- 3 Bed Detached
- 1,015 sq. ft of living space
- Master bedroom with En-Suite
- Stylish kitchen/diner
- Integral garage with access from inside of home
- Convenient downstairs W.C.
- Energy efficient boiler
- Built-in storage on both floor
Designed with the needs of busy, expanding families in mind, the Hadley offers three spacious double bedrooms and ample communal areas for family gatherings. We understand that families require both shared spaces for quality time and individualised corners for each family member. The Hadley excels in fulfilling these requirements and much more.
Plot 102 - £264,995
Plot 103 - £264,995
The standout feature of this three-bedroom detached home, complete with a garage, is undoubtedly the contemporary kitchen/diner located at the rear of the house. This space is perfectly tailored for family interactions, accommodating everyone comfortably. With the added benefit of French doors that open up to the garden, the area is bathed in natural light. An expansive living room rounds out the ground floor layout.
Moving upstairs, you'll discover three generously proportioned double bedrooms and a well-appointed family bathroom. Furthermore, the master bedroom boasts the added extravagance of a personal en-suite shower room.
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Stoke-on-Trent has several parks and green spaces where you can enjoy outdoor activities, picnics, and leisurely walks. Some popular parks in the area include Central Forest Park, Hanley Park, and Westport Lake. The city has a rich cultural heritage, and you can explore museums and galleries like The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Etruria Industrial Museum, and Gladstone Pottery Museum to learn about the history of pottery in the area. There are various shopping centres and retail districts in Stoke-on-Trent, including the Intu Potteries shopping centre, where you can shop for clothing, electronics, and more.
Stoke-on-Trent is surrounded by beautiful countryside, making it a great place for hiking, cycling, and exploring the natural beauty of Staffordshire.
The city offers entertainment venues like theatres, cinemas, and live music venues where you can catch a show or enjoy a night out. It offers a diverse culinary scene with restaurants serving a wide range of cuisines. You can explore local pubs, international eateries, and fine dining establishments.
If you're into sports, you can watch football matches at the bet365 Stadium, home to Stoke City FC, or engage in various sports and recreational activities at local sports centres and facilities. Stoke-on-Trent is home to Staffordshire University, where you can explore educational opportunities, attend lectures, or participate in cultural events.
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