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New Homes in Yorkshire

Britain’s biggest county offers up some of the UK’s most spectacular scenery, as it opens out from Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire in the East Midlands, right up to the borders of County Durham in the North East and Cumbria in the North West.

Nicknamed ‘God’s Own Country’ for its spectacular landscapes, new homes in Yorkshire are spread out across North Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, East Yorkshire and West Yorkshire. Whether you’re enjoying a night out in one of the region’s vibrant cities or exploring the area’s history and beauty spots like the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors, don’t miss our latest developments in Yorkshire below.


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    Manor Chase

    Manor Chase

    Stump Cross, Chapel Hill, Boroughbridge, YO51 9HU
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  • Heather Croft

    Heather Croft

    Whitby Road, Pickering, YO18 7HH
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £129,000 to £545,000
  • Elysian Fields, Adel

    Elysian Fields, Adel

    Otley Road, Adel, LS16 8AF
    • 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom
    • £374,995 to £914,995
  • Minster View

    Minster View

    Voase Way (off Woodmansey Mile), Beverley, HU17 8FF
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £270,000 to £480,000
  • Edwin Vale

    Edwin Vale

    Doncaster Road, Hatfield, Doncaster, DN7 6AT
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £217,000 to £315,000
  • Harland Park, Cottingham

    Harland Park, Cottingham

    Harland Way, Cottingham, HU16 5TA
    • 4 bedroom
    • £403,000 to £540,000
  • Hesslewood Park

    Hesslewood Park

    Jenny Brough Lane, Hessle, HU13 0FE
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £122,500 to £406,000

Living in Yorkshire


As such a large region, there are many different ways you can choose to spend your life in Yorkshire. From bustling market towns to lively cities and swathes of rural countryside, a beautiful and diverse corner of the world is your oyster. Whichever lifestyle appeals to you the most, head over to our latest offers page to see if you could benefit from something like our Movemaker scheme. With this, we could help remove the hassle from selling your old home, and even pay your estate agent fees too. 

Things to see and do in Yorkshire

The stunning natural scenery which leads to Yorkshire being known as ‘God’s Own Country’ is prevalent across the region. From the North York Moors, North Riding Forest Park and the Pennines, to the Yorkshire Dales, Nidderdale and the Howardian Hills, this is a wonderful place to live if you love walking, running and cycling outdoors. There are also plenty of beaches and seaside towns to enjoy as well, thanks to East Yorkshire’s pretty stretch of coastline. 

The Peak District spreads out into South and West Yorkshire too, while the region is also packed with culture. Historic cities like York and modern hotspots such as Leeds are among the best places for this. Whether you’re enjoying a night out in Sheffield, visiting traditional spa town Harrogate or enjoying a weekend break in Scarborough or Whitby, Yorkshire offers countless ways to spend your spare time. 


Some of the UK’s best schools can be found in Yorkshire. From community primaries to state secondaries, grammar schools and top independents, your children’s education can be in very safe hands. More populated areas naturally have a higher concentration of options, while some of the region’s major cities offer excellent higher education facilities. Plus, our developments in places like York are often close to a selection of schools classed as either good or outstanding by Ofsted. 

Transport links in Yorkshire

Lying within the heart of Britain, there are excellent regional transport links which connect Yorkshire’s major towns and cities both to each other and to other parts of the country. There are plenty of key rail services between places like Leeds and Sheffield, which also offer speedy routes to neighbouring cities such as Manchester and Nottingham. 

The M1 and M62 motorways also connect parts of Yorkshire to those places, with the latter running all the way across the country between Hull on the east coast and Liverpool on the west. The A1(M) heads north towards Middlesbrough, while York and the coast are served by a network of A roads. 

The Yorkshire property market

In general, Yorkshire has a solid property market, although prices are lower than the national average. Even so, they’re similar to the neighbouring North West and higher than the North East, albeit with a vast choice of properties available to suit all types of budgets. 

Whether you’re interested in a 1 bed apartment in York or a large detached house in a place like Bradford, we’ve got a number of brilliant new build sites in Yorkshire. And thanks to offers like the government’s Help to Buy Yorkshire & The Humber scheme, buying a new home in the region could be even more affordable than you thought.

Help to Buy Yorkshire

In Yorkshire you can take advantage of Help to Buy Yorkshire & The Humber if you are a first time buyer. Take a look at the Help to Buy Yorkshire & The Humber page to find out how the scheme works and how it can help you move.