£292,950 - £359,950
3 and 4 bedroom properties
off Ring Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire
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About the DevelopmentLocated just five miles to the north east of Leeds, just off the main ring road, The Hawthorns is perfectly placed to access everything this vibrant city has to offer, while still enjoying a leafy suburb on the edge of open Yorkshire countryside.
The development offers a selection of three and four bedroom family homes near Leeds, from Redrow’s popular Heritage Collection, with excellent commuter links and a superb selection of local schools, including the outstanding Roundhay School, all within easy reach.
The Hawthorns is in big demand, so register now for this exciting new development to make sure you get the pick of the plots when they are released. Remember, you only need 5% deposit with Help to Buy and Redrow could even help sell your old home, so you’re ready to move as soon as your new home is ready for you.
AmenitiesThere is a Tesco Extra supermarket on the ring road close to the development, supplying both your day-to-day and weekly shopping needs. You’ll also find Asda, Aldi, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons stores within a short drive.
There is a choice of doctors within a mile of the development, with Windmill Health Centre (Sat Nav LS14 5JS, call 0845 463 9513) and Grange Medical Centre on York Road (Sat Nav LS14 6NX, call 0845 463 9513). Dentists can also be found on York Road at Seacroft Dental Practice (Sat Nav LS14 6HT, call 0845 463 9513).
DiningThere is a good selection of restaurants available at Cross Gates, without having to go into the city, including Masala Hut and Nawaz (Indian), The Black Olive (Turkish) and Oceans (seafood).
If you do head into the city, you’ll be spoiled for choice, with literally hundreds of places to eat. Trip Advisor recommends the Brazillian and Portuguese flavors of Cantinho do Aziz, the European and vegetarian meals of Oxford Place and the Asian influences of Bengal Brasserie amongst its top rated eateries. For fine dining, try Home Restaurant, The Man Behind the Curtain, Crafthouse or Gaucho Leeds.
Having great schools nearby is as much a priority for us as it is for you, and at The Hawthorns, you couldn’t be better placed. You’ll find a wide selection of local primary schools all within easy reach, including White Laith Primary and Fieldhead Carr Primary, both rated ‘good’ by Ofsted. There’s also a choice of faith-based schools, including Whinmoor St Paul’s CofE Primary and Our Lady’s Catholic Primary. For older children, Bishop Young Academy and Leeds East Academy are both just a short bus ride away.
Alternatively, you can access all their education at one site, with the consistently ‘outstanding’ rated Roundhay School, which is one of the UK’s first all-through state schools, offering provision from ages 4 to 18 in a single school.
LeisureNearby Roundhay Park is the centre of leisure life in North Leeds, with two golf courses, the exotic plants and animals of Tropical World, and endless open spaces to enjoy. The park is also home to regular events, including the annual music festival that takes place over the August bank holiday weekend.
For sports and games, Fearnville Leisure Centre has a swimming pool plus a range of courts for hire, while spectators can enjoy everything from test and country cricket at Headingly to Championship football at Elland Road.
For evening entertainment, head into the city, where you’ll find a world of culture and fun, including a choice of cinemas and theatres and a legendary nightlife of friendly bars and restaurants.
ShoppingCross Gates Shopping Centre is just a short drive around the ring road, and has a huge choice of big name brands on offer mostly aimed at the budget end of the market. Head into town and you’ll find an even bigger choice, with Leeds City Centre famous for its shopping selection.
Browse amongst the finest international designer fashion brands in the Victorian Quarter, find something altogether different in the offbeat wonderland of the Grand Arcade or the magnificently quirky Corn Exchange, or find all your favourite High Street names in the mighty million sq ft retail cathedral that is Trinity Leeds.
TransportSitting just off the main Leeds ring road, you’ll find it easy to get around, whether you are heading into the city or across the region. Leeds is just five miles away with Harrogate 13miles and York 20miles. The M1 is just 3miles away at junction 46, with the A1(M) also easy to reach via the A64 York Road.
You can avoid the hassle of city centre parking by jumping a train from Cross Gates Station, with regular services into the city every few minutes and a journey time of just seven minutes. In the other direction, trains from Cross Gates reach York in under half an hour. For journeys farther afield, Leeds Bradford Airport is just 11miles away.
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