Welcome to Hunters Estate Agents Haxby and Strensall


Haxby and Strensall Estate Agent

Sell, Let or Buy your property with Hunters

Having worked and lived in the Haxby and Strensall area for over a decade, our team understands the property market here better than anyone. Benefit from our expert knowledge and experience to succeed with your property sale or let here.

Our office covers all the areas north of York, including Haxby, Wigginton, Strensall, Earswick, Skelton and Shipton.

Call us now to book your free property valuation.

Our services

· Free property valuation (online or in person)

· A fully managed sale

· Expert advice from our experienced local agents

· Bespoke, professional marketing packages for your property

· Flexible lettings services, from securing tenants right through to fully managing your property

· Financial services

Why Choose Hunters Haxby and Strensall

A local office

Our family-led team has lived and worked here for over a decade and we know the local area better than anyone, both professionally and personally. Our expert team is best placed to give you truly informed advice when you’re making important decisions about your property.

Professional, friendly service

You’ll be kept up to date with what’s happening with your sale or let, and we’re always on hand to answer any questions you may have. As our customer you’ll never wonder what’s happening with your sale or let or how it’s progressing; our friendly team will keep you informed every step of the way.

Our first class lettings service

Benefit from our flexible packages of support for landlords to ensure that you receive the exact level of support you need. Choose a tenant find only service, add a rent collection service, or go right up to a fully managed let.

Marketing excellence

We know how to create the best property listings using professional photography and floor plans to ensure that your listing is the best it can be. We also use QR codes on the board outside your property to give people passing by instant access to your property details.

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For a free property valuation, call us on: 01904 750555

Why live in Haxby and Strensall?

Haxby is a small town that’s right next to Wigginton and as they’ve both grown over the years, they’ve merged into each other. They sit next to the village of Strensall, and this whole area is just a few miles north of York.

Being close to York’s ring road makes travelling by car a great option for people living here, as the road links to nearby towns and cities are excellent. There are regular bus services too, giving good access to York train station and its national services, making travel further afield accessible too.

Haxby and Wigginton have three primary schools between them, and they all feed into the local secondary school, which is just two miles away in New Earswick.

Strensall is a small village that’s seven miles outside of York and it sits on the River Foss. It’s close to the A64 giving easy access to York, Leeds and Scarborough, whether for work or pleasure. Strensall is known for its excellent schools, which have received outstanding Ofsted ratings.

Haxby enjoys plenty of local, independent shops on its high street, which is known as The Village. There’s a local butcher, bakery, off licence, florist, card shop, grocer and much more on offer here.

There’s plenty of places to go out for a drink and meal too. There’s an excellent fish and chip shop, Indian restaurant and Chinese restaurant, as well as four pubs and a good amount of cafes.

Local squash, tennis and football clubs provide plenty of opportunity for locals to keep active and to socialise locally.

There are plenty of lovely villages nearby too, such as Earswick, Skelton and Shipton.

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See what our customers say about Hunters Haxby & Strensall team:

First class excellent service provided by Ian and Claire at Hunters, Haxby. Can highly recommend their professional and friendly service. Nothing is too much trouble and they deliver with integrity. We have both bought and sold via Hunters and are very pleased.

Mr K, York

Ian and Claire provided an exceptional service. We sold and bought through them. They kept everyone fully informed every step of the way, nothing was too much trouble and they certainly made the whole process feel painless! Highly recommend them to anyone!

Mr R, York
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    Ian Dunlop

    Franchise Partner

    Living locally means that what affects our customers affects us as a family. I have worked for Hunters since 2004, starting in York on the front desk and was promoted to Account Manager in the New Homes department in Leeds in 2005. In Leeds I dealt with clients with small projects to developments of more than 200 properties throughout the north. In December 2008 I started this business operating as a Hunters franchise covering the Haxby area and now live and work in Wigginton so I am part of the community. To date we have sold over 500 properties across the area and I love the job of helping people move. I am married to Sam and we have 2 boys. Both boys are now at Joseph Rowntree School are keen footballers and play for Haxby Town and represent Wigginton Squash Club where the family are all members and is a great club. I have a keen interest in music and love going to gigs as well as spending time with the family, but spend most of my time off ferrying the boys around! I am proud to support a number of community groups and charities.

Local area guide

Haxby and Wigginton

The area enjoys the traditional facilities of a small town on its main street ‘The Village’ boasting 2 supermarkets (Sainsburys and Co-Op), post office, and high street Barclays bank. The main shopping areas have a mix of businesses and facilities with most things catered for with butcher, bakers including the popular Haxby Bakehouse & Deli providing fabulous artisan bread and sandwiches, The Tipsy Fox off licence with superb wines and huge gin selection, Haxby opticians, Johnson’s dry cleaners, card shop, florist, grocer, as well as hair and beauty salons. Wigginton has its own village store with traditional newsagents and a deli counter.

In addition there is the award winning Millers Fish & Chips restaurant, Paddyfields the popular Chinese restaurant, The Parvin Indian restaurant and additional take-aways on the high street. There are 4 pubs, a similar number of cafés, a sports bar as well as sports facilities offered at Wigginton Squash Club (3 courts and bar with function rooms and gym) Wigginton Tennis club offers 4 courts with floodlights as well as a Bowls club and even Petanque!

