Living in Wombwell, Barnsley

Living in Wombwell, Barnsley

Barnsley may be overlooked for its neighbour city of Sheffield, but this South Yorkshire town has plenty to offer, and provides excellent access to the rest of Yorkshire!

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The property 

Located just 15 minutes from the centre of Barnsley, this modern 2 bedroom home in Wombwell is perfect for couples and small families. The semi-detached property features a spacious lounge which benefits from fitted carpet and large windows, creating a bright yet cosy living space.

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The stylish kitchen and dining area is fully equipped with oven/hob, fridge/freezer and washing machine. The space has plenty of room for dining table and chairs, and leads out into the rear private garden. There is also a small WC on the ground floor, helping to ease the morning rush.

Upstairs are two double bedrooms and a modern bathroom fitted with a white three-piece suite including shower over bath. The property also benefits from built in storage, private driveway, and garden shed.

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The location

This lovely home is located on Mill Hill, a quiet cul de sac street in the north of Wombwell, just 15 minutes from the centre of Barnsley. Wombwell is a vibrant and friendly town, with many great local amenities including schools, open green spaces, high street stores, eateries, a library, sporting facilities and its own train station. Wombwell is bordered by other great villages including Darfield, Broomhill, Brampton and Swaithe, which offer a host of other shops and facilities.

 

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Wombwell has great transport links with its own train station and regular buses, as well as being close to the A633, Doncaster Road, and the A6195 which leads to the M1. The town is also just over 30 minutes drive from  Sheffield and Wakefield city centres, whilst the stunning Peak District is just over 20 minutes away. There are plenty of great family attractions nearby, such as Cannon Hall Farm, Hemsworth Water Park and Yorkshire Sculpture Park, both only 25 minutes away.

 

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Amenities nearby

Parks and sports: Wombwell Park, Highfield Park, Wombwell Recreation Ground, Hillies Golf Course & Pavilion, Wombwell Main Cricket Club, Mitchell & Darfield Social Club.

Schools: Netherwood Academy, High View Primary, Kings Oak Primary, Wombwell Park Street Primary, Saint Michael and All Angels.

Shopping: Wombwell High Street, Barnsley Retail Park, Cortonwood Retail Park.

Nature: Broomhill Park and RSPB Dearne Valley, Waterside Park and Parkhill nature reserve, River Dearne and River Dove.

Eateries/bars: The Horseshoe, Junction Bar & Bistro, Balti Palace, Old Moor Tavern, The Lundhill Tavern, Anglers Rest, Elephant & Castle.

 

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Living in the suburbs of Wakefield

Living in the suburbs of Wakefield

Come and experience the serene lifestyle at our self-contained, two bedroom first floor flat at Vaughan Way in Wakefield.

The Property

We are offering a two bedroom, first floor apartment, providing modern living in a scenic village location. The self-contained flat has it’s own entrance and stairs which lead up into the hallway. The separate lounge is bright and spacious with three windows, creating the perfect space to both eat and relax. The stylish kitchen comes fully fitted with white goods including oven/hob, a fridge/freezer and washer/dryer.

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The bathroom features a white three piece suite including shower over bath. The property comprises of two double bedrooms, both with plenty of space for double bed and storage. In addition, the property is located in a cul-de-sac, comes with gas central heating, and readily available parking.

The Location

Located in the peaceful suburb of Chapelthorpe near Crigglestone, you’ll be just 15 minutes away from Wakefield City Centre, and 25 minutes away from Leeds City Centre. Chapelthorpe offers a combination of both a peaceful, scenic village with a great local community, whilst being within easy reach of great Yorkshire towns and cities. The area offers great transport links, and is just a short distance from the M1.

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Vaughan Way is within easy reach of a number of local amenities including shops, pubs, eateries and green spaces. There are many great attractions nearby including the Yorkshire Sculpture Park just 15 minutes away, and Pugneys Watersport Centre & Country Park less than 10 minutes drive.

What To Do

Live at Leeds 2017 – April 29 – various venues across Leeds

Peter Kay Live – May 6 – First Direct Arena Leeds

Wakefield Pretty Muddy – May 13 – Thornes Park Wakefield

Wakefield Race For Life – May 14 – Thornes Park, Wakefield

Leeds Indie Food – 11 to 28 May – Leeds city centre

Museums at Night – May 19 – Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Ossett Fake Festival – July 1 – Ossett

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What’s happening in Yorkshire 2017: Part 2

What’s happening in Yorkshire 2017: Part 2

This week in our series on what’s happening in Yorkshire this year, we’re focusing on the Sheffield and Wakefield areas.

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Outlines Festival is the new music festival from the creators of the infamous Tramlines, with an impressive line of up and coming artists from all genres, with after parties being hosted at Sheffield’s top venues. 3 & 4 March.

