Attraction is our latest development in Hull, located in Kingswood, just 5.6 miles from the city centre. We are building a collection of new homes on Richmond Lane; the location is ideal for families who want to be close to the city, while still enjoying life in the suburbs. There are many great schools within easy reach of the development.
Living in Kingswood gives you the best of all worlds. You're never far from what the centre of Hull has to offer, but there's also plenty to see and do much closer to home.
Kingswood Retail Park, a seven-minute drive or 25-minute walk away, has everything you need for shopping and entertainment. Catch a film at Cineworld or don your bowling shoes at Hollywood Bowl. You can also do your weekly food shop at the Asda Superstore or M&S Food. There's also a petrol station.
If you find yourself in need of a pint of milk then Attraction is ideally placed for that too, with Kingswood Co-op a mile away.
The Village Green Café Bar could well become your local when you're living at Attraction. You can walk there in a matter of minutes, and its freshly made food is a great excuse to opt out of cooking once in a while. It's open from 11am to 11am, Monday to Friday, and 10am to 11pm on weekends.
Schools & learning
You’ll never be short of great schools when you live in Kingswood, and several of them are a few miles from home.
The Lemon Tree Children's Centre has play sessions and family support sessions for children up to the age of five and is a 17-minute walk from Attraction.
The closest school to Attraction is Broadacre Primary School. It's open to children aged three to 11 and was rated good by Ofsted at its latest inspection.
For older children, St Mary's College is a 13-minute drive away. It's one of the best schools in the area, receiving an outstanding rating from Ofsted and is open to students aged 11 to 18. A-levels and BTEC qualifications are also available.
The University of Hull, 4.5 miles from Attraction, offers undergraduate, postgraduate and PHD qualifications in a wide range of subjects from Criminology to Drama, Marketing to Philosophy.
Health & fitness
If you want to hit the gym, join a group exercise class or perhaps go for a swim, head down to David Lloyd Hull. Located 3.1 miles from Attraction, it’s even got an on-site café where you can wind down after your workout.
Further afield is the Hull Golf Club. This 18-hole course, designed by the legendary James Braid, has been around for more than 100 years and brings together keen golfers from all over Hull and beyond. An added bonus is it’s a 24-minute drive from Attraction.
Kingswood Surgery, an 18-minute walk from Attraction, is open six days a week. You’ll also find Jhoots Pharmacy across the road. Another option is Highlands Health Centre at 0.9 miles away.
The nearest hospital is Hull Royal Infirmary, 6 miles from the development. It has an accident and emergency department, as well as other general surgery, maternity services and diabetic medicine.
Attraction is on Wawne Road, and is close to many important road links. In less than 20 minutes, you can be on the A165 which will take you to Bridlington and Scarborough - perfect for family days out on the coast.
Getting into the city is easy as the closest bus stop is a four-minute walk away. Hop on the number 10 bus services to Hull Paragon Interchange and you’ll be in the city in around 35 minutes. If you’d rather drive, Holwell Road will take you into the heart of the city in less than 20 minutes.
Travelling further afield
Hull Railway Station, 5.6 miles away, has direct services to destinations such as London King’s Cross, Doncaster, Manchester and York.
If you’ve got your sights set on going further afield, Humberside Airport is your springboard. It’s 26 miles away and you can catch flights to countries like Hungary, Spain, Italy and Lapland.
There's no shortage of shopping opportunities when you are living at Attraction. Kingswood Retail Park has high street names such as Next, Argos and Matalan, as well as an Asda Superstore. Best of all, it's 1.3 miles away.
Shopping in Hull city centre
Princes Quay in the centre of Hull is another place to get your shopping fix. Here you can find the likes of Superdrug, Topshop and many other favourite brands - plus there's a food court where you can refuel and revive during a busy day.
Whitefriargate in Hull's Old Town is not to be missed. Wind your way through the historic streets to the Grade II listed Hepworth Arcade, with its host of quirky independent retailers.
If you love fresh produce, Humber Bridge Farmers Market is just the place. Thousands of people flock there on the first Sunday of every month to buy delicious produce and handmade crafts. You can join them by travelling 30 minutes from home.