Popular development – selling quickly
Waterways 1831 is a development of new 3 and 4-bedroom homes in Macclesfield, situated to the west of the Peak District, and within commuting distance of Manchester. The properties will appeal to families and first-time-buyers who wish to benefit from the many amenities this popular market town has to offer.
3 and 4-bedroom homes
Garages, or allocated parking to all properties
Shopping, dining and leisure amenities nearby
Five minutes’ drive from Macclesfield town centre
Around 20 miles from Manchester city centre
Prices from £264,9953 bedroom semi-detached home Fitted kitchen Zanussi stainless steel chimney hood
Prices to be confirmed3 bedroom semi-detached home Open-plan kitchen and dining area Stainless steel fan oven
Prices to be confirmed3 bedroom detached home Open-plan kitchen and dining area Stainless steel fan oven
Prices to be confirmed4 bedroom semi-detached home Fitted units to kitchen Stainless steel single fan oven
Gunco Lane, Macclesfield, SK11 7JL
Monday 10:00 – 17:00
Thursday 10:00 – 19:00
Friday 10:00 – 17:00
Saturday 11:00 – 17:00
Sunday 11:00 – 17:00
Macclesfield lies south of Manchester, in the county of Cheshire. Waterways 1831 is situated about a minutes’ drive from the A523.
Macclesfield is home to a vast number of high-street and independent retailers, and the Grosvenor Shopping Centre which incorporates an assortment of brand-name stores. Lyme Green Retail Park is a 4-minute drive from the development, and there are also several supermarkets within the town, the nearest of which is a six-minute drive from Waterways 1831.
For dining out, Macclesfield offers a wide range of excellent local pubs, wine bars, restaurants and cafés. The town centre benefits from many well-regarded restaurants, from independents to chains, serving a variety of cuisines including British, Chinese, Indian, Italian, Greek, Spanish and Thai. The Salt Bar specialises in Scandinavian style food, using locally sourced ingredients, alongside wines and regional ales.
Residents of these new homes in Macclesfield are also well-placed to take advantage of the many dining options that Manchester has to offer, including coffee shops, pubs and wine bars, as well as a vast selection of restaurants. Manchester also presents multiple shopping opportunities, including the popular Arndale Centre and Trafford Centre malls, each hosting over 200 stores in addition to a broad variety of casual eateries.
Macclesfield presents several recreational facilities, including a cinema and a leisure centre, the latter of which has a range of sports facilities including a gym, sports hall, and an athletics track. It also boasts an independent cinema: Cinemac, based in the town’s beautiful Heritage centre, shows a selection of commercial and arthouse films. For golf fans, Macclesfield Golf Club has an 18-hole course, around half a mile away from Waterways 1831. While football fans may benefit from nearby Macclesfield Town Football Club, whose grounds frequently hold football matches, including National League games, as well as several community events throughout the year.
For family entertainment, Superbowl UK Macclesfield is less than a 5-minute drive from the development and includes a ten-pin bowling alley, a laser quest and a children’s play centre.
Situated under three miles away from the Peak District National Park, Waterways 1831 is ideally placed for outdoor and countryside pursuits including walking, cycling and hiking, with popular trails such as the Pennine Way. Further afield, Manchester offers a wealth of cultural, leisure and entertainment facilities, including Manchester Cathedral, Manchester Art Gallery, and the National Football Museum.
Residents with children will benefit from close proximity to several well-regarded schools within the town. For families with young children, Parkroyal Community and Puss Bank primary schools are around five minutes’ drive from Waterways 1831. There are also several high schools in Macclesfield, including The Macclesfield Academy, All Hallows Catholic College and Tytherington School, each of which is less than ten minutes’ drive from the development.
For independent schools, The King's School dates back to the 1500s and serves children age 3-18. The school offers a wealth of sports, recreational and multimedia facilities and is around an eight-minute drive from the development.
For older students, Macclesfield College offers a range of higher national and foundation degrees, and is only a 7-minute drive away, while the University of Manchester is less than 20 miles from Waterways 1831.
These new homes in Macclesfield benefit from ease of access to local A-roads, for example, the A523 provides a connection to Manchester, which is one hours’ drive from the development.
For local train services, Macclesfield station is five minutes’ drive from Waterways and offers regular services to destinations such as London, Coventry and Manchester.
For air travel, Manchester airport is around 35 minutes’ drive, or less than 13 miles away from the development and serves a wide selection of international destinations.
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