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Lathom Pastures is a development of new homes just 3.5 miles from Ormskirk town centre, which enjoys a wealth of entertainment within close proximity, along with excellent local transport links.

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Lathom Pastures

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This elegant development of new 3 and 4-bedroom homes in Lathom, boasts a highly-desirable location just 3.5 miles from Ormskirk town centre, and benefits from excellent transport links to a wide range of leisure attractions.

With traditional, two-storey family housing in a range of 3 and 4-bedroom house styles, this appealing new development is sure to attract a wide audience of buyers. These well-appointed, detached homes are built to an impressive specification, with a contemporary fitted kitchen, quality Roca sanitaryware, an en-suite to the master bedroom, and turf or landscaping to the front gardens of all plots.

Residents of all ages will delight in the abundance of leisure attractions within close proximity, with everything from Ormskirk’s Chapel Gallery showcasing a collection of enlightening artwork, to the National Trust’s Rufford Old Hall, one of Lancashire’s finest Tudor buildings.

Burscough Wharf is an award-winning arts, leisure and retail centre located just five miles from Lathom Pastures. This innovative leisure park is centred around the creative industries and imaginative cuisine, hosting many outside events, food festivals and family-orientated entertainment.

Residents of Lathom Pastures will be well-placed to explore Lancashire’s rolling countryside, with dozens of picturesque walking and cycling routes to suit adventurers of all abilities. The beautiful Coronation Park is just over a 10-minute drive from home and presents formal, landscaped gardens, a bowling green, duck pond, children’s play area and ornate bandstand, all contained within 20 acres of green space.

Commuters will benefit from the area’s excellent transport links, with a well-connected motorway network and good public transport options. Lathom Pastures lies just two miles from the M58 motorway, which provides a route into Liverpool in less than 40 minutes, while junction 26 of the major M6 motorway is just 6.3 miles away.

Travel by train is provided by Ormskirk Station, 3.4 miles away, with regular services to Liverpool (30 minutes) and Preston (32 minutes). Alternatively, Hoscar Train Station is around four miles away with direct routes to Southport (23 minutes), Manchester Victoria (58 minutes) and Wigan (15 minutes).

To find out more about these new homes in Lathom, call one of our sales advisors on 0151 486 2900.

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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:

A570 2.1 miles / 4 minutes

M58 2.2 miles / 5 minutes

M6 6.3 miles / 11 minutes

Liverpool city centre 16.3 miles / 37 minutes

St. Helens9.7 miles / 19 minutes

Ormskirk Train Station 3.4 miles / 12 minutes

Hoscar Station4.1 miles / 9 minutes

 

Welcome to Lathom

The historical village of Lathom lies just a short distance from the market town of Ormskirk, in the district of West Lancashire.

 

Leisure

Just 3.5 miles from Lathom Pastures, the pretty town of Ormskirk is proud of its long-standing history which can be admired with a visit to the 12th Century Ormskirk Parish Church. A striking and unusual structure, the church of St. Peter and St. Paul is one of only three churches in the country which was built with both a steeple and a spire. Fascinating guided tours of the church are regularly held, where visitors are able to view beautiful examples of Saxon, Celtic and Norman architectural influences.

Ormskirk Chapel Gallery is another popular site to visit in the town, which boasts an extensive public art gallery with regularly changing displays. Family events are held in the large exhibition space with plenty of activities for children, while the quaint café and contemporary craft shop can keep parents entertained.

Just beyond the town centre, residents will find the picturesque Coronation Park, which spans 20 acres of public green space to be explored. Seasonal events are held throughout the year, including free live music performances at the park’s ornate bandstand, during the summer months. The natural beauty of Coronation Park is an excellent introduction to Lancashire’s vast rolling countryside, which is dotted with numerous walking and cycling routes, boasting wonderful views of Ormskirk and beyond.

Within a short drive of Lathom Pastures, residents can delve further into the area’s local heritage, with a trip to the National Trust’s Rufford Old Hall. One of Lancashire’s finest Tudor buildings, this fascinating site is home to over 500 years of Hesketh family history, which can be seen in the centuries of portraits, antique furniture and even suits of armour, collected over the years. Literature enthusiasts will be interested to learn that Shakespeare is rumoured to have spent a period of his youth in this fantastic dwelling, likely exploring Rufford’s formal grounds, which feature Victorian and Edwardian styled gardens, an orchard, topiary and woodland walk.

