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The Hawthorns

07715 613970
Royston, South Yorkshire, S71 4QW

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Only one home remaining!

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A brief introduction...

The Hawthorns development in Royston has only one plot remaining. Plot 34, The Hareford, a 4 bed detached home with garage.

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Priced at £239,995
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Last chance to buy!

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Whilst day-to-day provisions cane be bought locally, the nearby thriving market town of Barnsley offers a more in-depth shopping experience. Barnsley is famous for its award-winning markets with great high street names and a wide array of independent shops. The town's rich cultural history also provides opportunities to visit the town as a day out destination - it also offers a varied programme of events and exhibitions. This means there's almost always something to do when you visit!

The town centre also has a dedicated events and activities programme to help keep the streets animated and fun to visit! For all the art lovers, the 'Experience Barnsley Museum' and 'Cooper Gallery' offer a fun range of activities and exhibitions throughout the year.

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A great place to live

Nearby, there's the beautiful green space that is Royston Welfare Park, where fantastic outdoor fun awaits the whole family. Just a couple of miles away lies a beautiful 64-hectare site known as Rabbit Ings Country Park. This picturesque park offers an extensive path network consisting of a variety of routes for walkers, cyclists and horse riders alike.

The majestic woodlands and wetlands provide a variety of habitats for wildlife - including skylarks, wheatears and meadow pipits. And if you're lucky, you may spot kestrels overhead!

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Local Area

Our stunning new development benefits from its locality as it is surrounded by many great local amenities. The site is only a few minutes away from local independent shops, supermarkets, a post office, boutiques, cafes and convenience stores.

There are also 5 primary schools in the local vicinity, the nearest secondary school, Outwood Academy, is just one mile away to the south of the village – it offers education up to A level standard. Public transport to and from the village is served by various half-hourly bus services between Barnsley and Wakefield – the nearest train station is located a short distance away in Barnsley town centre.

The TransPennine Trail, a long-distance path running from coast to coast, offers suitable outdoor fun for cyclists, pushchair, and wheelchair uses alike. The trail runs entirely through surfaced paths using only gentle gradients – some parts of the trail are also open to horse riders!

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Our stunning new development benefits from its locality as it is surrounded by many great local amenities. The site is only a few minutes away from local independent shops, supermarkets, a post office, boutiques, cafes and convenience stores.

There are also 5 primary schools in the local vicinity, the nearest secondary school, Outwood Academy, is just one mile away to the south of the village – it offers education up to A level standard. Public transport to and from the village is served by various half-hourly bus services between Barnsley and Wakefield – the nearest train station is located a short distance away in Barnsley town centre.

The TransPennine Trail, a long-distance path running from coast to coast, offers suitable outdoor fun for cyclists, pushchair, and wheelchair uses alike. The trail runs entirely through surfaced paths using only gentle gradients – some parts of the trail are also open to horse riders!

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