£254,995 - £328,995
Fallows Park, Beverley
3 and 4 bedroom properties
Lincoln Way, Beverley, Humberside
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Fallows Park is located on the Southern edge of Beverley and brings a stylish collection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes.
With all the fantastic amenities of Beverley Town Centre less than 2 miles away, Fallows Park is a great location if you're a first-time buyer or a family. It's ideally located for commuting too, with the train station and A164 nearby.
Register your details to keep up to date with all the news and new releases at Fallows Park.Beverley is a destination for an upmarket shopping experience with boutiques and independent shops in the thriving medieval Town Centre, along with big brand names at the newly developed Flemingate Shopping Centre.Fallows Park provides easy access to a range of sporting and leisure amenities in Beverley. Beverley Leisure Complex has a pool and gymnasium and there is golf at Beverley Westwood also the home to the famous Beverley Racecourse. A 6 screen cinema and theatre with a licenced bar recently opened. Tennis fans can enjoy 7 all-weather artificial grass courts at Beverley East Riding Lawn Tennis Club.Beverley has good transport links to the City of Hull, with easy access to the M62 to Leeds and Manchester and The South. York is easily accessible on the A1079.
Beverley train station provides fast access to Hull and York along with links to destinations further afield.
Robin Hood International Airport and Humberside International Airport are approximately an hour's drive.
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