New Homes in Brough, East Riding Of Yorkshire
Live the Brough life
If you want to live in a town which is close to Hull and the North Sea coast, moving to Brough could be your perfect next step. This is a great place to buy a new home, while we can make your purchase even better through our range of latest offers. For example, our Movemaker scheme could save you thousands on estate agent fees if you have a home to sell as part of your move.
Things to see and do in Brough
Sitting on the northern shore of the Humber, Brough makes great use of its location. It is home to Welton Waters Adventure Centre, while you can set out on foot from your home in the town to enjoy peaceful walks by the water. This is a great place to live if you love being outdoors, with local attractions including the North Cave Wetlands, Humber Bridge Country Park and Far Ings National Nature Reserve.
With Hull just along the Humber, you’re nice and close to a major regional city for shopping trips, evenings out and other leisure pursuits. If you prefer a quieter life, you can look forward to exploring beauty spots like the Howardian Hills, North Riding Forest Park and the Lincolnshire Wolds, and finding a quiet little patch of coastline for a few hours.
There’s a clutch of primary schools in and around Brough all rated as good by Ofsted. This includes Hunsley Primary, Welton Primary and Elloughton Primary, as well as Brough Primary on Springfield Avenue. The local secondary school is South Hunsley School and Sixth Form College. This is on the outskirts of town in the Melton area and ranked as outstanding by the education board.
Brough transport links
The A63 skirts around the edge of Brough, connecting the town to Hull to the east and the M62 just to the west. This motorway gives the town direct, easy access to major cities like Leeds and Manchester, and even Liverpool on the opposite coast. The drive into Hull is only around 20 minutes, while York and Leeds are both approximately 50 minutes away in the car. Brough also has its own train station which offers services to Hull that take less than 15 minutes, with the journey to Leeds just over 40 minutes.
The Brough property scene
Brough is a desirable part of Yorkshire to live in, shown by the strong property prices in the town. Prices are approximately 35% higher than over in neighbouring Hull, and also significantly higher than the average across the rest of the East Riding of Yorkshire.
There’s usually a good stock of properties for sale in and around town, ranging from 1 bedroom terraces and flats to grand period houses on the outskirts. You can also find beautiful new build properties along Blenheim Avenue, which offer stunning estuary views and are within the catchment area for the sought-after local high school.
Properties like this aren’t usually available for long, so give us a call today to see what the latest information is. We can also guide you through how the Help to Buy Yorkshire and the Humber scheme works when you do.