Bluestone Meadow

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New homes from £219,995 to £231,995

Bluestone Meadow is an attractive development of 3 and 4-bedroom semi-detached and detached new homes in the district of Broughton, with beautiful showhomes available to view at Dol Garreg Las.

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Welcome to Bluestone Meadow

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A selection of homes on this development are being sold through Flintshire County Council’s Shared Equity scheme and are available to prospective buyers who meet the eligibility criteria. Terms and conditions apply. Please speak to our sales advisor for further information.

This attractive development of new homes in Broughton benefits from a convenient location within walking distance of excellent local amenities, shopping facilities and highly-regarded schools.

Covering a range of 3 and 4-bedroom, detached and semi-detached house styles, these new homes in Flintshire are sure to appeal to a wide audience of buyers, including families, professionals and up-sizers. Residents will find the highest level of specification within each new home, including modern fitted kitchens, quality Roca bathroom suites and garages or parking to all plots.

The popular Broughton Shopping Park is a short walk from Bluestone Meadow and boasts an extensive collection of high street stores, ideal for every day shopping. This impressive retail park also benefits from a number of family-friendly eateries and a state-of-the-art cinema, while further shopping opportunities can be found just a short drive away at Cheshire Oaks in Ellesmere Port and in nearby Chester and Wrexham.

Bluestone Meadow is a desirable location for families, with a number of well-regarded schools in the close surrounding area. Broughton Primary School is under a mile from the development, while Doddleston Church of England Primary School and Derwen Foundation School can be reached within a seven minute drive. Older students are served by the Hawarden High School within a six minute drive of home, which is highly-rated as an award-winning establishment, while those pursuing further study will benefit from very close proximity to the University of Chester, at just over a 10 minute drive from home.

Ideally situated for commuters, these new homes in Flintshire enjoy excellent local and regional transport connections. The A55 North Wales Expressway slip road is just 0.5 miles away with links to the M53 and M56. Conveniently, there is a regular bus service from Mold to Chester, and the nearest train station is Hawarden (a five minute drive away) with frequent links to Wrexham.

To find out more about these new homes in Broughton, call one of our sales advisors on 07580 534 191.

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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 is intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and does 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, Transport for London and National Rail.

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Transport links:

A55/North Wales Expressway 1 minute / 0.5 miles

M53 10 minutes / 8.5 miles

M56 12 minutes / 13 miles

Chester 12 minutes / 6.3 miles

Wrexham 16 minutes / 13 miles

Mold 14 minutes / 8 miles

Liverpool 35 minutes / 28 miles

Hawarden Station 5 minutes / 3 miles

Liverpool John Lennon Airport 34 minutes / 31 miles

Chester University 12 minutes / 6.5 miles

 

Welcome to Broughton

Broughton is a district in the county of Flintshire, which lies near the England-Wales border, North Wales. Benefiting from excellent local shopping facilities and convenient commuter links to surrounding areas, this popular town is a desirable location for families and professionals alike. Neighbouring Bretton village to the north, Broughton is close the popular areas of Queensferry, Chester and Wrexham, which present a good selection of amenities, shopping facilities and attractions.

 

Lesiure

The area surrounding Bluestone Meadows is well-suited to families with a range of nearby attractions. Everyday entertainment is catered for by the town’s multiplex cinema, just a short walk from the development, which shows all of the latest international blockbusters on state-of-the-art 2D and 3D screens.

Further indoor entertainment can be found at nearby Cheshire Oaks which boasts its own American-style bowling alley, complete with an amusement arcade, fully-licensed bar, table tennis and even a UV cosmic bowling experience. Visitors can even try their hand at a laser battle in the Cheshire Oaks Sector 7 Laser Arena or spend a day exploring the exclusive designer shopping outlet.

For those who enjoy the outdoors, The Meadows is a stretch of natural green space on the banks of the River Dee in Chester, which offers picturesque views of the town hall, the cathedral and the water, along with an abundance of wildlife to be admired. Just across the river is the Grade II registered Grosvenor Park, a 10 minute drive from Bluestone Meadow and neighbouring St. John’s Church and ruins. One of the finest examples of Victorian Parks in the UK, this spectacular green space features ornamental flower beds, historical statues, Billy Hobby’s mythical well and lines of vibrant lime trees. During the summer months, live music can be heard from the park’s attractive band stand, while an impressive open air theatre plays host to award-winning performances on various dates between July and August.

Nearby Wrexham is well worth a visit, with attractive Tudor-style buildings lining the town centre, along with the stunning architecture of the local parishes and stately homes. The Wrexham County Borough Museum is an excellent starting point to discover the local history of the town and its surrounding areas. Set in the landmark County Building of Wrexham, the welcoming museum presents seasonal galleries, touring exhibitions and children’s activities, along with a quaint on-site café. The Parish Church of St Giles is thought to be the finest ecclesiastical building in Wales and is famously the burial site of Elihu Yale, founder of the world-renowned Yale University. The church presents a magnificent interior with intricate statues, artwork and stained glass, along with breath-taking views from the majestic 16th century tower, which is one of The Seven Wonders of Wales.

