King St., Drighlington, BD11 1EJ
About Kings Park
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Price and availability correct as of 25/10/2020 at 05:08. A management fee may apply, this is plot specific. All details should be checked with our sales team and confirmed with solicitors. Energy ratings are estimates based upon the predicted energy assessment from the SAP calculations at the design stage.
Within fifteen minutes' drive of the centres of both Bradford and Leeds and just five minutes from the junction of the M62 and the M621, Kings Park is an exceptionally convenient base for travel throughout the north of England. Buses into Bradford and Leeds pass close to the development, and some services call at the Junction 27 shops and amenities a mile and a half from the development. Shops within a few minutes' walk include a pharmacy and a Londis convenience store with off-licence and post office facilities. Quarter of a mile away, there is a large Co-op food store that is still housed in its original 1886 building. There are also food takeaways, traditional pubs, cafés and hairdressers located around the village.
The retail cluster approximately a mile away that includes Birstall Shopping Park, J27 Retail Park and a major Ikea store, attracts visitors from throughout the region. High street names from fashion and phone shops to furniture and white goods are represented, including Boots, DFS, Next, River Island, M&S food, Currys PC World and Furniture Village. In addition to the superstores, restaurants and coffee shops, the parks include a 16-screen Showcase cinema and a DW Fitness Gym with cardio and resistance equipment and a swimming pool.
Drighlington’s active, welcoming community supports a wide range of sports and leisure associations. The village has football, cricket and rugby league teams, and there are youth organisations an a well respected brass band with junior and senior sections. The village also has a volunteer-run library and a social club, the Tempest Constitutional Club, that presents live music, quiz nights and other events. The open countryside around the village, and the leisure spaces within it, including Adwalton Common, sports pitches and a well equipped playground, provide excellent opportunities for walking and cycling. There is a skate park on the edge of the common, and the Manor, with its fine dining and championship golf course, is less than a mile away.
When it comes to getting the details right, we're committed to quality throughout. We only work with high-quality brands, for example Symphony for kitchens, Porcelanosa for ceramic tiles and Ideal Standard for sanitary-ware.
From sleek, designer kitchens to cool, contemporary bathrooms, down to the fine details of tiles and taps, there's plenty to fire your imagination and suggest a whole range of possibilities for you to create a unique living environment.
Please note: Specification choices are dependent on build stage at the time of reservation.