Top of the Props: Our pick of the best new homes for sale in Hull/East Yorkshire

Posted 13 April 2015

Recent figures published by Lloyds Bank showed Hull is one of the most affordable cities in the UK for property, with the average price just under five times average salary (the ratio for the least affordable city, Oxford, was 11 times). With over 22,000 students enrolled at the University of Hull, there is a buoyant rental market for investors.

The city and Humberside area suffered greatly with the demise of the shipping and fishing industries in the latter part of the 20th century, but there is optimism for a long-overdue renaissance for the area.

Hull has been named the UK’s City of Culture in 2017, and there has been considerable investment from Siemens and others in the wind turbine industry in the region, with the new Green Port Hull serving as a hub for vast North Sea wind farms. Thousands of jobs are expected to be created as a result of this investment.

Linden Homes – Bradley Meadow, Market Weighton

The official opening of the four-bedroom family show home at the Bradley Meadow development in Market Weighton took place over the Easter holiday. There was a ribbon-cutting ceremony before visitors were shown around the ‘Newbury’ show home.

Prices at this development currently range from £194,950 to £279,950. A number of the new homes have already been snapped up from plan and the first of the 99 two-, three- and four-bedroom homes are due for completion this Spring.

Market Weighton, with its long history dating back 750 years, is perfectly positioned between the bustling centres of Beverley and York. The local area also offers excellent educational and recreational facilities and boasts its own eclectic history.

Find out more at ; 0844 644 2884.

Beal Homes – Kings Chase, Kingswood Parks

In this development of three- and four-bedroom contemporary homes, each one has been designed for modern life, boasting spacious, contemporary living spaces together with the unique option of altering layouts to create your very own bespoke interior.

Kingswood Parks is within minutes of leading retail stores Next, M&S, Boots, Argos and ASDA amongst others and entertainment is provided by Cineworld Cinema and Hollywood Bowl. A good selection of dining options are just a stone’s throw away. Kingswood also has its own David Lloyd health and fitness centre.

Alongside a new primary school, medical centre and pharmacy, the new village centre will further enhance this vibrant community. There is easy access to the A1079 together with excellent road links into the city centre. Kingston upon Hull has mainline rail services and connects easily to the motorway network via the A63 to the M62 and M1. Both the Humberside and Robin Hood/Doncaster airports are within easy reach by car.

Find out more at ; 01482 830046

Peter Ward Homes – The Manor, Gilberdyke

The Manor in Gilberdyke is set in a great rural location on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds and offers all the advantages of a busy, village community. Choose from seven different house types including terraced, semi-detached and detached houses in this ideal location for first-time buyers and families alike.

Find out more at ; 01430 6311000

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