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Red Hall Gardens by Bellway Homes Ltd

Red Hall Crescent, Wakefield, WF1 2DF

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An attractive collection of 2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes

Red Hall Gardens forms part of a major new residential development, situated within walking distance of local amenities and leisure facilities including a state-of-the-art health club and gym. Boasting excellent travel links to the attractions of both Wakefield and Leeds city centre, these new 2-bedroom apartments and 3 and 4-bedroom homes in West Yorkshire benefit from a high level of specification throughout, with an extensive range of house styles to suit many buyers.

Ideal for families, Red Hall Gardens has a wide choice of outstanding schools in the area, catering for ages three to 18-years. Situated within 2 miles of the development is the popular Rooks Nest Academy primary school, along with Outwood Grange Academy which has provisions for secondary education. The highly-regarded Silcoates School is a short 8-minutre drive and caters for ages five through to 19, while more mature students are served by the award-winning University of Leeds, boasting world-recognition as a top 1% university.

The area is home to acres of attractive parkland and landscaped green space which provides residents with a range of leisure opportunities within idyllic, rural surrounds. The superb Thornes Park, a 10-minute drive away, boasts walled rose gardens and a fascinating bird aviary, along with several family attractions such as a miniature steam railway, a wildfowl lake and a multi-sports athletic stadium.

Wakefield city centre is less than 2 miles from the development and located at the heart of the Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle, an area bordered by four iconic art galleries. Alongside the cultural attractions of Wakefield, residents can enjoy the architecturally-beautiful city of Leeds, with an unrivalled array of leisure, entertainment and dining venues to be explored.

Excellent road links to the development allow for easy travel to both local areas and more regional destinations. Wakefield city centre is a 5-minute journey via the A650, while Leeds can be reached in under 10 miles via the M1 at junction 41, excellent for commuters. The Wakefield Westgate Railway Station is conveniently located less than two miles from the development and offers regular services to Leeds, Huddersfield, Sheffield and London Kings Cross.
  1. Exciting new residential development
  2. Excellent leisure facilitie
  3. Good commuter links nearby
  4. Acres of attractive parkland and landscaped green space



Red Hall Crescent, Wakefield, WF1 2DF

Opening hours

Open Friday to Monday, 10:30am - 5:00pm and Thursday 10:30am – 7:00pm. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Leisure Facilities

Within walking distance of Redhall Gardens residents can enjoy a range of conveniently located amenities including an exclusive health and fitness complex, a well-equipped crèche, a traditional public house and a popular Indian restaurant.

For outdoor pursuits, the iconic Sandal Castle is under 4 miles away, and comprises medieval ruins which boast spectacular views overlooking the River Calder. Within a 20-minute drive, The Yorkshire Sculpture Park is a pioneering open-air gallery which showcases the works of award-winning British and international artists, while the Nostell Priory is an 18th century Palladian house with acres of lush parkland.

To accommodate active residents, a Bannatynes health club is within walking distance of the development, comprising a state-of-the-art gym, purpose-built exercise studios, a swimming pool, sauna and steam room. The vibrant Light Waves Leisure Centre, a 5-minute drive away, is a contemporary community-run sports facility offering everything from football and martial arts to roller-skating and baton-twirling. For the warmer months, Pugneys Country Park features a 100-acre lake allowing for water-sport such as canoeing, sailing and windsurfing.

Wakefield city centre is home to the highly-acclaimed Theatre Royal, an opera house dating back to the 1770’s which now stages many acclaimed productions including dance, drama, comedy and musical theatre. A short 10-minute drive will bring residents to the iconic Unity Hall, a 100-year-old Grade II listed concert hall which has been recently refurbished following a fascinating history of playing host to ballroom dances, silent movies and live rock music. Slightly further afield in Leeds, residents can visit a range of famous venues, including the West Yorkshire Playhouse, which is one of the largest producing theatres in the north-east, and the modern O2 Academy, a leading music concert venue. There are also multiple cinema screens, leisure complexes and soft-play venues.

Within a mile of the development a variety of popular eateries can be found including American, Italian and Chinese cuisines, catering for casual meal times. Also within walking distance is a contemporary Indian restaurant and family-friendly public house, both serving high quality food with a cheerful community atmosphere.

Wakefield itself offers a range of unique and enticing dining venues, such as The Cow Shed Restaurant and Grill only a 5-minute drive from the development, which presents an exquisite menu of cooked-to-order meats and locally sourced produce. Set in a superb Grade II listed building which was once a traditional sweet shop, this intimate restaurant venue is said to have been the inspiration behind the nostalgic novel and film 'Chocolat'.

