Enjoying an enviable location, surrounded by rolling Cheshire countryside and close to the Peak District, Weaver Green is within easy reach of areas of outstanding natural beauty. Outdoor enthusiasts will delight in the development's close proximity to renowned cycle paths, walking routes and open water with Redesmere's beautiful 25-acre lake less than 10 minutes away. There is also the famous Cheshire Cycleway, taking in more than 170 miles of the region's finest scenery fertile fields and serene canals passing through the village and connecting users to other local towns and attractions.
For indoor pursuits, the iconic Shrigley Hall Hotel and Spa is close by and has recently undergone a beautiful refurbishment. Situated in a listed Georgian building, the spa facilities include a swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, gymnasium and outdoor hydro pool.
History fans may enjoy a visit to Henbury Hall, less than a mile away from the development. Recognised as one of Britain's most extraordinary houses, it is an exquisite neo-Classical building, surrounded by undulating gardens and two lakes, it opens once a year for villagers to enjoy its landscaping and colourful floral displays. Steeped in folklore, the Edge at Alderley Edge is a beauty spot and part of a National Trust woodland walk which never fails to impress with its dramatic landscape, natural beauty and spectacular views over the Cheshire plain towards Manchester city centre in one direction and the Peak District in another. Slightly further afield, there are also the famous country estates of Chatsworth, Gawsworth and Capesthorne, with their year-round programmes of events, open-air theatre and festivals.
From National Trust sites and open green space to evening entertainment, the beautiful market town of Macclesfield is ideally situated for a variety of leisure activities. Outdoor pursuits can be enjoyed aplenty within the idyllic Macclesfield Forest, while in the heart of the town, only around two-and-a-half miles away from the development, there’s the quirky Silk Museum - dedicated to the town's industrial heritage - as well as The Old Sunday School Heritage Centre, and the MADS Theatre, for cultural pursuits.
The wider area as a whole, which is on the edge of the Peak District, has a wonderful range of parks, including Tegg’s Nose Country Park, Danes Moss Nature Reserve, and Alderley Edge National Trust site, each of which is less than a 15-minute drive away.