Holmes Meadow

Selby, North Yorkshire, YO8 3GE

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3 bedrooms
From £194,995
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3 bedrooms
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3 bedrooms
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3 bedrooms
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3 bedrooms
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5 bedrooms
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5 bedrooms
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About Holmes Meadow

Holmes Meadow at Selby is an exciting development of brand new homes. Close to shops, libraries, parks and a good selection of schools, Holmes Meadow is only 15 miles from York and close to Leeds, Doncaster and Barnsley.

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Note: This plan has been produced for plot identification purposes only. Layout, individual plots, housetypes and amenities may be subject to change. For latest information, including selected plots, please contact sales advisor. Overall development layout plan correct at time of publication.


Getting around
Holmes Meadow provides easy access to the A19, a major trunk road linking Selby to the City of York to the north and Doncaster to the south. It also gives direct access to the M62 with junction 34 about eight miles away. To the south of Selby the A63 provides a convenient route to junction 42 of the A1 M motorway, which is approximately ten miles away. Selby train station is just a few minutes drive and provides services to major UK cities including Hull, London, York and Manchester. For air travel Robin Hood Airport at Doncaster, is less than a thirty mile drive.

A trip to the shops
Selby town centre is within a mile of Holmes Meadow, or just a few minutes by car or bus. There you will find a whole range of shops from famous name High Street stores, to independent retailers and there are several leading supermarkets. The Three Lakes Retail Park on the outskirts of the town offers a great selection of retail outlets plus restaurants and a sports, health and fitness centre. Selby is also well-known for its popular weekly market that draws visitors from across Yorkshire. For further choice the historic County City of York is approximately fourteen miles north and offers everything from boutiques, antiques, jewellery and vintage accessories to top department stores and the York Designer Outlet with more than one hundred and twenty top brands at discounted prices.

Taking time out
Life at Holmes Meadow gives you a great choice of leisure, sport, culture or countryside to either take part in or simply enjoy. The town has its own martial arts, football, rugby, golf and tennis clubs, plus ten pin bowling and leisure centre. The Selby Canal and the River Ouse both run through the town providing many scenic walks, Selby Park is ideal for a relaxing afternoon and 'the hidden gem of Yorkshire' the Selby Abbey with its nine hundred year history, is one of England's finest Abbey churches. Selby Town Hall Arts Centre, formerly a Methodist Chapel, now hosts a variety of music, drama, dance and cabaret events and Selby's Globe Community Theatre provides the latest in film entertainment, while the town has many pubs and restaurants for an evening out.

Education
Selby has five primary schools catering for three to eleven year olds within approximately a mile of Holmes Meadow. For senior pupils Selby High School is less than one mile away and Brayton College and Barlby Bridge School are both less than two miles. Selby College offers a whole range of courses for those aged over sixteen and there are two independent schools taking pupils up to eighteen and nineteen years, within six miles.


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From York

  • Take the A19 towards Selby from York city centre
  • Continue forward onto the A19 toward Selby town centre for approximately 11 miles
  • At the roundabout, take the third exit onto Barlby Road (A19)
  • At the next roundabout, take the first exit towards Selby town centre (A19)
  • Continue on Barlby Road until you go over the River Ouse bridge. At the traffic lights turn right into Water Hill Lane
  • Take the second right onto Coupland Road and Holmes Meadow can be found on the right hand side

From M62 junction 34

  • Leave the M62 at junction 34 (Selby/Doncaster)
  • At the roundabout take the second exit A19 towards Selby
  • Continue along the A19 for approximately 6 miles until you reach a large roundabout
  • Take the second exit and continue on the A19
  • Follow the A19 until you reach a set of traffic lights. In the left hand lane, go straight across following the B1223 signposted the 'Leisure Centre' (Scott Road)
  • At the roundabout take the first exit and continue along Scott Road
  • At the end of Scott Road turn right at the mini roundabout and follow Flaxley Road
  • At the mini roundabout continue straight on along New Millgate
  • Turn first left onto Coupland Road and Holmes Meadow can be found on the right hand side

From M62 junction 37

  • Leave the M62 at junction 37, exiting onto the A63
  • Take the first left at the roundabout onto Boothferry Road (A614)
  • At the next roundabout take a right to continue onto Boothferry Road (B1228). The B1228 changes to the A63 after approximately 2 miles
  • Continue for approximately 8 miles on Hull Road (A63) until a large crossroads. Turn left to stay on the A63
  • At the roundabout, take the third exit onto Barlby Road (A19)
  • At the next roundabout, take the first exit towards Selby town centre (A19)
  • Continue on Barlby Road until you go over the River Ouse bridge. At the traffic lights turn right into Water Hill Lane
  • Take the second right onto Coupland Road and Holmes Meadow can be found on the right hand side
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Contact us at: Holmes Meadow

Sales advisor:
Gaynor & Irene
Telephone:
01757 807001
Opening times:
Open 7 days a week 10am to 5pm

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