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Designed exclusively for the over 60's the proposed Brough retirement development will be home to 19 one-bedroom apartments and 16 two-bedroom apartments.
The proposed 35 flats will feature fully fitted kitchens and double-glazed windows, as well as walk-in wardrobes and walk-out balconies in selected apartments. There will be Sky/Sky+ connection in all living rooms, as well as a telephone and television point in the living rooms and main bedrooms. Residents will also have access to the 24-hour emergency call system, homeowner's lounge and guest suite. On-site parking will be available for permit holders and there will be a lift access for every floor.
The development will be located within easy walking distance to the local shops, where you'll find supermarkets (Morrisons and Sainsbury's Local), dentists, hearing aid audiologist, a medical centre and post office. There are regular buses to the nearby village of Elloughton and further afield, while trains run frequently to major cities such as Hull, Doncaster, Leeds and York.
Brough is a small but affluent town on the northern banks of the Humber. Previously known as Petuaria during the Roman period, it was believed to be the home of highwayman Dick Turpin until his capture and execution. You can even have a drink at the Ferry Inn, the place he was arrested in 1739! Today, Brough is growing in popularity as a great destination for families and retirees.
The town centre of Brough has all the main amenities, including a Post Office, a variety of banks, hairdressers, vets, churches, three pubs and the lovely Brough Golf Club and is also within walking distance of the Blackburn Leisure Sports and Social Club. Public transport is easily accessible, with many main roads crossing through the town. Overnight P&O Ferries sail from nearby Hull to Rotterdam and Zeebrugge for a nice short getaway.
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