The Hope is a three-bedroom detached home ideal for growing families, complete with an open-plan kitchen dining space and integral garage.
As you enter The Hope, a porch leads onto a generous lounge. The kitchen dining area at the rear of the property is complete with bi-fold doors that lead on to a landscaped garden. A useful utility room and downstairs WC can also be accessed from the kitchen dining area making this an extremely efficient space.
Three-double bedrooms can be found on the first floor, leading off the central landing. The Principal Bedroom is accompanied by a dressing room and ensuite bathroom giving a real sense of luxury.
The Local Area
Stanley Court is situated close to local shops and amenities whilst offering all things outdoors, including Stanley Marsh Nature Reserve, Normanton Golf Club and Stanley Sports and Social Club.
The village of Stanley is only 2.5 miles from the town centre of Wakefield. Although considered a village, Stanley centre has a vast selection of local pubs including The Wheatsheaf and Bar Stanley, and plenty of local amenities to suit the needs of the residents.
There is a doctor’s surgery and large community centre, alongside Stanley Marsh Nature Reserve.
The Trinity Walk, to the North East of the city is a go to for high street brands including H&M, Next and Debenhams. Between Cross Square, Cross Street and Northgate there is a wealth of independent businesses, boutiques and The Ridings Shopping Centre, which has undergone recent refurbishment, making Wakefield an ideal place for a spot of retail therapy.
Other nearby attractions include Xscape Yorkshire – an exciting day out for all the family with an indoor ski slope, 4D golf and an abundance of restaurants and shops. The Yorkshire Sculpture. Park and Pugney Country Park are also popular attractions in the area.
Wakefield is a popular spot for families due its impressive array of both primary and secondary schools. The Wakefield area has over 50 primary schools and more than 20 secondary schools alongside 2 further education colleges.
- Stanley St Peters Primary School
- Kingsland Primary School
- Outwood Primary Academy
- Stanley Grove Primary
- Outwood Grange Academy
- Queen Elizabeth Grammer School (Independent)
- Wakefield Girls’ High School (Independent)
With the M62 and M1 networks running through the town this is an ideal location for commuters.
– Wakefield City Centre: 3.5 miles
– Leeds City Centre: 10 miles
– Leeds Bradford Airport: 18 miles
– Outwood Train Station: 2 miles
– Normanton Train Station: 4.5 miles