Active residents will benefit from the close proximity of several state-of-the-art leisure centres, with provisions for everything from traditional gym classes to team competitive sport and ice-skating. Deeside Leisure Centre is less than a 10 minute drive from Bluestone Meadow and has been named the national centre for ice sports in Wales, boasting an extensive ice rink, an Olympic-sized inline hockey rink, badminton courts and squash courts. The Centre additionally boasts a High Ropes Skytrail, climbing facilities and even a swimming pool, with activities to suit many ages and abilities. Buckley Leisure Centre is just over a 10 minute drive from home and houses a 25 metre swimming pool, a large turf pitch, 4-court sports hall, weight training room, squash courts and a large turf pitch, while the impressive Braventis Gym is also nearby and provides an extensive range of state-of-the-art fitness equipment.

 

Shopping

Broughton presents a good selection of local amenities, high-street stores and a handful of independent retailers. Residents of Bluestone Meadow will find the popular Broughton Shopping Park a short walk away, which boasts an extensive collection of high street stores, ideal for every day shopping, along with a number of family-friendly eateries and a state-of-the-art cinema.

Slightly further afield, there is an abundance of shopping opportunities in nearby Chester and also Cheshire Oaks in Ellesmere Port, the UK’s largest outlet shopping destination. This luxury, purpose-built shopping park attracts visitors from all over the country looking to browse the quarter-million square feet of specialist boutiques, pavement cafés and stylish restaurants.

Wrexham town centre is a 15 minute drive from the development, with several comprehensive retail parks including Plas Coch, Island Green and Central all offering popular brand names in relaxed surrounds, with ample parking facilities and a handful of casual eateries. Wrexham markets have been held in the area for over a century, with more than one hundred stalls across three indoor markets all accessible within walking distance of the town centre. The open air Monday Market is held weekly at Queens Square and presents an impressive selection of groceries, household goods and craft supplies.

 

Eating and drinking

These new homes in Broughton enjoy close proximity to a number of family-friendly eateries, including the good selection of popular restaurants which surround Broughton Shopping Park, just a short walk from home.

The Hawarden Estate Farm Shop Café can also be reached within walking distance of the development and is open daily, serving hearty breakfasts, light lunches and homemade pastries and cakes. Organic local produce is of utmost importance in this charming café, which hosts community barbecues in the summer months and is home to abundant pick-your-own fruit orchards.

Within one mile of home is the Offas Dyke Hotel, which benefits from a traditional pub-style restaurant with an impressive menu of hearty favourites and samples of international cuisine. Complete with an extensive wine list, a great range of draught beers and even Cask Marque accredited real ales, this well-loved venue is perfect for a relaxed social gathering.

Nearby Wrexham enjoys a varied restaurant circuit with a range of highly-regarded drinking and dining venues to suit any occasion. Croes Howell is an elegant dining venue which is heavily influenced by its countryside surrounds, with stunning views of the rural landscape and an intricate menu featuring seasonal local ingredients. This stylish restaurant takes pride in the quality and integrity of its dining experience, presenting an open-kitchen for diners to watch the talented chefs at work. At just a 10 minute drive from home, Croes Howell promises a memorable evening of the finest home-cooked cuisine.

Formerly a Roman fortress, the neighbouring city of Chester boasts an extraordinary range of unique eateries within a short distance of the development. In keeping with the period feel of the surrounding market towns, both Edwardian and Victorian style restaurants feature heavily in Chester, harmonising well with the more cosmopolitan cuisines on offer, with Italian, Indian and South African amongst them.

The prestigious Simon Radley restaurant at The Chester Grosvenor hotel boasts a coveted Michelin Star and four AA rosettes among its numerous recognitions. This gourmet restaurant offers unique seasonal dishes of exquisite quality, accompanied by fine wine expertly paired by a resident sommelier. A favourite amongst locals and residents alike is the prestigious Upstairs At The Grill restaurant, nestled in the heart of Chester. This split-level Manhattan-style venue encourages guests to sample their selection of locally-sourced dry aged beef, upon the advice of knowledgeable and passionate waiting staff, while perusing the extensive wine and cocktail list served from the stylish speakeasy-style bar.

 

Education

Both growing and mature families will find Bluestone Meadow to be a desirable location, with a number of well-regarded schools in the close surrounding area.

Younger children will benefit from close proximity to Broughton Primary School, under a mile from the development, while Doddleston Church of England Primary School and Derwen Foundation School can be reached within a seven minute drive.

Students over 11 years are served by the Hawarden High School within a six minute drive of home, which is highly-rated as an award-winning higher education establishment and also has provisions for Sixth Form pupils.

Those pursuing further study will benefit from close proximity to both the University of Chester, at just over a 10 minute drive away, and the esteemed University of Liverpool, approximately 40 minutes away by car.

 

Transport

Ideally situated for commuters, these new homes in Flintshire enjoy excellent local and regional transport connections.

The A55 North Wales Expressway slip road is just 0.5 miles away with links to the M53 and M56. Wrexham can be reached in just over 15 minutes via the A483, while Chester is approximately 12 minutes away. The iconic city of Liverpool is around 35 minutes drive from home, via the North Wales Expressway and the M53.

Public transport in the area is good, with a regular bus services from Mold to Chester, stopping close to the entrance of the development. Travel by train is served by Hawarden station (a five minute drive away) with frequent links to Wrexham and Bidston.

For those requiring international travel, Liverpool John Lennon airport is approximately 35 minutes away by car.

 

Guidance

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, Transport for London and National Rail.

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