Residents will never tire of family days out, with dozens of attractions for children to enjoy. Farmer Ted’s Adventure Farm is a fantastic attraction for toddlers through to teenagers, with a farmyard petting zoo, reptile enclosure, archery targets, an adventure maze, birds of prey displays and even a mini theatre.

For a day out with a difference, Ormskirk’s annual Motorfest attracts thousands of visitors every year and promises a spectacular show of super cars, classics and motorcycles. The event is free to attend, and held on every August Bank Holiday, with the highlight being the impressive afternoon parade, showcasing some of the world’s best cars at the heart of the town centre.

 

Shopping

Nearby Ormskirk benefits from good local amenities and nearby shopping facilities, including a range of high street and independent stores and large supermarkets, as well as a vibrant, open-air market.

First held in 1286, Ormskirk’s historic market takes place twice weekly and presents around 100 stalls. Located at the heart of the town centre, this bustling market offers a variety of fresh local produce, including organic meats, homemade bread and locally-grown fruits and vegetables. Shoppers will also find a host of stalls displaying clothing, flowers, furniture and artisan gifts.

For a full day of retail therapy, residents will delight in the close proximity of Liverpool’s vibrant shopping scene. With exclusive retail outlets, modern department stores and bohemian street markets, Liverpool is well known as a prestigious and eclectic shopping destination. Cavern Walks, Met Quarter and Bold Street are all popular with shoppers, while the city’s premier retail hub, Liverpool ONE, boasts a range of high-street and designer boutiques alongside excellent quality restaurants and cafés.

 

Eating and drinking

The village of Lathom enjoys close proximity a number of family restaurants, cafés and gastro pubs, many of which are within walking distance of Ormskirk’s compact town centre.

Dating back more than 400 years, Lathom’s Plough Inn is just 1.4 miles from the development, with a menu of locally-sourced produce in generous portions, alongside a well-stocked bar of cask ales, guest beers and premium wines. The Ship is another traditional British pub close to home, which is committed to using premium local specialist suppliers and preparing an excellent range of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free meals.

In nearby Ormskirk, a thriving restaurant circuit ensures cuisines from all over the world can be sampled, with French and Italian influences of the Left Bank Brassiere, off-set by the exotic Portugese dishes of nearby Piri Piri. This family-run restaurant features a real charcoal grill and an extensive menu of fine wines, to deliver an authentic Portuguese dining experience in the heart of the town centre.

Special occasions can easily be catered for, with a number of award-winning eateries within close proximity. The Moor Hall is a 13th century, grade-II listed building in idyllic surrounds, boasting a beautiful restaurant, luxury rooms and a converted barn eatery. Following a multi-million-pound renovation, this stunning venue is headed by Michelin Star Chef, Mark Birchall who showcases his 15 years of expertise, often using ingredients grown in Moor Farm’s 5-acre of grounds.

 

Transport

Lathom Pastures is conveniently located just four miles from Ormskirk town centre, and benefits from excellent transport connections to surrounding towns and cities, including major commuter areas.

The development lies just two miles from the M58 motorway, which provides a route into Liverpool in less than 40 minutes, while St. Helens can be reached in under 20 minutes via the A570. The M6 motorway (Junction 26) is just 6.3 miles away, which connects Birmingham with Gretna, passing Stoke-on-Trent, Liverpool, Manchester, Preston, Lancaster and Carlisle on route.

Travel by train is provided by Ormskirk Station, 3.4 miles away, with regular services to Liverpool (30 minutes) and Preston (32 minutes). Alternatively, Hoscar Train Station is around four miles away with direct routes to Southport (23 minutes), Manchester Victoria (58 minutes) and Wigan (15 minutes).

 

Education

Families will benefit from Lathom Pasture’s close proximity to a good range of local schools.

Children of primary school age are served by two popular schools within a 15 minute walk, St. Richard’s Catholic Primary School and Brookfield Park Primary School, while Westhead Lathom St. James Church of England Primary School is just 1.5 miles from home.).

Maharishi School has provisions for both primary and secondary education, at approximately five minutes from Lathom Pastures by car. Residents will find West Lancashire Community High School within a short walking distance, while Lathom High School is around 1.5 miles from home.

Alternatively, Our Lady Queen of Peace Engineering College is a highly-rated institution, less than two miles from Lathom Pastures.

Those who wish to pursue further education, will find West Lancashire College under a 10-minute drive from Lathom Pastures and the prestigious Edge Hill University, less than three miles away.

 

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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