To celebrate Sheffield’s unique identity as The Outdoor City, The Outdoor City Weekender is back in 2017 with headline events including the Sheffield Adventure Film Festival, Climbing Works International Festival, The Magnificent Seven hill climb challenger, and plenty more outdoor activities. 17-19 March.

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You can never have too many food festivals, and the Sheffield Food Festival is another one you don’t want to miss. Try the very best that Sheffield has to offer including produce, ales, fine dining, street food, bakery and cookery. 27-29 May.

A favourite in Sheffield’s event calendar, the ever popular Doc/Fest is back this year, with an even more impressive line up comprising of international screenings, alternate realities, inspirational talks and debates and guest speakers. 9-14 June.

Tramlines festival needs no introduction or explanation. The music festival is still going strong, with the 2017 line up coming soon. If you’ve never been before, you should definitely check it out! 21-23 July.

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This years Special Olympics Great Britain’s National Summer Games, the country’s largest multi-sports event for athletes with intellectual disabilities, is being held in the city of Sheffield! There will be around 2,600 athletes competing in 19 different sports. 7-12 August.

Off The Shelf, Sheffield’s twist on the literature festival, is a city favourite, attracting some of the best known names in literature and media. There will be writers, historians, artists, scientists, journalists and musicians helping you to immerse yourself in the written and spoken word. 1-31 October. 

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Whether you are an avid theatre goer or a first timer, Cathy, a thought-provoking play exploring homelessness, is a must see this year at Wakefield Theatre Royal. 8 February.

An event highlight in Wakefield, the Festival of Food, Drink and Rhubarb is back in 2017! The festival showcases local food and drink, and celebrates the districts unique tradition of rhubarb growing, with a mix of live cookery demonstrations, street entertainment, workshops and taster sessions. 17-19 February.

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Take a look back in history through photography and explore the stunning imagery at the Views of Pontefract exhibition at Pontefract Museum. Ends 18 February.

The Hepworth Gallery’s popular Print Fair returns this year, alongside a programme of events, including talks and workshop, which celebrate the art of printmaking. If you’re interested in the arts, or just want to try something a little different, this is the perfect event for you. 3-5 March.

Join Yorkshire Sculpture Park for the annual Museums at Night celebration, where you get to see the park after hours. Events includes tours, twilight lake walks and watching the sunset at the park’s Skyspace. A truly magical evening for the whole family. 19 May.

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Enjoy a summer day of top quality live music at Ossett Fake Festival, with fake bands this year including The Killers, Foo Fighters and Arctic Monkeys. 1 July.

Yorkshire’s longest running community supported, free music festival is back for its 26th year. The Clarence Park Music Festival boasts a mixture of local and national talent including rock, pop, dance, hip-hop and indie. 29 & 30 July.

Art & Heritage in Yorkshire

Art & Heritage in Yorkshire

The Staithes Art and Heritage festival this weekend has inspired us to discover what arts and heritage the rest of Yorkshire holds. Yorkshire is home to many museums, art galleries and historical landmarks, so why not explore the wonders of this fascinating county!

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Arts

  • The Hepworth, Wakefield – renowned, world-class gallery offering a vibrant social space and a programme of film screenings, talks and events
  • The Henry Moore Institute, Leeds – the ultimate gallery for sculpture in the heart of the city
  • The Dean Clough Galleries, Halifax – a stunning complex of converted nineteenth century mills now home to 6 amazing galleries
  • Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield – an international centre for modern and contemporary art, with 500 acres of landscape and 60 outdoor sculptures
  • Ashley Jackson Art Gallery, Holmfirth – illustrating the life and works of the country’s leading and most successful landscape watercolourists
  • York Art Gallery – enjoy a fine display of paintings and ceramics plus a busy events and exhibitions programme
  • Gallery Forty-Nine, Bridlington – a fascinating range of paintings, sculptures, jewellery and ceramics by contemporary British artists
  • The Civic, Barnsley – one of the town’s landmark creative spaces hosting design-led touring exhibitions from National Galleries, as well as creating unique exhibitions
  • Millennium Gallery, Sheffield – the city’s prestigious destination for art, craft and design where you can explore Sheffield’s heritage including it’s famous metalwork
  • Woodend Art and Craft Gallery, Scarborough – a contemporary venue featuring edgy and thought-provoking exhibitions, with free entry for all

