New homes in Yate
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Whether you want to be heading to Kingsgate Park or casting your net further afield to spots such as Bitterwell Lake and Lower Woods, you’ll love our developments closest to Yate, which you can start exploring below.
Live the Yate life
Yate is the perfect place to live if you want to enjoy a relaxing pace of life but still want easy access to Bristol, whether for work or any other reason. And with our range of great offers such as the Part Exchange scheme, you could be closer than you think to securing your dream home.
Things to see and do in Yate
Surrounded by lovely green countryside, you don’t have to venture far from your home to enjoy a relaxing walk. Yate is also a popular location for golf fans, with a couple of courses on the edge of town putting the picturesque local scenery to great use. Kingsgate Park meanwhile is close to the centre, with its atmospheric lake and kids’ playground.
West Country Water Park is a short drive west of town, while you can also explore Lower Woods and Overscourt Woods nearby. Visit Kingswood Abbey, Little Stoke Park and Acton Court, or take the dog to Wapley Bushes as you continue to enjoy the local landscapes.
There are plenty of good schools in and around the town centre, with central options for younger children including St Mary’s CoE, Broadway Infant School and Ridge Junior School. All of those schools are rated as good by Ofsted, along with Wellesley Primary and Culverhill School, which are both to the south west of the town centre.
If it’s secondary schools you're looking for, then Yate Academy ranks as one of the best options anywhere in South Gloucestershire. Culverhill School caters for kids aged from seven to 16, while Brimsham Green School to the north west of town is another good option in Ofsted’s eyes.
Yate transport links
Yate’s train station lies where Badminton Road turns into Station Road. The town benefits from community transport and green travel initiatives, as well as bus and rail services. It’s only 20 minutes to Bristol on the train, while you can use the M32 motorway to drive there in a similar amount of time. The M4 and M5 also pass close to town, giving you easy access to places like Swindon, Reading, London and South Wales.
The Yate property scene
The Bristol area has seen property prices rise at a much faster rate than the UK average in recent years, and this trend has been felt in Yate as well. Check out everything from modern 1 and 2 bedroom apartments to larger 3 and 4 bed townhouses available just off Goose Green Way on the northern edge of town.
If this sounds like the area for you, make sure you ask about our latest offers when you pick your new home today. Perks such as our popular Movemaker scheme could help your move run smoother than you could ever have imagined, and save you from additional costs in the moving process.