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Harrier Chase in Brough by Barratt Homes

Brough, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU15 1WP

2, 3 & 4 bedroom properties
£178,000 - £333,000

 
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On the northern banks of the Humber Estuary, Harrier Chase is ideal for first-time buyers and families alike.



Harrier Chase is also within the catchment area of the highly sought-after, Ofsted rated outstanding, South Hunsley High School. Commuting is a breeze too, thanks to the nearby A63, M62 and local rail station for fast travel around the region.

Video tours available – click here to see a range of video tours for homes available at Harrier Chase.We are now open 7 days a week - book your appointment today!Harrier Chase has everything you need, within close range. Morrison's supermarket and Sainsbury's local are just a mile away. Within the town you'll also find a medical centre, dental studio and vets, handy for everyday living.Your new home at Harrier Chase enjoys being within close proximity to some fantastic leisure activities including; Harrier Chase enjoys a great location at the edge of the friendly town of Brough. It's also easy to commute and explore the region, thanks to quick transport links including the A63 and M62, with Hull just a 17 minute drive away.

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