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A Beal home is where the heart is

In what has become a very different world, people are spending more time at home and fully appreciating the importance of making their own space truly work for them.

And, with home working on the rise, many of us are finding we need the space and flexibility to combine family life and work successfully.

As the pandemic changes so much in our daily lives, the unique opportunity East Yorkshire-based Beal Homes offers to every buyer to make their new home exactly as they want it to be has never been more popular.

Every Beal house starts as a blank canvas, ready for the buyer to work with the family-owned housebuilder’s expert designers to create their individual dream home.

From altering room layouts to choosing fixtures, fittings and finishes – every detail is covered and considered, to bring each buyer’s vision for their new home to life. Beal can even help customers put their own stamp on their outdoor space with support from an expert landscape designer.

Above: As people spend more time at home we fully appreciate the importance of making our customers’ space truly work for them.

“And now, with the changes to all our lives brought about by the pandemic, we’re finding that flexibility has never been so attractive.

“People also want generous space, indoors and out, and to live in places with a clear sense of community. Our range of homes and developments tick those boxes too.”

Above: Buyers can design their outdoor space with support from an expert landscape designer.

Beal’s latest developments are in East Yorkshire’s most desirable locations – Pilgrims Walk in Hessle, West Hill II in Kirk Ella and St Mary’s View in Beverley, as well as The Greenways in Goole, one of the region’s best connected and most up-and-coming towns.

Buyers can also choose contemporary city living in Hull’s Fruit Market urban village or opt for Kings Vale in the popular Kingswood Parks community.

Wherever you prefer, Beal offers every buyer the very best of luxury living, perfect for life today.

*This article appeared in the December 2020 edition of The Journal.