Football is important with well established local clubs Wigginton Grasshoppers and Haxby Town at Ethel Ward playing fields offering football across all age groups. Ethel Ward also has the playground and netball courts and is where the Haxby Carnival takes place in the summer. Also we have a large doctors surgery, 2 pharmacy counters, 3 dentists and an Osteopath!

There are 3 primary schools; Ralph Butterfield (currently Ofsted Outstanding November 2011), Wigginton (Ofsted Good October 2014) and Headlands (Ofsted Good – October 2017). 
All 3 primary schools feed into The Joseph Rowntree School in New Earswick (Ofsted Good - May 2017).

There are 4 churches locally with St Mary’s Haxby and St Nicholas Wigginton which are both Anglican churches, St Margaret Clitheroe in Haxby (Roman Catholic) and the Haxby & Wigginton Methodist Church.

Haxby is located just to the north of York ring road which provides access to all the major road networks. There is a variety of frequent bus services into York which is about 4 miles away. Some bus services go via York Train Station which can get you to London in less than 2 hours as well as a good network across the region and beyond.

Strensall and Earswick villages


This again is a traditional village that sits on the banks of the River Foss about 7 miles to the north of York. The village is extremely popular with families and a big attraction is the Robert Wilkinson Primary Academy school which has an Ofsted Outstanding rating from November 2008 and was converted to an Academy within the last 5 years. The school then feeds into the Huntington School which was Ofsted rated Outstanding in December 2017.

There are a variety of house types in Strensall ranging from 1 bed quarter houses up to large family detached homes in the village with period properties found mainly on ‘The Village’. More modern property was built as the village expanded with the latest development to the north of the main street constructed by David Wilson Homes within the last 3 years.

The Strensall village enjoys various shops including a Tesco Express, a further convenience store, Boots pharmacy, butcher, hairdressers, fish and chip shop, chinese takeaway and 3 public houses.

If golf is your game then you are well catered for in Strensall with the highly regarded York Golf Club on the edge of the village. In addition there is York Golf Range which offers driving ranges and a 9 hole course.

There is also Strensall Sports Club that has 3 Floodlit Tennis Courts and is home to Strensall Tigers Football. The village sits on the edge of Strensall Common which offers lovely walks and wildlife close to the village with deer not an uncommon sight. Slightly further afield is the golf club at Sandburn Hall near Flaxton, which is a popular wedding venue and also has the delightful Tykes restaurant.


Historically a farming village, again on the banks of the River Foss, Earswick is located just off the York Ringroad making it handy to get in and out of the city centre and is on the bus routes from Strensall to York.

The village itself has a variety of housing from bungalows to detached family homes. It is just north of Huntington and the catchment areas for schools are both at Huntington with the primary school Ofsted rated Good in March 2013 and the Huntington School (11 to 18 year olds) rated Outstanding in December 2017.

Both these villages are ideally positioned to get on to the A64 (about 3 miles away) which gives access from Leeds to Scarborough via York and Malton.

There are major shopping centres nearby at Monks Cross and Vangarde with a selection of large supermarkets and stores including Sainsbury, ASDA, M&S (incl Food), ALDI, John Lewis, Next & Next Home, Primark, Debenhams, Clarks, BHS, Top Shop, Rodgers, Sports Direct and Boots as well as a variety of restaurants.

Skelton and Shipton


Skelton is a village with a 13th century church on the picturesque village green. Located only 3 miles from York the village is handy for commuting into the city centre as well as being on the A19 which offers a link between York and the North East.

There is a pub and convenience store in the village with a Post Office counter and Clifton Moor retail park is less than 3 miles away just off the ring road. At Clifton Moor is a large Tesco Supermarket as well as a variety of other retail park outlets, restaurants and a multi-screen Vue cinema.

Skelton Primary School is Ofsted rated Good in October 2015 and feeds into the Vale of York Academy at Clifton. 


The village also lies on the A19 providing road access between York and the North East with a bus service to York and Easingwold.

Shipton’s full village name is actually ‘Shipton by Beningbrough’. The reason is the village is located close to Beningbrough Hall which was acquired by the National Trust and is also linked to the National Portrait Gallery hosting various exhibitions and pieces on permanent loan. A stunning building the Italian inspired Hall (in its current format) was constructed over 300 years ago and is one of Yorkshire’s hidden gems with stunning grounds and 8 acres of gardens.  

At one point it was the home of the Dawnay family whose name is still visible in Shipton, notably on the pub ‘Dawnay Arms’. It is a wonderful place to visit and attracts over 14,000 visitors a year.

Shipton has its own church and also the Dawnay Arms which serves food including a gluten free menu. The village is located just off a National Cycle Route from York which also passes Skelton and Overton. There is a Community Centre near the church which has a playground and playing field behind.

The village has a primary school named ‘Forest of Galtres School’ with an Ofsted rating of Good in May 2013. The school then feeds into Easingwold School about 7 miles to the north. Just outside the village on the A19 north is a filling station with a superb deli café and store with a newly opened fish and chips restaurant next door.

Market Insights

Ian Dunlop - Franchise Partner

Contact Haxby and Strensall

35 The Village, Wigginton, York, North Yorkshire YO32 2PR

Mon - Friday: 9am-5:30pm Sat: 9am-5pm Sun: Closed

Sales : 01904 750555


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