BUCKINGHAM GREEN IS A BESPOKE DEVELOPMENT OF 13 THREE AND FOUR BEDROOM LUXURY HOMES, SITUATED TO THE WEST OF GROWING WEST YORKSHIRE CITY, WAKEFIELD.
POSITIONED BETWEEN WAKEFIELD AND OSSETT, AND TO THE SOUTH OF LEEDS, THE DEVELOPMENT IS PERFECT FOR BUYERS LOOKING FOR A SLICE OF MODERN URBAN LIVING WHILST BEING AWAY FROM ALL THE HUSTLE AND BUSTLE.
If you are looking for a slice of city life then you won’t have far to go. One of the UK’s fastest cities is right on your doorstep, Wakefield is under 10 minutes away. Once there you will find premium shopping, restaurants, culture and more pubs, bars and music venues than you could ever need. With Trinity Walk opening in 2011, Wakefield began a process of urban regeneration which has seen it grow in stature both regionally and nationally. With major retailers and restaurant groups opening stores in the development, Wakefield received a new lease of life to make it the modern city centre it is today.
20 minutes north you will find the ever-growing metropolis of Leeds, with the new multi-million pound Trinity Shopping Centre and a raft of new restaurants recently opening.
With London and Edinburgh within two and a half hours on the train from either city, the possibilities are endless. If you want to get active, the local sports facilities are excellent with a large national gyms and artificial pitches nearby. For a watching brief, Wakefield Trinity, or the Wildcats as they used to be called, play their home games at Belle Vue, near the city centre. Headingley cricket ground in Leeds is the home of Yorkshire County Cricket Club and also plays host to many England internationals. Doncaster, Pontefract, York and Wetherby have some of the finest racecourses in the country where you can witness the best racehorses in the world compete.
For a more cultured pursuit, Wakefield has grown to be an artistic hub. Within the city centre is the free to visit Hepworth Wakefield, which brings together work from Wakefield’s art collection, exhibitions by contemporary artists and rarely seen works by world-renowned Barbara Hepworth. Continuing with the arts, Yorkshire Sculpture Park is one of the biggest collections of sculpture in the UK. With regular exhibitions plus iconic pieces always in-situ, the free to enter sculpture park is a must for all living locally.
Wakefield has also cemented itself as a hotbed of live music. The Warehouse23, the Hop and newly reopened Unity Hall all regularly hold gigs, with famous acts increasingly adding the city to their tour schedules.
Wakefield’s location at the edge of the rolling Yorkshire countryside, plus the striking Pennine scenery just a short drive away. Wakefield also has a host of open spaces surrounding it, with Pugneys Watersports Centre and Country Park providing a well designed parkland, perfect for a family day out.
The Beauty is in the Detail. Feel assured that your Newett home will be finished to the highest standard, inside and out, making it a pleasure to live in.
Your home will be built using only the very best, high quality materials:
Magnet kitchen which can be personalised with a variety of different styles and finishes
Solid oak doors throughout
Solid oak handrails and newel posts
Villeroy & Boch Sanitary Ware throughout
An extensive collection of tiles for both bathroom and kitchen by Porcelenosa
Security alarms as standard
DETA electrical products including sockets and switches
WHAT CAN YOU AFFORD AND HOW MUCH TO BORROW
To get a quick understanding of what you can borrow and what it will cost you on a monthly basis, we have developed the calculator below. Please start by putting in your Household Income.
|Estimated monthly mortgage repayment|
|20% Help to Buy Equity Loan||£95,000|