The Abbes Walk, BurghwallisDoncaster £700,000
6 bed Detached House
Maplewood Place is a select gated development of just four, six bedroom executive homes. These magnificent homes will provide the very best of modern living combining cutting edge technology with classical contemporary design, creating a home with elegant room sizes and striking finishes.
LOCATION The site is located on a delightful spot off The Abbes Walk within the picturesque village of Burghwallis. The site is flanked by open countryside and affords easy access to the Northern motorway network with the A1 only one mile away making this an ideal base for commuting.
*Pontefract 6 miles.
*Doncaster 6 miles.
*York 30 miles.
*Leeds 27 Miles.
*Sheffield 28 Miles.
From Doncaster Station.
The average journey time between Doncaster and London Kings Cross is 1 hour 46 minutes . The fastest journey time is 1 hour 29 minutes . On an average weekday, there are 66 trains per day travelling from Doncaster to London Kings Cross.
Robin Hood airport is only 16 miles away.
Leeds Bradford airport is 40 miles away.
SPECIFICATION The properties range from approximately 3,200 square feet to 3,800 square feet and are all built to a bespoke and individual design from locally sourced stone.
The specification will include:
*Premium automated gate system
*RAKO mobile app controlled smart lighting systems to lounge, dining, kitchen, orangery, master bedroom and en-suite.
*CAT 6 media cabling throughout the property.
*Bespoke German kitchen by award winning Siematic, The quality kitchen will include solid worksurfaces, Siemens appliances and Quooker Tap.
*Express Bifolding doors with integrated blinds.
*Powder coated aluminium doors and roof lantern by Express.
*Stunning galleried landings to the first and second floors.
*App controlled Alarm systems.
*App Controlled HD CCTV systems.
*Fully landscaped gardens.
*Contemporary Contura wood burning stoves.
*A rated boilers with underfloor heating to the ground and first floor levels and mobile app control.
*Villeroy & Boch sanitary ware with Hans Grohe fittings.
BURGHWHALLIS Burghwallis has around 290 residents living in a delightful setting a mile off the A1, six miles north of Doncaster and six miles south of Pontefract. There is a 17th century manor house in the centre of the village which eventually became a convent and latterly St Anne's Nursing Home.
With its roots dating back to Anglo Saxon times the village was once a staging post for travellers along the Great North Road. The parish council claims the village which centres on a conservation area has been cited as having one of the best village scapes in England.
The central area of the village stems from the 1600's with many small lanes, stone wall boundaries and original housing.
Burghwallis is surrounded by open countryside once the hunting ground of Robin Hood (Robin Hoods well is just off the A1) there are around 34 registered monuments from Anglo Saxon days, and further back the site of a Roman Fort (ruin) just off the A1.
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