CALDER FIELDS

Combining urban living with green spaces

Standbridge Ln off M1, J39  ·  Prices From: £199,950

Our latest development at Standbridge Lane couldn’t be better located to offer home owners the best combination of accessibility and leisure opportunities.

Ideally placed for travel, relaxing and shopping, Calder Fields is the perfect place for busy commuters and families alike. We design our homes around a village green that encourages the community to get to know each other, something we feel other developments don’t offer. We’re all about great locations and friendly neighbours.

Although our Calder Fields sales office is now closed, we still have some properties for sale. You can see available plots and speak to our sales manager, Mark at the ThornesGate site, only 3 miles away at WF2 8QS.
Click on the ThornesGate development for opening hours.

Lisa Lucas – Sales Manager
Contact me at lisalucas@bridgehomesyorkshire.co.uk

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Retail & Leisure

Residents don’t need to make the trip into town if they don’t want to. Supermarket retailer, Asda has a large outlet within strolling distance, with homewares, electrical and clothing departments.

There’s also a great choice of local restaurants and pubs, for anyone who prefers to socialise closer to home.

The popular boating lake at Pugneys, has been a part of the landscape for many years and attracts sailors and walkers all year round. Likewise, nearby Newmillerdam is a local beauty spot with footpaths through wooded areas and a circular walk around the lake.

In fact, there are lots of lovely places to visit around Calder Fields including the famous Hepworth Gallery, winner of ‘Museum of the Year 2017’. There’s Anglers Country Park and Wintersett Lakes or Nostell Priory, owned by the National Trust and housing the largest display of Chippendale furniture in the country – you’ll be spoiled for choice. That’s if you can tear yourself away from your beautiful, new Bridge Home!

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Getting About

Just minutes from junction 39 off the M1, commuters can be heading south to Barnsley and Sheffield or North to Leeds and the M62, in no time at all. Calder Fields is close enough to be convenient but not within earshot of the motorway.

Head south for a few miles and you’re at Yorkshire’s famous sculpture park with it’s open spaces and award winning exhibitions.

Wakefield City centre isn’t far either, with Westgate and Kirkgate Rail Stations having regular services to London (less than two hours journey time to Kings Cross) and only 10 minutes by train into Leeds centre. Regular bus services through Wakefield and direct to Leeds run every ten minutes during peak times.

Education

As well as a good choice of independent schools in Wakefield, there are excellent choices of primary and secondary education around Calder Fields. Schools like Kettlethorpe High School are well established with excellent reputations and rated Good by Ofsted.

Nearby, Wakefield College has recently undergone a modernisation programme and it offers a good range of subjects at higher or vocational level, plus some degree level courses. Good transport links mean that access to nearby universities in Leeds, Sheffield and beyond are possible.

This area is well served by medical clinics and doctors surgeries, as well as local dentists and community facilities.

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