The development’s proximity to Pontefract town centre makes the wide range of amenities, including boutique shops, pubs and restaurants, extremely convenient.
Prince’s Point is perfectly located for commuters, just one mile away from the M62, offering quick and easy access to the motorway network, making Leeds, Wakefield, Castleford and Doncaster easily reachable.
Pontefract also boasts three train stations, Pontefract Baghill, Pontefract Monkhill and Tanshelf which provide access to York, Sheffield, Leeds, Wakefield and London.
The town still hosts Wakefield District’s largest street market. Alongside the outdoor market is Pontefract Market Hall, originally founded in 1860, which houses 28 independent traders.
The Parkside Retail Park is just a stone’s throw from Prince’s Point and offers a range of independent stores. Pontefract is also close to Xscape, an indoor leisure venue with a real snow indoor ski slope, trampolining, Tenpin bowling, a cinema and more! More shopping and entertainment can be found at retail centre, Junction 32, which is only a short drive away.
The market town is also home to the ruins of Pontefract Castle. Pontefract’s famous racecourse neighbours Prince’s Park, attracting visitors from across the UK thanks to its excellent race day facilities.
The nearby Pontefract & District Golf Club offers a challenging yet enjoyable 18-hole course and welcomes new members, as well as casual visitors.
Prince's Park is also located near a wide range of excellent local schools.
All this and more, makes a home at Prince’s Park an unbeatable choice if you’ve been looking at unique homes for sale in Yorkshire.