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The Best New Homes And Places To Live In East Riding Of Yorkshire

Posted 30 September 2022 by Keith Osborne

Our regular look at the best current new homes for sale in the East Riding of Yorkshire, and the best places to live…

The WhatHouse? team takes a close look at some of the best places to live in the East Riding of Yorkshire, and the finest brand new homes currently for sale there.

Hull

Hull is one of Yorkshire’s largest cities, with a population of over a quarter-of-a-million, and it combines its role as a trade port with many others, being a base for many national and international company offices, numerous shopping centres and retails parks, a university and a host of sport, leisure and cultural destinations and events.

Strata is a developer that is busy all over Yorkshire and it current has two projects underway in Hull. Dream has a range of three- and four-bedroom homes for sale at the moment and they are great examples of Strata’s contemporary twist on traditional local property styles. Located in the eastern suburbs, it’s a 12-minute drive to the city centre but also well served locally with shops and leisure facilities. Prices at Dream start at £175,000.

Strata is also building an impressive variety of two- to five-bedroom homes at Attraction, located in the north of the city, around seven miles from the waterfront, in the Kingswood area. There’s great shopping and plenty of things to do in this area, and a high standard of schooling (for example Broadacre Primary and Kingswood Academy, both rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted). Prices here start at £200,000, rising to £345,000 for the ‘Florence’, a detached five-bedroom house with large kitchen and dining area, spacious lounge, five bedrooms and two family bathrooms, plus en suite and fitted wardrobes to bedroom one. There’s also an integral garage.

‘Florence’ house type from Strata‘Florence’ house type from Strata

First-time buyers will be delighted to see that the government-backed First Homes scheme is available on plots at a development called Amy Johnson in the west of city. Keepmoat Homes has a number of two- and three-bedroom house styles for sale at with First Homes, qualifying buyers get a 30% discount on the open market price. One example is the ‘Ashby B’, with a full market price of £185,995 but through First Homes, priced at £130,196 for a 70% share. There are other house types coming soon and buyers can ask about schemes such as Deposit Unlock and Easymove to help them. Find out more at www.keepmoat.com.

Find out more about current new homes developments in Hull.

Beverley

This market town is around 15 miles north-west of Hull and arguably best-known for its racecourse. Aside from its busy shopping streets, the town has and a handful of ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted-rated schools, including Beverley Grammar School and Beverley High School. Its broad selection of useful amenities and places to go means there’s a really good mix of brand new homes to choose from right now in Beverley.

For those starting on the property ladder, the Home Reach scheme is a great initiative whereby you can ‘part buy-part rent’ your new home. Requiring only a 5% deposit of the share you purchase (usually starting at 50% of the full market value), you require a reduced mortgage and pay a subsidised rent on the remainder. This means that a three-bedroom terraced house at Queens Court starts at £133,000 (full market value £266,000), requiring a minimum deposit of £6,650. It comes with two double bedrooms (with en suite to one of them) and bedroom three could make a great home office. Downstairs are a kitchen/diner and a separate lounge. Find out more about Queens Court from Home Reach.

On the open market, there are three- and four-bedroom houses for sale at Minster View, from David Wilson Homes , with starting prices from £270,000 to £475,000. There are some new releases here and some special deals on selected plots. Buyers with a home to sell can ask the sales team about the Part Exchange Guarantee scheme. The three-bedroom semi-detached ‘Greenwood’ is on the market for £320,000 and comes with an upgraded kitchen and the offer of £12,000 towards your deposit and £1,000 toward your moving costs. Find out more about Minster View.

Westwood ManorWestwood Manor

For buyers over 70-years-old, McCarthy Stone’s Westwood Manor Retirement Living PLUS is bringing 51 one- and two-bedroom private apartments to a development with communal lounge and garden, a chef-run bistro and hotel-style guest suite. These low-maintenance, energy-efficient homes are thoughtfully designed for accessibility for older residents. Prices start at £229,999 and there are rental options too.

Find out more about current new homes developments in Beverley.

Driffield

Situated about 40-minutes’ drive from Hull and York, in 2019 it was rated by the Sunday Times as one of the best places to live in the north of England, offering a “laid-back” lifestyle and surrounded by a delightful natural landscape. It has an impressive range of amenities and a much-loved weekly market. Its railway station is on the route between Hull and Scarborough.

Mortimer Park is a Barratt Homes development that has proven very popular, now 80% sold. But the latest releases mean there are still three- and four-bedroom houses for sale and prices start at £218,000.

Mortimer ParkMortimer Park

On the northern edge of the town, Tilia Homes is building two-, three- and four-bedroom properties to appeal to all sorts of age groups and budgets at Sycamore Park. Some of these can be moved into before Christmas and some are currently offered under a limited-time deal. Plot 073 is called ‘The Newford’ and it is a four-bedroom detached house priced at £334,995 which until 31 October 2022 will be sold with flooring throughout, a kitchen upgrade including appliances, spotlights, upgraded shower and turf to the rear garden included in the price. It comes with a detached garage and private driveway. Prices here range from £210,995 to £399,995. Find out more at www.tiliahomes.co.uk.

Find out more about current new homes developments in Driffield.

 

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Featured Developments
Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire HU9
£175,000 - £235,000
Dream
Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire HU9 
3 - 4 bedroom properties
Strata Homes
Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire HU7
£195,000 - £345,000
Attraction
Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire HU7 
2 - 5 bedroom properties
Strata Homes
Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire HU17
Price on application
Queens Court
Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire HU17
Contact for more details
Home Reach
Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire HU17
£135,000 - £475,000
Minster View
Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire HU17
3 - 4 bedroom properties
David Wilson Homes
Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire HU17
£229,999 - £309,999
Westwood Manor
Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire HU17
1 - 2 bedroom properties
McCarthy Stone
Driffield, East Riding of Yorkshire YO25
£86,000 - £277,000
Mortimer Park
Driffield, East Riding of Yorkshire YO25
2 - 4 bedroom properties
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A Guide To Part Buy Part Rent
With Home Reach you buy a share of your chosen newly built home and pay a monthly rent on the part you don’t buy. Your budget will decide the size of the share you buy, rather than the size of your home. So, you might decide to buy a bigger share of a lower priced home or a smaller share of a more expensive home.

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