Only a short drive away you will find shops including Co-operative Food and ASDA, as well as Primark, Starbucks and Debenhams.
The main shopping destination in the town is the Potteries Shopping Centre, also known as Intu Potteries, which is home to a number of major stores including Debenhams. It provides access to the Hanley Market Hall, which dates back to the 17th century.
With Stoke city centre no more than three miles away, the Johnsons Wharf development is perfectly placed to enjoy all the city has to offer. Hanley is one of the six major towns, and the only county borough, to form Stoke-on-Trent.
For families and commuters looking at houses for sale in Stoke-on-Trent, the development is located within easy reach of good schools and there are excellent road links to surrounding towns via the A52.
Hanley has a number of attractions that celebrate its heritage, including the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery featuring an extensive ceramics collection, and a restored WWII Spitfire. The area is home to the Victoria Hall and Regent’s Theatre. The LGBT event Stoke Pride is held every year in Hanley.