New builds in Beverley
Keepmoat new builds in Beverley
If you’re looking for a new home in a charming market town, then look no further than Beverley. We have a selection of amazing new houses in Beverley, the county town of the East Riding of Yorkshire. Whether you’re a first-time or single buyer looking to get onto the property ladder or a family looking for a larger detached home, our new housing developments in Beverley have got something for everyone.
Our new build homes in Beverley are crafted to the highest standard, with outstanding attention to detail and the option to customise designs so that you can create your ideal home in this picturesque location. With its quaint festivals, town fairs and market days, as well as excellent transport links to explore more of Yorkshire and the UK, Beverley is an in-demand location, so explore our new homes in Beverley today to take the next exciting step towards owning your dream home.
Sunday Times selection of Best Places to Live in Northern England, Beverley is a charming town that was once one of the largest in England due to its wool trade. Now, the market town is celebrated for its selection of fantastic festivals, ranging from food, ale and cider festivals, to events for music and literature, as well as its picturesque beauty and magnificent location amongst rolling countryside.
With all of this natural beauty on its doorstep, you might be surprised to know that Beverley is incredibly well connected with its National Rail train station, meaning that the 2017 UK City of Culture, Hull, is just a 13-minute train journey away. This major desintation on Beverley’s doorstep also opens up travel opportunities to nearby Leeds, Sheffield, York and the rest of the country.
Things to do if you buy a new home in Beverley
Whether you’re looking for idyllic countryside walks or local culture, Beverley is the perfect destination for you. Just outside the town centre, Beverley Westwood is a stunning section of open parkland with cows grazing, perfect for a walk or picnic in the sunshine. It’s also adjacent to Beverley Racecourse. In the town centre, the stylish and modern Flemingate contains shops, restaurants, Anytime Fitness, Jump Inc and the superb Parkway Cinema, meaning there’s always something to do in Beverley.
Beverley lives up to its market town status with its Saturday market day a key part of the culture here, with a smaller market day every Wednesday too. There are a plethora of annual festivals in Beverley, including a wide variety of music genre festivals, such as folk, jazz and chamber music. The town is also home to festivals for literature, puppetry and kites; there really is something for everyone in Beverley!
One of Beverley’s biggest advantages is its fantastic public transport connections. Hop on a train at Beverley’s National Rail station and you can be in Hull, with its culture, museums, bars and restaurants in less than 15 minutes. Cosmopolitan Leeds and Sheffield, as well as the historic, iconic city of York, are all less than 2 hours away via rail and provide ample opportunities for days out and connections to the rest of the UK. For those wanting to drive, Beverley is well connected to the rest of beautiful Yorkshire with a selection of convenient A roads.
If you want to travel further afield, Humberside Airport is a mere 40-minute drive away, while Leeds Bradford Airport opens up even more of the UK and Europe and takes just under an hour and a half to get to.
If you’re moving to Beverley with your family, you’ll find a range of primary and secondary schools perfect for you and your children. There are a wide variety of primary options, many of which are rated Outstanding or Good by Ofsted, as well as an excellent choice of secondary schools too. Beverley Grammar School is the oldest state school in England, having been founded in 700 AD, with Beverley High School and Longcroft School also options for families moving to the town.
As well as its primary and secondary school, Beverley is also home to a campus of East Riding College, which offers a range of different further education courses for those wanting to pursue education once they’ve finished school. For those who want to fly the nest but still be close to the town, nearby Leeds, York and Sheffield all have universities in the top 30 of the Complete University Guide.