Although the rural village of Auckley is in the heart of the South Yorkshire countryside, it is only a 15-minute journey from Doncaster town centre. Nearby major town and cities, such as Rotherham, Sheffield and Scunthorpe, can also reached be reached in around 30 minutes by either car or public transport. Looking further afield, Leeds, Hull and Nottingham are approximately one-hour away from the development.
Closer to home, Auckley is filled with everything residents need for a rural lifestyle with the best of both worlds. The village is filled with small businesses, convenience stores, eateries, schools for children of all ages and playgrounds.
Schools near to the development include Hayfield Lane Primary School and Finningley C of E Primary School for children up to the age of 11, and The Hayfield School teaches secondary school and sixth form children. On the edge of the village is New College Doncaster, which provides excellent courses for students interested in computing, medical science, business, performing arts, languages and sports.
Just three miles from Torneley Quarter is the beautiful Yorkshire Wildlife Park, where a wild adventure awaits excited visitors including Project Polar, home to two polar bears including the very first to be born in the UK.
Slightly further afield is the Potteric Carr Nature Reserve, which is run by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, and features a wild oasis waiting to be explored. During the summer months beautiful wildlife can be found here including butterflies, and starlings, making it great for a family walk.
Torneley Quarter in Auckley is also well-served by major road networks making it a great place for commuters. The M18 is just 10 minutes away, leading to the M62 near Goole in the north and the M1 near Rotherham in the south.
For those looking to book that well-deserved holiday, Doncaster Sheffield Airport is just half a mile from Torneley Quarter and has regular flights to Europe and beyond.