This exciting new development is situated in the most convenient location just over half mile from the centre of Nantwich itself meaning your local shops and services are within easy reach. The development will have fantastic views over open countryside. The town offers excellent local amenities with schools, health facilities, shops, leisure and sports all readily available, ensuring all your day to day needs are met.
The development offers a complete range of quality homes carefully designed to suit the needs of everyone from first time buyers and those moving up the property ladder, to growing families and buyers simply requiring more space.
So if you're looking for a stylish new home in a local community with lots to offer, your search ends here.
Getting around Just 20 miles south of Chester and five miles south west of Crewe, Nantwich is served by four major trunk roads, one of which the A500 leading directly to Junction 16 of the M6, about ten miles away. Manchester is just 36 miles via the M6 and Birmingham 60 miles south. Trains from Nantwich railway station run to Manchester and Birmingham as well as Shrewsbury and Crewe. For air travel Manchester airport is about 33 miles and the John Lennon Airport at Liverpool approximately 37.
A trip to the shops
Nantwich's attractive town centre with its timbered listed buildings offers a great range of shops with leading brands as well as smaller independents including bookshops, antiques, a post office, fashion, florists and charity outlets. The town also has an M&S Simply Food store, a Sainsburys, Morrisons, and Co-op supermarkets. The popular Nantwich indoor and outdoor markets date back to 1500 and the popular Farmer's Market held monthly. Crewe's Market Shopping Centre is within easy reach, or go city shopping at Manchester's Arndale Centre with its 240 stores. Chester is another popular shopping destination known for quality stores and its Grosvenor Shopping centre.
Taking time out
Nantwich, a Roman salt making settlement, has the largest collection of historic buildings in the county after Chester including the grade 1 listed 14th Century St Mary's Church. You can discover the town's full fascinating history at Nantwich Museum. This vibrant community is bursting with clubs, societies and sports for all ages and tastes. You can explore the banks of the River Weaver, Nantwich Lake and the Shropshire Union Canal with a three mile circular walk, or try out the Nantwich outdoor brine pool. The nearby Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker is now a museum and for walkers the Derbyshire Peak District is only 30 miles away.
Nantwich has a number of primary schools, the nearest being Millfields Primary School, just half a mile away. There's also Saint Anne's Catholic Primary and Wyche Primary. For senior pupils Malbank School and Sixth Form College is only a mile away and Brine Leas School is the area's largest sixth form facility. Reaseheath College offers degree, further and higher education courses.
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