East Riding of Yorkshire
Are you looking for a new home in the East Riding of Yorkshire?
The coastline of the East Riding of Yorkshire faces up to the North Sea, from Flamborough Head to the Humber estuary. A new home in this county will give you a place in a very grounded history.
The breath-taking suspension bridge spanning the Humber River delivers you into the county from Lincolnshire. Hull is the first port of call here, a county capital that leads the way with shipping and ferry services to Europe and beyond. Stepping away from the business of containers and cargo, Hull is the start of the Yorkshire Wolds Way. You can step out on this 80-mile National Trail that curves gently around the county, all the way to the dramatic coast at Flamborough. Historic York just across the border, happy-go-lucky Bridlington by the sea, and the high-tech turbines of the Humber Estuary windfarm, bring past and present together and represent the variety of this area.
The M62 is the county motorway. It links Hull with its seafaring counterpart, Liverpool, via Leeds and Manchester, and the TransPennine Express matches the route with its train services. It’s a great trade and transport partnership.