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Capella Ebrochure 2020_130220

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ABOUT CAPELLA At

ABOUT CAPELLA At Capella, you will discover an exciting range of 3 and 4 bedroom homes on our 3rd phase of the development. Local Area Creating a modern, thriving community with all the amenities, wide open spaces, woodland areas, leisure facilities, golf course and more right on the doorstep is all part of the Middle Deepdale master plan. New homeowners at Capella will be able to take full advantage of all these facilities, all so close to home. Just 4 miles from Scarborough this popular seaside town is within easy reach. As are the amazing bays and wide, sweeping beaches that make this part of the north Yorkshire coastline so famous. Out and About If you love getting out and about, Capella is the perfect location for you. If you fancy a change from exploring the coastline and historic seaside towns, head into the North York Moors National Park. Here nature and history combine. Making this an area that’s impossible to get bored of. If exploring the city is more your thing, York, Hull and Leeds are all easy to get to. School and Education A perfect location for families, there’s a number of playgroups, community centres, nurseries and schools all within easy reach. St George’s RC Primary and Overdale CP School are both less than half a mile away. Braeburn Community Junior School, and their Infant and nursery are less than a mile away. Transport links Capella boasts excellent transport links. It’s close to the A165 coastal road. Head north into Scarborough or south towards Bridlington and Hull. The A64 towards York is within easy reach, as is the A170 west.

Did you know... Capella is a yellow giant star from the constellation Auriga 42.8 light years from earth! Perfectly located in a beautiful pentagonal constellation in the skies above Scarborough, visible all year round. To the naked eye Capella may appear as a single star however it is in fact a binary system in which components are made from a pair of giant starts and a pair of red dwarf stars.