St Paul’s Bank is surrounded by natural beauty. A five-minute drive from the development is Clay Woods – the perfect rural retreat to explore the local area and High Wood Dike. Further afield, Wortley Hall makes for a great family day out. Embedded into 26 acres of immaculate stately grounds, take a walk around the hall’s walled gardens or head inside to learn more about this historic grand venue.
In under 30 minutes you can reach the heart of the picture-perfect Peak District, a haven of exploration for walkers, cyclists and climbers alike.
Pilley is also well situated for accessing nearby shops, restaurants and bars. ALDI and Co-op supermarkets can be reached in under 10 minutes, while the neighbouring villages of Hoyland Common and Birdwell offer a range of eateries for locals to enjoy,
There are also fantastic schools for children of all ages surrounding the development. Chatterbox Day Nursey is the perfect place for young children to develop, while Hoyland Common and Tankersley St Peters Primary Schools are in reach of the development.
For those needing to commute, St Paul’s Bank offers efficient access to the local road connections. The major M1 motorway can be accessed in under five minutes, with Barnsley a 15-minute drive to the north and Sheffield city centre around 30 minutes to the south of development. You’ll also find the A616 nearby, offering a route west into the Peak District, while the A6195 east can connect you to Doncaster.
For those taking the train, both Wombwell and Elsecar stations are a 10-minute drive from the development, with services running to major cities such as Leeds and Sheffield, as well as the surrounding towns for Barnsley, Huddersfield and Rotherham.