Less than 12 months after expanding into York, estate agent Dacre, Son & Hartley has relocated into new city centre premises on Micklegate and has marked the opening by supporting grassroots sport and sponsoring City of York Athletics Club’s junior teams.
As part of the sponsorship, the company is providing the club’s championship winning junior teams with distinctive warm up shirts for the 2023 UK Youth Development League campaign.
Dacre, Son & Hartley opened in York last summer and its new double fronted showroom, which is in a prime position within the city walls, offers highly visible display facilities, as well as valuable support for the firm’s other 19 offices across North and West Yorkshire.
Led by experienced estate agent Nick Udovicic, the Micklegate office specialises in selling all types of homes across a wide area, spanning York city centre, the North York Moors, out to the Yorkshire coast and all the city’s surrounding towns and villages including the likes of Malton, Pickering and Helmsley.
The York team have recently sold homes in central York, Huby and Sheriff Hutton. They are currently marketing a diverse offering including a stunning newly refurbished four-bedroom family home with large gardens at Linton on Ouse and a development site that was formally a Yorkshire Water owned pumping station.
Nick said: “York has been very welcoming to us since we opened last year and we’ve enjoyed plenty of early successes. We’re already building a reputation for marketing every type of property across the city and beyond, which has been key to Dacre, Son & Hartley’s longevity in Yorkshire.
“Expanding into Micklegate will enable us to continue growing in York and gives us a superb base in a busy and central location on one of the city’s most attractive and best-known streets.
“We’re also very excited to be supporting the local community through this latest sponsorship agreement. We’ve been very impressed by everyone at City of York Athletics Club which is undoubtedly one of York’s most successful grassroots sports teams and we’re looking forward to building a lasting relationship with them.”
Nick visited the club’s state of the art facilities at the University of York on a busy training night and was welcomed by a group of highly talented young athletes, who attend schools across York and North Yorkshire, and the club’s chair and team manager, Craig Pounder.