Barratt Homes - Bishop Fields, HR1
APOLOGIES, ALL OF OUR HOMES ARE NOW SOLD OUT AT THIS DEVELOPMENT.&NBSP; IF YOU ARE STILL LOOKING FOR A NEW HOME, PLEASE REGISTER YOUR INTEREST FOR OUR COMING SOON DEVELOPMENT HAWK RISE IN LEDBURY. Bishop Fields is on the outskirts of the city of Hereford, Bishop Fields is located around rolling picturesque countryside and a short distance to the historic city centre. With a great selection of schools, excellent transport links and a wealth of history to explore, this is a great place for you to call home.
Well-known for its cider making for the last 350 years, it is a must to visit the Cider Museum and walkthrough the story of how cider was traditionally made and its history. Is there a better way to see Herefordshire than by bike? So why not take the 20 mile Cider Cycling Route, stop off for a drink and try one of the many dishes cooked with cider too.
Hereford is home to many primary and secondary schools as well as a sixth form academy and five colleges, making Bishop Fields and ideal place for your family to grow.
You will find high street stores at The Old Market Shopping Centre including and then take a break at Prezzo and Nando's or sit back with a coffee at Costa. Or get away from the hustle and bustle of the high street at The Hop Pocket Shopping Village. It is a great alternative with independent shops, a garden centre and award winning wine company.
Located just off the A438, which links to many other A roads so you can easily get around Herefordshire. You will find the nearest motorway, the M50 13 miles away which connects to the M5 bringing the rest of the country within reach. Hereford is home to a four platform train station, just seven minutes drive away with regular services to Worcester, Birmingham, London, Manchester and Cardiff.
You will find Hampton Dene Surgery is less than a 10 minute walk away. Conveniently it is just a mile and a half to Hereford County Hospital.
From Hereford City Centre follow the A438 towards Tupsley to reach Hampton Dene Road
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