Waterhouse Mill


01625 573012

New homes from £379,995 to £529,995

Priestley showhome open for viewing on this striking development of 3, 4 and 5-bedroom houses in the market town of Bollington. Contact our sales centre for more information.

Sales Centre Tel: 01625 573012

Sales centre open Monday and Friday 10.00am-5.00pm, Thursday 10.00am-7.00pm, Saturday and Sunday 11.00am-5.00pm. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday.

Welcome to Waterhouse Mill

Last few homes remaining – contact our sales team for further information

Waterhouse Mill is an exquisite development of 3, 4 and 5-bedroom properties situated in the historic market town of Bollington, on the edge of the Peak District.

These new homes in Bollington are finished to a high specification, with quality fittings; externally they are designed to complement the surrounding area, with stonework on selected plots echoing the style of traditional cottages in this much sought-after part of Cheshire.

Ideal for families, the development benefits from a number of excellent primary and secondary schools in the area, as well as several local playgroups and pre-schools.

An abundance of green space lends itself to family leisure, with Bollington Recreation Ground – awarded Green Flag status – providing facilities for cricket, tennis, bowls and football, as well as a woodland walk. The rec is linked to the children’s play area on Adlington Road, which features a skateboard ramp and basketball net; a second playground at Coronation Gardens caters for younger children. The green theme continues with the Peak District National Park, which is a mere 12 minutes drive from Waterhouse Mill.

Residents of these new houses in Bollington will also find a wide range of amenities on their doorstep, with the town home to a number of shops, popular pubs, cafés and restaurants.

Bollington’s location, with its easy access to towns in the surrounding region, makes it a popular residential choice for commuters. Waterhouse Mill is less than 10 minutes from Macclesfield, around 25 minutes from Manchester Airport, 40 minutes from central Manchester and 25 minutes from Stockport. The nearest train station to the development is less than two miles away at Prestbury, and a number of bus companies operate through Bollington, linking the town with neighbouring villages, Macclesfield and Stockport.

For further information regarding these new homes in Bollington please call 01625 573012 and speak to a member of our sales team.


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The Larch

Larch WM

4 bedroom Detached

Prices From £379,995

The Larch is a striking double fronted 4-bedroom detached family home, in some cases designed with a traditional stone frontage and offering a high specification, stylish interiors and a landscaped front garden. The ground floor comprises of a ...

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Priestley Waterhouse Mill

Priestley WM

4 bedroom Detached

Prices From £454,995

The Priestley is an impressive 4 bedroom detached family home, designed with a contemporary brick façade and offering a high specification and generous living accommodation. The property also features an integrated garage and a landscaped front ga...

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The Thomas


5 bedroom Detached

Prices From £519,995

The Thomas is a luxury 5 bedroom detached family home, in some cases designed with a traditional stone façade and offering a high specification and generous living accommodation. The property also features a double integrated garage and a landscap...

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Welcome to Bollington

Bollington is a picturesque town on the edge of the Peak District National Park that benefits from many local amenities. A former cotton mill town, Bollington is today carving out a contemporary identity as a popular place to live and work.



There are a number of highly regarded primary and secondary schools located near these new homes in Bollington that cater for children aged from four to 16. They include Dean Valley Community Primary and Bollington Cross CE Primary schools and for students over the age of 11, Tytherington School, the Fallibroome Academy, All Hallows Catholic College and The King’s School. The town also has a good selection of pre-schools, toddler groups and nurseries.



Residents will find a variety of shops on their doorstep, including a new convenience store opened as part of the development. Bollington also boasts a bakery, pharmacy, delicatessen and florist.

The Grosvenor Shopping Centre in nearby Macclesfield is home to a selection of high-street stores and an indoor market, and is just a 10-minute drive from Bollington. For lovers of the unusual and the bespoke, the Treacle Market is well worth a visit. It takes place monthly in Macclesfield’s historic marketplace, selling crafts, antiques, art, ceramics, books and locally produced food and drink.

Further afield, Stockport’s Merseyway Shopping Centre is less than 30 minutes drive from Waterhouse Mill and boasts almost 100 well-known stores, while Manchester’s Trafford Centre, with its 200 shops, 60 cafés, bars and restaurants, and a 20-screen cinema, lies off the M60, under 40 minutes drive from the development.


Eating and drinking

A traditional town, Bollington boasts a number of traditional pubs – one of which has its own brewery. Many also offer food and the town has a selection of restaurants and cafés serving a variety of dishes. Nearby, Macclesfield and Stockport offer everything from takeaways to fine dining, with several high-street restaurant chains, boutique cafés and independent eateries.



Bollington’s location at the edge of the Peak District National Park (a mere 12 minutes drive from the development) is a boon for outdoor enthusiasts, with the multitude of opportunities that brings for hiking, climbing, cycling and mountain biking, horse riding and sailing. More leisurely pursuits, such as fishing, rambling, or simply sightseeing mean all physical abilities, ages and tastes are catered for.

The town is a delight for walkers, with guided tours taking in historic buildings and places of interest, the 11-mile Middlewood Way following the route of the former Macclesfield, Bollington and Marple Railway, and an annual walking festival in October. The hills surrounding the town are also popular with ramblers – notably the climb to the top of Kerridge Hill, the site of local landmark White Nancy (a former summer house built in around 1815).

Local sports clubs include Bollington Cricket Club, which has a junior and senior team, Bollington United Junior Football Club and Bollington Bowling Club. Bollington Health and Leisure centre on Heath Road, less than a mile from Waterhouse Mill, has a gym, health spa, squash courts, swimming pool and fitness studio.

The Bollington Festival, first held in 1964, takes place every few years and brings together music, dancing, theatre and more, in a local celebration of the arts. This vibrant cultural outlook lives on in the town between festivals, finding expression in the work of the Bollington Art Centre, where groups such as the Festival Choir, brass band and opera group meet and perform regularly. The venue is also home to a comedy club, regular evening classes, guest talks and exhibitions.



Major roads near these new homes in Bollington include the A523, A34 and M60, giving easy access to Macclesfield, Stockport, Manchester and Manchester Airport.

Waterhouse Mill is also well served by public transport, with several bus routes linking the town with neighbouring villages, as well as Macclesfield and Stockport. For rail travellers, Prestbury train station lies less than two miles away, with regular services into Macclesfield (4 minutes), Stockport (17 minutes), Stoke-on-Trent (28 minutes) and Manchester Piccadilly (32 minutes).


Local authority

Waterhouse Mill falls within the boundaries of Bollington Town Council and Cheshire East Borough Council.



Please note that while every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, particulars regarding local amenities and their proximity should be considered as general guidance only.

The identification of schools and other educational establishments are intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and do not represent a guarantee of eligibility or admission.

Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day.

Sources: Google Maps, The AA and National Rail.

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