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Cotton Meadows at Crompton Village

Bolton, Lancashire

Prices from £177,995

Located in the town of Bolton, Cotton Meadows at Crompton Village is a contemporary development of 3 and 4-bedroom semi-detached and detached homes. Ideally situated within reach of Bolton’s many shopping, leisure and transport amenities, the development is designed to appeal to couples, families and commuters.

Sales centre opening hours

Monday 10:00 – 17:00

Tuesday Closed

Wednesday Closed

Thursday 10:00 – 19:00

Friday 10:00 – 17:00

Saturday 11:00 – 17:00

Sunday 11:00 – 17:00

Development features

3 and 4-bedroom homes

Garages, or allocated parking to all properties

Well-regarded schools in the local area

A short drive from Bolton town centre

Close to major transport links for the region

Homes available at Cotton Meadows at Crompton Village

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Crompton Way, Bolton, BL1 8UF

Sales office opening hours

Monday 10:00 – 17:00

Tuesday Closed

Wednesday Closed

Thursday 10:00 – 19:00

Friday 10:00 – 17:00

Saturday 11:00 – 17:00

Sunday 11:00 – 17:00

Sales office contact

01204 777 654

Siteplan of Cotton Meadows at Crompton Village

The site plan is drawn to show the relative position of individual properties, NOT TO SCALE. This is a two dimensional drawing and will not show land contours and gradients, boundary treatments, landscaping or local authority street lighting. Footpaths subject to change. For details of individual properties and availability please refer to our Sales Advisor.

Bolton enjoys excellent transport connections. The A58 links the town with Bury and Wigan, while the A666, which leads to Blackburn, connects with the M65, the M61 and the M60.

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The local area


There are a number of well-regarded primary and secondary schools located near these new homes in Bolton, including The Valley Community Primary, St Paul’s CE Primary and St Columba’s RC Primary schools.

For older children, secondary schools include Cannon Slade CE School, Thornleigh Salesian College and Sharples School. An extensive study programme is offered by Bolton Sixth Form College, while Bolton College and Bolton University both offer a variety of further and higher education courses.


Cotton Meadows benefits from several local shops in the immediate vicinity and an abundance of independent retailers and high-street names in Bolton town centre, just six minutes’ drive from the development.

Crompton Place Shopping Centre features more than 45 stores, while Market Place Shopping Centre boasts around 70 retailers and places to eat. Plans for the future of Market Place include a restaurant complex within the site’s Victorian basement vaults and a nine-screen cinema.

With more than 200 stalls, Bolton’s redeveloped indoor and outdoor market is held four times a week and is just nine minutes’ drive from Cotton Meadows in the centre of town. It offers everything from food to fashion, including locally sourced meat and cheese, cookery demonstrations and food tastings. The market has a growing reputation for the quality of its food and has won a number of awards in the past few years.

Slightly further afield, Middlebrook Retail and Leisure Park offers visitors the chance to combine shopping and recreation, with a bowling alley, 12-screen cinema, cafés, restaurants and a sports complex, in addition to well-known retail outlets. Middlebrook is also home to the Macron Stadium, the base of Bolton Wanderers Football Club.


Bolton Arena is situated adjacent to the Macron Stadium at Middlebrook Retail and Leisure Park, and caters for a variety of sports. Or for a more relaxed take on fitness, head for the West Pennine Moors and watch the industrial landscape give way to a bucolic vision of hills, woodland, valleys and streams.

Smithills Hall and Country Park is around 10 minutes’ drive from these new homes in Bolton, on the edge of the moors. The manor house is one of the oldest in the north west, with parts dating from the 15th century, and the park stretches across 2,000 acres. Rivington Pike with its sandstone tower is just 20 minutes’ drive from Cotton Meadows. A local landmark, it affords spectacular views of the surrounding area and even as far as the Isle of Man.

Back in Bolton, there’s a wealth of restaurants and wine bars to try, offering a variety of cuisine from around the world. Head to the Albert Halls on Victoria Square for live music, comedy and dance performances; for drama, try Bolton Little Theatre or the Octagon, or for local history, family events, exhibitions and art, take a trip to Bolton Museum.


Major roads near these new homes in Bolton include the A58, A666, M61, M65 and M60, giving easy access to Manchester, Bury, Wigan, Preston and Blackburn.

Cotton Meadows is also well served by public transport with bus services from Bolton to surrounding towns and villages, including Bury, Eccles, Stockport, Rochdale, Salford and Manchester. For rail travellers, Hall i’ th’ Wood Railway Station lies seven minutes’ walk from the development, with regular services into Manchester Victoria (22 minutes), Blackburn (30 minutes) and Clitheroe (57 minutes).

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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: Good Maps, The AA, Transport for London and National Rail.