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Heritage

  • Ripley Castle, Harrogate – set in a beautiful location, this historic attraction hosts numerous events year round including archery, falconry, classic car rally, concerts and plays
  • Scarborough Castle – discover it’s 2500 years of history defending a prominent headland between two bays with sheer drops to the sea
  • Rievaulx Abbey, Helmsley – one of the most complete and impressive abbeys in the country with an interactive museum, surrounded by stunning moorland
  • Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal, Ripon – Yorkshire’s finest Cistercian Abbey ruin with over 10 historics buildings spanning over 800 years of history
  • York Minster – the largest Gothic cathedral north of the Alps, with traces of every age from the Roman occupation
  • Beverley Minster – a Gothic masterpiece with a long and dark history, home to tombs that attracted pilgrims from far and wide
  • Eden Camp, Malton – transports you back to wartime Britain, house in an original prisoner of war camp
  • Kelham Island Museum, Sheffield – showcasing the infamous steel city’s industrial story, from early industrialisation to modern times
  • Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, Keighley – enjoy a ride on The Railway Children’s railway through the heart of Brontë Country
  • Sewerby Hall and Gardens, Bridlington – set in 50 acres of 19th century parkland on a dramatic cliff-top position, with stunning views, award-winning gardens and the heritage of the grand hall

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Living in Castleford/Pontefract

Living in Castleford/Pontefract

We have a number of fantastic family homes in the Castleford/Pontefract area of Wakefield, home to the amazing Xscape, as well as plenty of green spaces, family days out and great schools. These homes will give you the best of everything; a quiet residential area to live, great town centres, and easy access to Yorkshire’s major cities including Leeds and Wakefield. The perfect place for you and your family!

Blenheim Way, 2 bed, Castleford

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This fantastic two bedroom home has an open-plan living area with patio doors that create a beautifully bright space. These doors lead out onto the private rear garden, perfect for entertaining family and friends, especially in the summer. The contemporary kitchen is finished to a high standard with white high gloss units and black worktops, creating a sleek and stylish look, and is fitted with oven, hob and extractor fan. There is plenty of space for a dining table and chairs so you can sit down and enjoy proper family meals. The entrance hall of the home features a fitted cupboard providing extra storage space, as well as a separate W.C to help ease the morning rush!
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The property has two spacious double bedrooms, both fully carpeted for a cosy feel, and have plenty of space for storage. The modern, part-tiled bathroom is complete with a white three-piece suite, including shower over bath so you can relax after a hard day! As well as all this, the property benefits from an off-road parking space.

Blenheim Way is set in the perfect location close to the centre of Castleford, as well as just a short distance from the infamous Xscape and Junction 32 shopping outlet. Other amenities in the area include the Cutsyke recreation ground and Savile Park, Asda Superstore, great schools, Cutsyke high street, and Castleford swimming pool. Blenheim Way is within easy reach of both Glasshoughton and Castleford train stations, as well as being close to the M62.

Hazel Road, 3 bed, Knottingley

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A lovely three bedroom home with a beautiful exterior, featuring painted blue doors and a front garden filled with flowers. The property has a separate lounge area, which is bright and spacious with fitted carpet, making it the perfect space for the whole family to relax. The stylish kitchen is fitted with white high gloss units and oak worktops creating a modern feel, and comes complete with oven/hob, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer. There is space for a dining table and chairs to enjoy sit down family meals, and the back door opens out into the private rear garden. An under the stairs cupboard provides extra storage space that could be used as a pantry.

img_0485Upstairs, the landing area (which features a storage cupboard) leads to two double bedrooms and one single bedroom, all with large windows creating a bright space, and fitted with carpet. The modern family bathroom features sleek black and grey tiles, and includes a white three-piece suite with shower over bath and built in basin, as well as a towel rail and shelving space. A separate W.C is located on the ground floor helping to ease the morning rush. The front garden of the property leads through a gate to a long driveway and the rear garden, which has grass and paving areas, as well as a shed.

Hazel Road is located in the town of Knottingley, near both Pontefract and Castleford, with easy access to Leeds and Wakefield via the nearby train station or by car, with the A162 and M62 both close by. This home is close to local convenience stores and eateries, as well as schools, an adventure playground and a golf club.

Walton Wood Mews, 3 bed, Pontefract

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This modern three bedroom home in the village of Upton is ideal for families, with a separate lounge area to relax in, and a kitchen/diner fitted with stylish cream units and stunning walnut-effect worktops. The contemporary kitchen is complete with oven/hob, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer, and provides room for a dining table and chairs to enjoy sit down family meals. This space has a large window overlooking the garden, which is accessible via the back door, and lets in plenty of light.

The property has two double bedrooms and one single bedroom, all s3 Walton Wood Mews 04.07.2016 (4)pacious and carpeted, with the master bedroom additionally benefiting from a built in storage cupboard. The modern bathroom, fitted with sleek black tiling, is finished to a high standard with a white three-piece suite including shower over bath. Also located on the ground floor is a separate W.C which will help to ease the morning rush. As well as the private rear garden, there is also an off-road parking space.

Upton, a village near Pontefract, offers a wonderful community spirit, as well as great schools, parks, local shops, pubs and eateries, post office, library and pharmacy. All these local amenities make it a perfect place for families, giving you the best of village life whilst still having easy access to Pontefract, Castleford, Wakefield, Barnsley and Leeds.

 

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