£165,000 - £229,950
3 and 4 bedroom properties
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Alexander Gate is an exciting development of 193 homes a mile from the popular town of Hanley, Stoke and just a 15 minute walk from The Potteries.
Our collection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes are ideal for couples and growing families. Choose from low maintenance terrace homes, larger semi-detached designs, and spacious detached family homes with private gardens and off-street parking.You will be spoilt for choice at The Potteries, less than a mile away and home to a number of anchor stores including Primark and Debenhams. Or visit Trentham Shopping Village, a unique shopping experience with over 60 independent outlets.Tesco Extra, Sainsburys and Morrisons are conveniently located less than two miles away.
Central Forest Park, next door to Alexander Gate, is a wonderful expanse of green open space. Enjoy taking a spot of fresh air and a quiet stroll around the lake or let your children let off steam at the adventure playground. If you enjoy letting off steam, there's a handy gym less than 10 minutes walk from home.Alexander Gate will be accessed from Waterloo Road, Hanley and adjacent to the crossroads at the A50 connecting the town centre with the A53 and providing links to Leek, Buxton and the Peak District. The M6 J15/16 is only 8 miles away and the train station at The Potteries provides links to Crewe, Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham.
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