Living in Beverley
A charming Georgian market town nestled just to the north of Hull, Beverley is perfectly suited for any new homeowner looking for connected but quiet country living. Antique cobbled streets and 16th-century buildings give the town a quaint but historic atmosphere, and its excellent transport links mean you’re never too far from the big city.
With numerous acclaimed local restaurants, pubs, and cafes hidden throughout the town, those looking for new homes in Beverley can expect a vibrant yet cosy community, with all the classic feel of a typical Yorkshire town. And being in ‘God’s own country’, Beverley’s surroundings boast breath-taking vistas of some of the most beautiful landscapes in the North of England.
With Beverley Minister acting as an impressive centrepiece, boasting 13th-century architecture in 3 different design styles, anyone seeking a new build home in Beverley will be spoilt for choice when it comes to local sights. History buffs, music aficionados, racegoers, and shoppers - Beverley caters to visitors and first-time buyers alike.
Beverley Minister is one of the finest gothic churches in all of Europe, but it’s only a part of Beverley’s history. Rowley Manor is a striking Georgian, Grade 2 listed building turned country hotel, offering fine food and good service in a 17th-century setting.
For art lovers, any owners of new houses in Beverley should aim to make the Beverley art gallery their first stop. This purpose-built, Edwardian art gallery is the only one of its kind in East Yorkshire and is home to the largest collection of art by famed local painter, Frederick Elwell.
Anyone looking for homes in Beverley will come to love Beverley’s Market Square. Its 12th century Market Cross is still there, and there are plenty of local gems to discover at the regular market, from local cheeses and sausages to handmade crafts.
Plenty of our homes in Beverley are in perfect walking distance of its idyllic Westwood wildflower meadows and the Yorkshire Wolds. Avid walkers have acres of parkland and fields to enjoy. Its rolling heathlands give magnificent views of Beverley itself, and its Minster. Also located within the Westwood is Beverley’s local golf course and its famed, 16th-century racecourse; home to some of the most anticipated race days in the UK.
For those looking for the most popular local restaurants, The Pipe and Glass is East Yorkshire’s one and only Michelin star restaurant, sourcing as much of its food as possible from local sources. The White Rabbit Chocolatiers is also another local and tourist favourite; an artisan chocolate kitchen and shop combined.
Beverley has plenty more small occasions to offer, including the Beverley Folk Festival, Literature Festival, antique and designer style shops, and Nellie’s, a 500-year old pub with gaslighting and open fireplaces.
For all its tourist charms, you only need to stroll a few minutes out from Beverley town centre to find new houses in Beverley that offer plenty of privacy and seclusion for a new homeowner. One of Beverley’s biggest charms is its seamless blending of popular tourist hotspots and snug Yorkshire town charm.
Settled just off Minister Way, a fifty-mile walking route between the Beverley and York Ministers, our friendly community of new homes in Beverley, Anthem, is an ideal spot for people seeking new houses for sale in Beverley who want to avoid the hustle and bustle that comes with living in the centre of town.
Our new builds in Beverley are right on the doorstep of the Yorkshire Wolds, giving those who have to make the morning commute a taste of the countryside each and every morning. Less than a mile from Beverley station, commuting to Hull from our Beverley homes couldn’t be easier. Its connection to the nearby A1079 also means that York is as little as one hour away by car.