Belvedere Parade is an exclusive development based on the desirable South Beach in Bridlington, offering a unique collection of 4 and 5 bedroom detached homes. The homes at Belvedere Parade offer a high specification along with many also offering enviable sea views. Situated just a short drive away from the centre of Bridlington, Belvedere Parade is the perfect place to call home.
Bridlington Quay was the name of the port area on the sea side which has since become part of the town ‘Bridlington’.
Bridlington was once two separate towns and was originally about a mile from the sea. This part is now referred to as the Old Town. Bridlington Quay was the name of the port area on the sea side which has since become part of the town ‘Bridlington’. Once a large corn trade area of the country, Bridlington’s port and surrounding agricultural land made the town a perfect hub for trade.
Nowadays, there is still some fishing carried out from the harbour at Bridlington and the surrounding villages still produce corn, some of which is malted locally. The town boasts a park and ride system, vastly reducing traffic in central locations, Bridlington Spa which hosts an array of musical and theatrical arts.
There are several large supermarkets in Bridlington including Tesco, Morrisons and Aldi. Just 1.4 miles to The Prospect Shopping Centre which contains an Argos, Boots, Holland & Barrett, O2, New Look, Peacocks and Sports Direct to name a few.
Bridlington has lots of schools, the closest to our development are Hilderthorpe Primary School (also Infants and Nursery), Bridlington School and East Riding College. The largest are Bridlington School Sports College and Headlands School and Community Science College.
Bridlington lies 19 miles (31 km) North-North-East of Beverley, 16 miles (26 km) South-East of Scarborough, 11 miles (18 km) North-East of Driffield, 24 miles (39 km) North of Kingston Upon Hull and 34 miles (55 km) East of York.