As with to the west of Hull, there are also many beautiful villages to the east of the city that are perfect for people of all ages. From couples looking for a safe neighbourhood to raise a family, to retirees that are ready for a slower pace of life, you’re bound to find the perfect property in an East Hull village.
Generally speaking, the properties in East Hull villages are of a higher value than many within the city itself. It does of course depend on where exactly you’re looking, but many of the villages boast truly exquisite homes for sale that are perfect for living a luxurious lifestyle. That said, there are also more modest properties that are no less charming and just as ingrained in their local communities.
As a result, East Hull villages are home to business owners and employees, professional couples and growing families, young people and pensioners alike, making them very welcoming and rich in character
There are so many East Hull villages to choose from. Bilton, Ganstead, Sproatley, Humbleton, Paull, Thorngumbald and Burstwick are just a few examples, plus the larger town of Hedon has Holderness Academy & Sixth Form College on its outskirts.
Wherever you choose to live, all of the villages to the east of Hull are within a short drive of the city, not to mention charming coastal attractions such as Hornsea, Skipsea and Bridlington further to the north.
With so much greenery and natural scenery on your doorstep, one of the best things about living in an East Hull village is being able to connect with nature so easily. There are countryside and woodland walks aplenty, as well as places of historical interest.
A top example is the magnificent Burton Constable. Home to the Constable family for 700 years, this tremendous country house and its enormous grounds hosts a wide variety of exciting events, plus its heavenly afternoon tea could very well be the most splendid in the entire region.
What would a village be without a cosy pub where you can chat with fellow locals and enjoy a homecooked meal? We recommend exploring the area, as you’ll discover all kinds of delightful family-owned inns to suit your mood and preferences.
Whether it’s a wide range of real ales or a child-friendly environment, a large beer garden to spend a sunny afternoon or a roaring fire on a chilly autumn night, a place to take the dog or spectacular views across the Humber, you’re sure to find it in an East Hull village pub.