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Moving to Addingham

Are you planning to be . This pretty village situated approximately 22 miles West of Knaresborough lies close to the Yorkshire dales and sits in the valley of the River Wharfe.

Property prices if Moving to Addingham

House prices have risen by 2.25% over the past 12 months. You will expect to pay around £242,231 for the average home. A detached property can be purchased for approximately £290,760, a semi-detached for £175,440 and terraced homes are selling for £138,134.

Local Council if Moving to Addingham

If you are planning to move to Addingham, and need information on schools, planning permission, parking permits or council tax, council planning permission meetings are held on a regular basis. Simply contact. www.bradford.gov.uk

Local Schools if Moving to Addingham

Hothfield Junior School (0.2 miles)
Aire View Infants School (0.3 miles)
Steeton Primary School (1.4 miles)
University Academy Keighley (2.7 miles)
The Holy Family Catholic School (3.0 miles)
Beechcliffe Special School (3.1 miles)
Brooklands School (4.1 miles)
Bradford Grammar School (10.0 miles)
Bradford Christian School (10.0 miles)

Leisure if Moving to Addingham

The beauty of the Yorkshire Dales is famed. No matter what the season, it is a stunning place to visit. In the winter it is wild and windy and in the summer, tranquil and peaceful.

The Dale is littered with flowers at certain times of the year and the heather is so pretty, a purple carpet.

If you enjoy walking then it’s a must visit. As you stroll over the dales, apart from the beautiful scenery, you will see stone barns, old traditional dry stone walls and lots of waterfalls. It is estimated that 8.3million visits come to the Dales each year. You will not be disappointed.

Why not have lunch or dinner at the “Craven Heifer” which has been awarded 4 stars and 2 rosettes from the AA for its stunning rooms and sumptuous food.

It has recently been completely refurbished to a very high standard bringing even more charm and character to the village of Addingham. You can choose from a range of finely cooked and presented cuisine here from afternoon tea to the À La Carte Menu.

The building itself is stunning. Stay over and choose from a range of beautiful rooms such as the Crown Nest, which features a wooden oak floor, hand-made bed, cast iron bath, complete with rivets, old fashioned captain’s desk, ropes – and an emergency tot of rum! Fantastic.

Cable and Phone Connections if Moving to Addingham

If you’re moving to Addingham, and need to know the broadband availability, simply visit: http://www.cable.co.uk/

Travel Connections if Moving to Addingham

Getting to Addingham by car is via the: A59/A658/A65/A660.

If you plan to travel by air, the nearest three airports will be: Leeds Bradford International Airport (12.1 miles), Manchester International Airport (41.1 miles) and Blackpool International Airport (45.3 miles).

Travelling by train you will find that the nearest stations are: Steeton & Silsden (1.0 mile), Cononley (2.7 miles) and Knightley (3.7 miles)

Domestic Removals If moving to Addingham

This item is brought to you by www.whiteandcompany.co.uk the removals storage and shipping company serving Addingham and the surrounding area.

If you are looking to move home or move to Addingham, White and Company have been providing a removals service for over 140 years and are members of the British Association of Removers.

White & Company also provide specialist removal services to locations around the UK, Jersey and Guernsey. We work tirelessly to provide the best possible service and peace of mind for those looking to move home.

This service is aimed at people moving in Addingham and for those looking for a local removals, storage and shipping company.

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