The well-regarded Boccaccio restaurant is under 10 minutes away by car, and promises spectacular Italian cuisine in traditional surrounds, boasting a menu which features the vibrant signature dishes of the Sicilian-born Boccaccio family.

Leeds city centre is home to over 1,000 eateries reflecting the city’s cosmopolitan identity, with options for everything from contemporary tapas to traditional French bistro cooking, and even experimental Asian-influenced barbeques. With an unrivalled array of stylish wine bars, modern cocktail lounges and more traditional, inn-keeper style pubs, Leeds celebrates high-quality in all of its drinking and dining venues.

Local Shopping

Wakefield presents an extensive range of retail options such as Trinity Walk, an impressive shopping complex located only 5 minutes away by car, which presents a modern department store, extensive supermarket, casual eateries and its own Leisure Complex. Ridings Shopping Centre is only a 10-minute drive away and houses its own supermarket, along with high-street retailers and many well-known fashion brands.

Only 10 miles away, the sprawling and picturesque city of Leeds boasts several hubs for shopping, coupled with some of the most architecturally significant buildings in England. Offering eclectic products in a stylish setting is the delightful Victoria Quarter, which boasts both designer outlets and high-end stores, while the iconic Corn Exchange is home to vintage stores, artisan designers and independent retailers.

Farmers’ and produce markets are a prominent feature in cosmopolitan Leeds. The renowned Kirkgate Market, one of Europe’s largest indoor markets, displays 800 stalls of groceries including locally-grown flowers, fresh meat and seafood which attract over 10,000 visitors every week.


In the area surrounding Red Hall Gardens there are a number of well-regarded schools catering for nursery, primary, secondary and further education. Rooks Nest Academy is a popular primary school in the area and is located a short 6-minute drive from the development. The highly acclaimed Wakefield Girls Junior School and High School are just over a mile away and serve three to 19-year-olds, while the well-regarded Silcoates School is a short 8-minutre drive and caters for ages five through to 19.

Students of secondary school age are covered with a selection of institutions less than 10 minutes from the development, such as Wakefield City Academy, the Outwood Grange Academy and Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, which also offer post-16 education.

At only 4 minutes away by car, Wakefield boasts the largest college in the district, offering an impressive range of part-time and full-time courses with Business and Management, Animal Care, Early Years Care and Civil Engineering among them.

A 20-minute drive from the development is the University of Leeds, one of the top-100 universities worldwide which boasts a century of academic excellence.

Transport Links

Excellent road links have been afforded to residents of these new homes in Wakefield, allowing convenient travel to local and regional destinations. The M62 motorway is less than four miles away and allows travel to Huddersfield and Bradford in a little over 30 minutes. The M1 motorway affords access to Leeds at junction 41 in under 10 miles, while a direct route into Wakefield is a five minute via the A650.

Outwood Railway Station is conveniently located just a 6 minute drive from Red Hall Gardens, providing regular services into Leeds in under 15 minutes. The Wakefield Westgate Railway Station is less than two miles from the development and offers regular services to commuter destinations such as Leeds in 15 minutes, and Huddersfield in 34 minutes. Sheffield is one hour away, and travel into the capital’s London Kings Cross Station is a two hour journey.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Outwood (1.0 miles)
National Train Station logo Wakefield Westgate (1.3 miles)
National Train Station logo Wakefield Kirkgate (1.7 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

About Developer


Over 60 years of great homes and great service

When it comes to buying your new home it is reassuring to know that you are dealing with one of the most successful companies in the country, with a reputation built on designing and creating fine houses and apartments nationwide backed up with one of the industry’s best after-care services.

In 1946 John and Russell Bell, newly demobbed, joined their father John T. Bell in a small family owned housebuilding business in Newcastle upon Tyne. From the very beginning John T. Bell & Sons, as the new company was called, were determined to break the mould. In the early 1950s Kenneth Bell joined his brothers in the company and new approaches to design layout and finishes were developed. In 1963 John T. Bell & Sons became part of the public corporate scene and the name Bellway evolved.

Continuing growth

Today Bellway is one of Britain’s largest house building companies and is continuing to grow throughout the country. Since its formation, Bellway has built and sold over 100,000 homes catering for first time buyers to more seasoned home buyers and their families. The Group’s rapid growth has turned Bellway into a multi-million pound company, employing over 2,000 people directly and many more sub-contractors. From its original base in Newcastle upon Tyne the Group has expanded in to all regions of the country and is now poised for further growth.

Our homes are designed, built and marketed by local teams operating from regional offices managed and staffed by local people. This allows the company to stay close to its customers and take key decisions about design, build, materials, planning and marketing in response to local and not national demands. A simple point, but one which we believe distinguishes Bellway.

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