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A charming development of traditional new homes in Warrington, close to well-regarded local schools, and with excellent commuter links to cities such as Liverpool and Manchester. Located in the picturesque county of Cheshire, the town of Warrington enjoys appealing local attractions and a rich historical past.
Traditional new homes
Well-regarded schools nearby
Excellent commuter links
Located in the picturesque county of Cheshire
Good shopping facilities
Prices from £211,9953 bedroom semi-detached home Open-plan kitchen and dining area Quality contemporary kitchen
Prices from £249,9953 bedroom detached home Open-plan kitchen and dining area Zanussi stainless steel oven, hob, hood
Prices from £261,9953 bedroom detached home Contemporary fitted kitchen Zanussi stainless steel oven, hob, hood
Prices from £327,9954 bedroom detached home Open-plan kitchen and dining area Zanussi stainless steel oven and gas hob
Prices from £330,9954 bedroom detached home Open-plan kitchen and dining area Contemporary fitted kitchen
Prices to be confirmed3 bedroom semi-detached home Contemporary fitted kitchen Zanussi stainless steel oven, hob & hood
Prices to be confirmed4 bedroom detached home Four double bedrooms En suite to master bedroom
Prices to be confirmed5 bedroom detached home Open-plan kitchen and dining area Built-in AEG stainless steel double fan oven
Liverpool Road, Great Sankey, Warrington, WA5 3LW
Open five days a week. 10:00am - 5:00pm Monday and Friday , 10:00am - 7:00pm on Thursday, 11:00am-5:00pm on Saturday and Sunday. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday.
Primrose Meadow is located on Liverpool Road, Warrington, on the banks of the River Mersey, within the charming county of Cheshire.
Warrington’s rich heritage is well-presented at the town’s Museum and Art Gallery, which houses over 200,000 artefacts, objects and exhibitions, covering everything from social history and archaeology to fine art and natural science. Opened in 1857, this is one of the country’s oldest museums and is worth a visit to explore the quintessential character of the building itself, not to mention the fascinating, interactive activites.
Families are well-placed to take a trip to Gulliver’s World Theme Park, just a 10-minute drive from Primrose Meadow. This impressive amusement park boasts over 80 rides, activities and shows to enjoy, including play areas, fossil digs, tractor driving and climbing walls. Events are also held regularly throughout the year, while Splash Zone and Nerf Zone are the park’s indoor attractions, ensuring visitors are entertained whatever the weather.
History enthusiasts may also enjoy a trip to the Elizabethan Walton Hall and its award-winning gardens, which are open to the public throughout the year. Today, there are bountiful attractions to explore, including formal gardens, ornamental ponds, a children’s zoo and golf course. On-site activities include a pitch ‘n’ putt, pottery making, trampolining or simply relaxing over a home-baked cake in the pleasant Heritage Café.
The town centre presents a range of shops, boutiques and services across its high street, with the main shopping areas located on Buttermarket Street, Horse Market Street, Sankey Street, Bridge Street and Market Gate. Retail Parks are also plentiful in the town including Alban Retail Park, Pinners Brow Retail Park and Riverside Retail Park.
Residents of these new homes in Cheshire are well-placed to take advantage of Warrington’s very own market, with over 200 stalls offering a range of affordable gifts, clothing, and homewares. Fresh, local produce is a long-established favourite at this bustling market, with suppliers of top quality meat, fish, fruit and vegetables selling six days a week.
The Golden Square centre is an eclectic shopping hub, with major high street stores alongside family-run, independent businesses. Boasting an excellent selection of over 130 outlets, convenient parking facilities and a range of eateries, from casual cafés to Italian restaurants, shoppers can make the most of this extensive shopping experience.
Residents of Primrose Meadow are also set to benefit from the £107m regeneration of Bridge Street, which is due to incorporate a state-of-the-art, 10 screen multiplex cinema. The scheme will also include several restaurants, a new £10m market hall, a new civic square and a multi-storey car park.
Travel connections in the area are excellent, and commuters will benefit from Warrington’s convenient road, rail and public transport links. Warrington town centre is just three over miles from the development, and can be reached in around 10 minutes by car, via the A57.
Primrose Meadow is situated just three miles from the major M62 motorway, allowing onward travel to Liverpool in 14 miles, and Manchester in around 22 miles. The M6 motorway is just over 10 minutes from the development, providing a route into Crewe in an hour and to Preston in around 45 minutes.
Those travelling by train are served by the Sankey for Penketh Station, just over one mile from the development, which provides direct and frequent services to Warrington in five minutes, Liverpool in around 20 minutes and Manchester in half an hour.
International travel is provided by the Liverpool John Lennon Airport, just 25 minutes away via the A562, or Manchester Airport, which is 30 minutes away via the M56.
Younger residents will benefit from the many well-regarded schools in the area, covering infant through to higher education.
The esteemed Park Road Community Primary School is just one mile from the development, along with Penketh Community Primary School which can also be reached in one mile. Great Sankey Primary School, St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School and Barrow Hall Community Primary School, are all around 10 minutes from the development by car and serve students 11 and under.
There are several popular high schools within close proximity, including the well-rated Great Sankey High School at just one mile from Primrose Meadow. Priestley College in Warrington also serves post-16s, and boasts a fantastic reputation in the area for the quality of its courses and unrivalled facilities, such as the impressive £1.5million technology centre.
Those pursuing further study may consider the multi-award-winning University of Liverpool, just a 30 minute drive away, while the prestigious University of Manchester is the largest single-site university in the UK, and can be reached in around 45 m
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