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Imperial Gardens is a development of new homes in Howden, enjoying a picturesque, semi-rural location, good nearby amenities and excellent transport connections to Leeds, York and Hull. These 2, 3, 4 and 5-bedroom properties, constructed in a variety of traditional styles, will appeal to first-time buyers, families and commuters.
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2, 3, 4 and 5-bedroom homes
Bordered by peaceful, open countryside
Covetable location in a Georgian market town
Situated five miles from Goole
Ease of access to key regional transport links
Selby Road, Howden, DN14 7GE
Howden is situated five miles north of Goole, within the East Riding of Yorkshire. Imperial Gardens can be found just off the A63.
Boasting a peaceful location on the outskirts of Howden, Imperial Gardens is bordered by miles of open fields and just a stone’s throw from the much-loved Howden Marsh Nature Reserve. Here, residents can take a peaceful lakeside stroll, go fishing, enjoy a picnic, or partake in some wildlife spotting. A 15-minute walk away, the historic Ashes Playing Fields is a hub of activity, home to events such as Mayfest and the Howden Show, it features a multi-use games area, a children’s play park and acres of recreational gardens.
The iconic Howden minster presides over this handsome Georgian town, which is characterized by its narrow cobbled streets, fascinating period architecture and impressive selection of independent shops. A popular weekly market dominates Howden’s town square every Friday, with an eclectic range of stalls offering fresh local produce, homewares and artisan gifts.
Beautifully preserved and steeped in history, Howden was once home to one of the largest and most famous horse fairs across Europe. Glimpses of the town’s heritage can be recognised today in buildings such as the Victorian Shire Hall, which acts as a popular entertainment venue, hosting a variety of music events, theatre performances and film showings, in its very own cinema hall.
Residents of Imperial Gardens will be well-placed to sample Howden’s thriving dining scene, with everything from traditional inn-keeper style pubs and quaint tea rooms, to award-winning restaurants and pavement cafés. Within close proximity of the development, residents will find a host of family-friendly eateries, many of which rely upon the freshest seasonal produce grown and reared across East Yorkshire.
An ideal location for growing and mature families, Howden is home to highly-regarded local schools covering infant through to higher education. Within walking distance, residents will find Howden Infant School (ages 4-7), Howden Junior School (ages 7-11) and Howden School (age 11+).
Commuters will delight in the area’s excellent travel connections, with frequent public transport services by train and bus, as well as convenient access to the major motorway network. Imperial Gardens is just five miles from Goole, and is easily accessible from east and west due to its proximity to the M62 motorway.
Using the M62, Hull can be reached in 35 minutes, and Leeds in under 50 minutes, while York is just 45 minutes away via the A63 and A19. Howden train station, just 1.5 miles from the development, offers services to Hull, York and London Kings Cross, passing several major destinations on route.
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