in Boroughbridge is known for its outstanding knowledge of Boroughbridge, Ripon and the surrounding areas as well as, of course, selling or letting your property.
Hunters the Estate Agent and Letting Agents Boroughbridge specialises in valuations based on a sound understanding of the local property market. We have an impressive portfolio of properties for sale and to let in Boroughbridge, Ripon and surrounding areas. We are able to work with all budgets and a full range of customers and requirements, from first time flats, to riverside townhouses and gorgeous village houses.
Whether you are ready to buy a new home, sell up, or perhaps let your property, Julia and her team of knowledgeable and professional staff are here to help.
The friendly community feel of Boroughbridge is felt no more than at one of its many festivals and notable events, whether it’s the annual rural extravaganza of the Aldborough Show or a one-off vintage fair. Once boasting 22 pubs, the handful that now remain are proud purveyors of local brewed and national ales.
For a free, no obligation, sales or lettings valuation, or to register to let us help you find your dream home, contact Hunters the Estate Agent and Letting Agents Boroughbridge.
This Office is a Member of a Client Money Protection Scheme; NALS A4946
VAT Reg No: 935 4483 05 | Registered No: 06611577 | Registered Office: 34 High Street, Boroughbridge, York, North Yorkshire, YO51 9AW.
A Hunters franchise owned and operated under licence by Property Boroughbridge Limited.
Steeped in history and surrounded by stunning countryside, the small but bustling North Yorkshire town of Boroughbridge is ideally situated in close proximity to the A!, and is a great base for exploration to Harrogate, Ripon and York. Despite its size, Boroughbridge’s small and picturesque centre still manages to cram in all useful amenities and delightful extras, from specialist fruit and veg shops to boutiques and a Morrison’s supermarket (situated just outside the town for those larger shops).
With its sweeping weir, The River Ure makes a spectacular focal point and a hub for keen fishers and boating enthusiasts, who have access to private moorings and boat trips. The canal which runs parallel is one of the most northerly points of the country’s expansive canal network.
Boroughbridge is home to “The Devil’s Arrows”, a series of millstone pillars thought to date back 4,000 years, the tallest of which, at 22ft 6in tall, stands at a greater height that Stonehenge. Centuries later, the fountain in St. James Square was built over an artesian well in 1875 and still stands proudly in the centre.
The town is well known for its welcoming community spirit, which is shown in abundance at its regular festivals and events. Most notable perhaps are the many fairs and the annual rural extravaganza that is the Aldborough Show. Boroughbridge was once home to 22 pubs, sadly some of have closed but those that remain proud to supply both national and local brewed ales.