Lovell - Lambert Hills, BD23

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Development info

Whether you are a first time buyer, a growing family or downsizing Lambert Hills can offer the perfect location and the perfect solution to your living needs. Surrounded by beautiful open countryside, Skipton is close to Leeds and Manchester, and even closer to the wonderful Yorkshire Dales.

Lambert Hills offers a unique living experience in the heart of vibrant Skipton. Close to the town centre, traditional stone built family houses blend with stylish apartments, offering light and spacious new homes in a variety of sizes for all kinds of lifestyles.

Skipton is the perfect location for anyone who loves the great outdoors. Known as a gateway to the Yorkshire Dales, Lambert Hills opens up a whole world of cycling, walking, running and fresh country air.

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Leisure

Skipton has an old world charm. Large enough to offer the facilities you are looking for, yet small enough to feel friendly and personal, the town has everything you need for working, shopping and enjoying nights out.

Much of the town’s action is focused on its award winning high street – a wide avenue with cobbled streets and alleyways to explore and enjoy – where you’ll find well-known national stores, interesting independent local shops, and a host of welcoming bars, pubs and restaurants.

Skipton boasts its own cinema, bowling alley, leisure centre and the ‘Little Theatre’ which has a full calendar of entertainment from plays to bands to comedy. This thriving rural town also hosts a bustling weekly market.

Education

You are well served for education, with a choice of excellent schools nearby. Lambert Hills lies within easy walking distance of St Stephen’s Catholic Primary School, Ermysted’s Grammar School and Skipton Girls’ High School.

Transport

For commuters, Skipton is wonderfully situated, being convenient for the motorway network. Located 18 miles from Bradford and 26 miles from Leeds, Skipton is the perfect rural bolthole for commuters. Manchester is also within comfortable daily commuting distance by road or rail, and the town is a little over three hours by train from London with connections every half an hour.

Skipton Railway Station - 0.3 miles (N)

Skipton Bus Station - 0.3 miles (N)

Leeds/Bradford Airport - 15.7 miles (SE)

Directions

From the A56; take Grassington Rd/B6265 South toward Skipton. Continue for half a mile before turning right onto Water Street immediately after passing the Royal Oak pub. Head straight on Water Street until you reach the roundabout at The Commercial pub, then take the second exit onto Gargrave Road. From Gargrave Road continue onto Park Avenue, drive past the entrance to Ermysted’s Grammar School and turn left onto Gladstone Street. Drive to the end of the road and turn onto Granville Street.

From the A629; Heading Northwest on the A629 exit at the roundabout onto Keighley Road / A6131 towards Skipton. Continue on Keighley Road for approximately 1.5 miles going over two roundabouts. Passing the town centre car park on your left take the next onto Swadford Street / A6069 opposite Lloyds Pharmacy. On Swadford Street take the first right onto Coach Street, continue to the roundabout at the top of Coach Street and take the first exit onto Gargrave Road. From Gargrave Road continue onto Park Avenue, drive past the entrance to Ermysted’s Grammar School and turn left onto Gladstone Street. Drive to the end of the road and turn onto Granville Street.