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Williamsfield by Williamsfield Developments Limited

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Williamsfield - Exclusive, high quality development

At Williamsfield, we are devoted to creating exceptional family homes. We pride ourselves on consistently high build quality, technical standards and immaculate finish standards. Each and every one of our homes are rated ‘A’ for efficiency – enabling us to proudly boast we are in the top 2% across the East Riding for building energy efficient homes.

We provide the opportunity for you to select your colour scheme, choose from a large selection of high quality fixtures and fittings and more, subject to development stage. Make your home truly unique to you!

With family life in mind, every home benefits from soundproofed flooring. This makes for a quieter and more peaceful way of living.
All of our homes feature high specification Bosch and Neff kitchenware. Cloakrooms, en-suites and spacious family bathrooms all benefit from Ideal Standard sanitaryware, fixtures and fittings with immaculate contemporary tiling.

By fitting ‘A’ rated triple glazed doors and windows in all of our homes, we are able to install much larger windows, with less heat loss. Therefore not only do our homes look and feel light and airy they are also extremely energy efficient.

All windows and doors have been installed to exceptionally high security standards. Although Cranswick has a minimal crime rate, Williamsfield Developments believe adhering to strict safety requirements brings peace of mind to residents and creates a safe, secure community.

Energy efficiency is of a high priority at Williamsfield Developments. Solar panels, ‘A’ rated triple glazing, ‘A’ rated appliances and boiler systems and extremely efficient insulation is in place to name but a few of the features we have provided within all of our homes. This gives you as a homeowner the confidence to run your home economically, without compromising day-to-day living. Originally designed to a higher level of the ‘Code for Sustainable Homes’ we now build all of our properties to our own higher build standards and higher finish standards.
  1. Quality, innovative, energy efficient homes
  2. Rural location with excellent transport links
  3. High quality finish across all homes
  4. Help to buy available



Williamsfield Road, Hutton Cranswick, YO25 9BH

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

Information about Hutton Cranswick

Hutton Cranswick is a working community comprising the villages of Hutton and Cranswick. Situated approximately 3 miles south of Driffield and 8.6 miles north of Beverley, it has an ample selection of shops including a convenience store (Spar), a butcher, a fish and chip shop, a post office counter located within Spar (limited services), farm shop, garden centre, hairdresser and a public house.

Originally comprising of two villages, Hutton to the north, and Cranswick to the south, the expansion of the villages has merged them together to form a single village, Hutton Cranswick. However, the individual parts of the village are still often referred to by their separate names and both maintain their individual character.

Hutton Cranswick’s main claim to fame is its village green, which is claimed to be the largest in the East Riding. It runs to some six and a half acres and provides the village with a pleasant visitor attraction that includes mature and impressive horse chestnut trees, a children’s play area and the village pond.

The village is served well by local transport between Scarborough and Hull, with a centrally located railway station and bus stops throughout the village. The village currently has the use of a community bus on a Thursday providing transport links around the village and a service to the bus stop and train station.

There are three halls in the village; the sports hall mainly provides facilities for sports clubs. The others provide facilities for official meetings and are otherwise well occupied by various clubs and societies including a very active W.I. a gardening club, sequence dancing, a bowls club, karate, children’s activities, tai chi, art classes and more. The halls do not belong to the village. They are owned and managed by the Sports and Recreation Association, the Methodist Church and the Women’s Institute. There is a purpose built Sports and Recreation Centre providing facilities for football and cricket teams from around the area.

Each month the village produces a local newsletter (The Bulletin), providing advertising for local businesses, articles on local affairs and the opportunity to advise residents of forthcoming events and the success or otherwise of past activities. The bulletin also includes minutes from the monthly Parish Council meeting.

There is a thriving industrial estate with a varying range of industries providing varied employment opportunities including two PLC’s, three garages, caravan storage and various small businesses in workshop units.

The village has a history traceable to the Domesday Book, some of which was recorded in 1980 by Herbert Johnson in his book “A Tale of Two Villages.” The last twenty years was updated by a resident author in 2000 and reprinted by the Bulletin Committee as a millennium project.

Transport Links

Northern Rail operate the East Coast train line, with frequent trains travelling between Scarborough and Hull. In addition to the train service, there is a bus service which also runs between Scarborough and Hull. Sitting adjacent to one another, the train and bus stations in Hull provide an excellent link should you wish to further your travels, with a direct train to Manchester airport, Leeds City centre and York.

Hutton Cranswick is approximately 31.5 miles north of the M62 (Howden) for commuters travelling south and is approximately 50 miles east of the A1(M) Junction 47 for commuters traveling north. Humberside Airport is approximately 34 miles north and Leeds/Bradford Airport is approximately 65 miles west.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Hutton Cranswick (0.1 miles)
National Train Station logo Driffield (3.2 miles)
National Train Station logo Nafferton (4.4 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

About Developer

Formed to develop Williamsfield Road.

Williamsfield Developments now offer exceptional homes conveniently located on the main transport corridor for the Beverley – Driffield - Bridlington region of the East Riding.

Originally designed to a higher level of the ‘code for sustainable homes’ we now build all our properties to our own higher build standards, higher finish standards and all our designs are A rated for energy efficiency. We say this makes Williamsfield homes exceptional and unique in the area. Williamsfield standards include:
•Energy – all A rated. In top 2% regionally
•Triple glazed
•Industry leading NHBC BuildMark warranty
•High specification Bosch kitchen/Ideal standard sanitary ware
•Exacting design and construction standards

All this and much more.

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