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Yorkshire lad, do you know the St John's Rd area of Bridlington. I am considering a propery on the new Bovis development on Britannia Road but I don't really know what that part of Bridlington is like.

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Yorkshire lad, do you know the St John's Rd area of Bridlington. I am considering a propery on the new Bovis development on Britannia Road but I don't really know what that part of Bridlington is like.

Most of the houses on that estate are the 3 story variety. They are built in the playing fields of the former Lower Bridlington School where my mum worked when she was a teacher.

Location wise it isnt too bad, not far from local shopping amenities on Quay Road where you'll find most local shops including butchers, fruit and veg and a spa shop plus pizza, chippy and a hardware store. 15 mins walk will get you to the seafront.

Its not too far from Old Town where you'll find half a dozen pubs and a few restaurants. This is where all the art galleries and antique shops live.

The local council estate on Gypsey Road is about 5 minutes walk from Britannia Court, its far enough away not to be any trouble.

Would I live there? - probably not. I'd go for somewhere like Sandsacre or Danes Croft where you would get more space, and proper off street parking plus a decent sized garden. Failing that I like the south side down towards Belvedere end of town.

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