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Redrow - The Sycamores, LS25

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Located midway between Leeds and York, within easy reach of the A1(M) and M1, and with not one, but two mainline rail stations, Sherburn in Elmet is remarkably well connected for a Yorkshire country village. Yet you still get to enjoy all the joys of village life, including wide open spaces stretching in all directions, a close knit local community and a pace of life that’s hard to find in the modern world.

In short, The Sycamores in Sherburn offers everything you and your family could wish for, making it the perfect location for our brand new development of three and four bedroom Heritage Collection homes. This is bound to be a sought after development, so register your interest now for these new homes near Leeds, and be the first to find out first when new plots are released. Remember, you can reserve yours for just 5% deposit with Help to Buy.

Leisure

Sherburn Aero Club is renowned for having some of the best facilities in the country, as well as a very active social programme that is the hub of village life. There are also many other popular clubs and societies in the village, including Sherburn Bears rugby league and Sherburn White Rose football. Golfers will find a choice of challenging courses to the north, at Scarthingwell and Cocksford Golf Clubs, and there is a popular local angling club at Bacon Factory Pond. Garforth Leisure Centre and Kippax Leisure Centre are both just a short drive away, and offer a wide variety of facilities, including pools.

Education

Like many traditional English villages, Sherburn in Elmet has its own schools, which are the centre of community life. In fact, it goes one better than most, with a choice of two primary schools. Children at Saxon Gardens can choose between Sherburn Huntgate Community Primary or Athelstan Community Primary, both of which are within easy reach of the development and both of which boast ‘Good’ ratings in their recent OFSTED reports. All too often, living in a village means that older children face a longer trip to school, but here Sherburn excels once again. The village is lucky enough to have its own high school, Sherburn High, a Specialist Science School, which is within walking distance of the development.

Shopping

Sherburn in Elmet has a good selection of shops in the village centre, including a Boots store. There is also a traditional market in the village every Wednesday and Saturday. For a much wider choice, head north for the endless fascinating independent shops of York, including the famous Shambles. Alternatively, head west for the many shopping centres of Leeds, including the 75 international designer fashion brands of the Victorian Quarter, the indy wonderland of the Grand Arcade, the magnificently quirky Corn Exchange and the 1million sq ft retail behemoth that is Trinity Leeds.

Transport

Just like its education provision, Sherburn has far better transport links than you might expect from a country village, with not one but two local railway stations, providing swift commuter access across the region. Trains from Sherburn in Elmet Station will speed you direct to York in just 17 minutes or south to Sheffield in just over an hour. Alternatively, trains from South Milford Station will have you in Leeds in just 23 minutes. Local road links are also excellent, with the A162, A63 and A1(M) all just a short drive away. Selby and Castleford are just 9 miles away, Wetherby just 12 miles Leeds and York just 16 miles. The continental ferries of Hull are just 52 miles away, with Leeds Bradford Airport just 25 miles away.

Health

For doctors, register with Sherburn Group Practice in Beech Grove and for dentists try Elmet Dental Care on Low Street.