19th Sep 2018
22nd Sep 2018
- Type: Semi-detached house
- Bedrooms: 3
- Listing status: sale
- Country: England
A three bedroom three storey semi-detached home.Queenshead Park - About the development:
Queenshead Park is a contemporary development of 3 and 4-bedroom homes that offer a traditional village locale on the doorstep of the metropolitan city of Bradford with easy links to Halifax and Leeds. This stylish new development is set within mature grounds offering a lush green setting that is ideal for families.Eating and Drinking
Queensbury and the local villages have a choice of traditional pubs serving great English fare along with a good range of wines and beers in relaxed settings. There is also a small number of local eateries who offer great take-away options for convenience.
Nearby Bradford is considered the curry Capital of Britain and has even won four titles to prove it. Here you will find a plethora of delicious and authentic Asian food to tantalise your taste buds. Two award-winning restaurants worth visiting are Zouk Tea Bar and Grill who serves Indian and Pakistan cuisine with outstanding customer service reviews and Akbar’s who has a welcoming atmosphere and world-renowned naan bread.
Fish and chip lovers will find solace in the award-winningWebsters café and restaurant in Baildon, 9 miles from Queensbury, while foodies will delight in the Design House restaurant in Halifax, an award-winning establishment acknowledged by all the major food guides for its spectacular food and even more remarkable interior design.Shopping
Right on the doorstep of Queenshead Park residents will find a small selection of independent shops offering some small local services. The surrounding area boasts a fine selection of local produce on offer at a number of farm shops within three miles of the development. Shoppers can also peruse the local delicacies at the monthly farmer’s market held on a Saturday morning at Cleckheaton just 6.3 miles away.
Bradford, which is only a 15-minute drive away has a wide selection of shopping options comprising large high-street stores in the city centre and recognisable names at the Foster Square Shopping Park. There is also extensive shopping on offer at Kirkgate Shopping Centre for fashion, home wares, food and electronics while banks and department stores are also available across the three levels.Leisure
Locals of Queensbury are spoilt with the beauty of the West Yorkshire landscape. Treasures such as the Yorkshire Dales, St Ives Estate and Hanging Wood are within reasonable distance to the village and offer a wealth of walking, exploring, wildlife watching and historical discovery opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. Other similar pursuits in the area include Foster Park in the village itself, which has lush green surrounds that host sporting events and offer great dog walking trails.
If outdoor thrills whet your appetite then the region’s well-known adrenalin sports facility will beckon you. Another World Adventure Centre in Halifax has an abundance of activities like grass sledging, archery, mountain boarding, skiing, snowboarding and bumper balls to enrapture even the biggest dare-devils.
Northbridge Leisure Centre in Halifax is very popular thanks to its extensive range of facilities including fitness studios, sports hall, gym and squash courts and with its activities like cycling, roller skating, zorbing, bowls and swimming – there’s enough to please the whole family. Queensbury itself and the surrounding villages offer a range of sporting groups for both juniors and adults. Golf enthusiasts will be pleased with the proximity of the Queensbury Golf Club which is just a three-minute walk from the development.
Cultural interests are covered as well in Queensbury with the internationally acclaimed Black Dyke Band who began their 150-year history in the village by being sponsored by the initial owners of the famous Black Dyke Mill. The Victoria Theatre in Halifax runs local theatre and musical shows while the Alhambra Theatre, St George’s Concert Hall and Kings Hall and Winter Garden in Bradford host a range of applauded productions to enjoy. For a more easy-going option, there are cinemas in Halifax around 10 minutes drive away.Education
Queenshead Park is served by many quality schools in the area. Younger students are catered for with Shibden Head Primary Academy just 1.2 miles away and Foxhill Primary School and Stocks Lane Primary School which are both only three minutes' drive from the development. Whitehill Community Academy is a ten-minute commute by car and Several schools in the area offer nursery classes too. For high school pupils Trinity Academy in Halifax who offers sixth-form and the North Halifax Grammar School, a specialist science academy are 2.9 miles away.
University students are also covered as the University of Bradford is just 14 minutes along the A647 and the University of Leeds takes 30 minutes on the A644 and M62 road links.Transport
The A647 is less than a mile from the development and takes you to Bradford in only 15 minutes. Halifax is even closer via the A644 just over 10 minutes away and Leeds is just an 18-mile drive using the M62 road link. Conveniently placed for extended travel both north and south, the M1 is just over 20 miles from your doorstep.
There is a local bus service that serves Queensbury and runs at regular intervals for reliable commutes either north to Bradford or south to Halifax.Marketing Suite
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