French doors in the lounge and an elegant bay window in the dining room fill this stylish home with natural light. The utility room adds amenity to the beautifully planned kitchen, and the feature staircase ascends to a gallery landing and four bedrooms, one of them en-suite with A built in wardrobe.
*Offers in Key Features section available on selected plots only and subject to terms and conditions. For full details please speak to our Sales Adviser.
- Lounge (3.47 x 4.617 m)
- Kitchen (2.8 x 3.147 m)
- Utility (1.657 x 1.652 m)
- Dining (2.621 x 3.908 m)
- WC (1.46 x 1.007 m)
- Master Bedroom (3.409 x 2.972 m)
- Ensuite (2.559 x 2.01 m)
- Bedroom 2 (3.39 x 2.782 m)
- Bedroom 3 (2.918 x 2.135 m)
- Bedroom 4 (2.937 x 1.778 m)
- Bathroom (1.888 x 1.881 m)
About City FieldsLiving in Wakefield
Quality of life is about the details of everyday living. From the little things, like knowing the nearest place to pick up a pint of milk, to more important matters like finding the right school or having a health centre nearby, you need to know that the community you’re moving to will support you and your family, as well as being a pleasant place to live. So here’s some useful information about the area around City Fields..
Perfectly situated for the amenities and attractions of Wakefield, City Fields also has easy access to the M1 and M62 and is well within commuting range of Leeds. There are excellent bus services into the city centre, some of them serving Pinderfields Hospital which is virtually adjacent to the development, and Wakefield benefits from good rail links. Of the two railway stations, each less than a mile and a half away, Westgate is on the Leeds to London route, with journey times of less than 15 minutes to Leeds and two hours to London Kings Cross, while Kirkgate serves stations to Sheffield and Nottingham.
The city of Wakefield presents a superb choice of cultural and leisure attractions set against a background of fascinating architecture and heritage, including the magnificent Wakefield Cathedral and Sandal Castle. In addition to visual arts at the Hepworth, the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and several smaller galleries, the Theatre Royal presents an eclectic programme of drama and music, and the new Unity Works is a vibrant venue for social gatherings and live music. There is an excellent choice of cinemas, bars, restaurants and nightlife, including soul nights at the celebrated Red Bar.
Wakefield’s sporting and leisure provision include the superb Pugneys Watersports Centre and Country Park on the southern edge of the town, where there are facilities for sailing, windsurfing and canoeing, and the choice of leisure centres in the area includes Sun Lane Leisure, where there is a 25m swimming pool, a fitness suite and a gym. Other amenities nearby include Normanton Golf Club, around a mile to the north, and Pontefract Racecourse is less than ten miles away.
Local shops include a newsagent within Pinderfields General Hospital, a few minutes walk from City Fields, and there is also a small shopping area in Windhill Road with a pharmacist, a post office and a convenience store. The city centre offers a very wide choice of high street chains, malls and traditional shops in traffic-free streets, and a major recycling centre in Denby Dale Road, two and a half miles away, accepts virtually all household packaging, electrical items and clothing.
City Fields is in the catchment areas for Stanley Grove Primary and Nursery School and St Austin’s rc Primary, both within a mile of the development, and pupils normally move on to either Outwood Grange Academy or St Thomas à Becket rc College for secondary education. There is a large full-time gp practice at New Southgate Surgery, approximately a mile away, and Pinderfields General Hospital, just yards from City Fields, operates a round-the-clock A&E department.
Drury Lane Unity Works
Westgate Boots Pharmacy
64A Windhill Road Windhill Road
64 Windhill Road Sun Lane
Sun Lane St Austin’s rc
Duke of York Street Dr R Fyfe
Buxton Place Outwood Grange
Potovens Lane St Thomas à Becket
Barnsley Road Stanley Grove
This development is open Thursday to Monday 10.30am - 5.30pm.
DirectionsFrom the M1
Leave the M1 at junction 41 and follow signs for Wakefield via the A650. Stay on the A650 for two miles, then at the Newton Hill roundabout take the second exit, signposted for Garforth. Carry on for three-quarters of a mile, through two roundabouts, and passing the Pinderfields Hospital car park on the right. Take the second
exit at the next roundabout and follow signs for City Fields.From the M62
Leave the M62 at junction 30 and follow signs for Wakefield via the A642. Stay on the A642 for two and a half miles, then at the roundabout at Pinderfields Hospital take the first exit and follow signs for City Fields.
Sat Nav: WF1 4AL
The house plans shown above, including the room specifications, may vary from development to development and are provided for general guidance only. For more accurate and detailed plans for a specific plot, please check with your local Miller Homes sales adviser. Carpets and floor coverings are not included in our homes as standard.