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Chapel Lea

3 and 4 bedroom properties
Wakefield, West Yorkshire

 
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Chapel Lea is a beautiful countryside development of 3 & 4 bedroom homes, located in a peaceful rural setting between Huddersfield and Wakefield. You'll find picturesque views, local shops, restaurants and pubs all within the charming village centre as well as excellent commuter links direct from your home.



Call 0845 467 4934to book an appointment or email chapellea@dwh.co.uk. There are plenty of local independent shops nearby, as well as larger shopping centres nearby such as Trinity Walk in Wakefield and Trinity Centre in Leeds. The Barnsley Road connects the village with the M1 and the A642 allowing you to travel across Yorkshire with ease.A variety of local pubs and restaurants offer a cosy and historic setting. The George and Dragon Inn has been serving locals since 1485 and was once frequented by King Henry VII. For those looking to explore the rolling Yorkshire countryside you will find a wealth of local walking routes, perfect for a Sunday stroll. Stoney Cliff Wood Nature Reserve, a stunning semi-ancient woodland with a meandering beck trickling through, is only a few miles away or you can visit Yorkshire Sculpture Park- a pioneering open air gallery, showcasing artwork across 500 acres of rural landscape. There are two golf clubs nearby who welcome visitors and an abundance of theatres and cinemas close by in Wakefield and Huddersfield.The motorway is just 5 miles away, making travel across Yorkshire, including to Leeds and Sheffield, quick and straightforward. The A642 and A636 give direct access to Wakefield and Huddersfield. You'll also find excellent public transport links, including regular bus routes and train stations in the neighbouring towns of Ravensthorpe and Mirfield.

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