Hill Tree Park
At first glance, Hill Tree Park resembles any other quiet residential retreat in rural England, with detached homes, neat lawns and tarmac roads set amongst beautiful pockets of greenery.
Hill Tree Park is no ordinary place of residence, however, as people soon discover upon witnessing the seemingly boundless natural landscapes that surround the park.
Owing to its elevated position, residents of Hill Tree Park enjoy wondrous views of the Pennine Chain, which stretches as far as the eye can see. Despite its inescapably rural location, Hill Tree Park is by no means isolated from modern society.
Public transport is available outside the main entrance of the park, while the surrounding area, which includes the quaint village of Holmfirth (as seen in ‘Last of the Summer Wine’) and major cities in Yorkshire and Lancashire, can be explored easily by car.
Hill Tree Park features automatic street lighting, centrally heated homes, mains gas, electricity and water, cable TV and private parking.