Marbury Meadows is a carefully designed development of just 65 plots of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes. Ideally located on the outskirts of the picturesque Cheshire village of Wrenbury that sits beside the River Weaver and close to the scenic Shropshire Union Canal. Wrenbury is quintessentially English, with historic black and white cottages and the 16th century St Margaret's Church overlooking the pretty village green. There's a primary school, a post office and general stores, a doctors' surgery, village hall and a great range of sports facilities at the recreation ground and pavilion. A balanced living of a charming village with excellent commuter links both locally and nationally.
A taste of local life
Wrenbury situated in East Cheshire enjoys being part of some the UK's best kept lawns and borders and an endless list of beautiful scenery and walks to experience. Cheshire is known for having a number of quaint market towns of which many are within close proximity of Wrenbury. With a rich legacy of historic buildings protected through conservation areas, outstanding schools and high quality retail, Cheshire is a fine place to live.
A trip to the shops
Wrenbury village has its own grocer, newsagent, post office and off licence. Nantwich around 6 miles away serves everyday supermarket needs as well as a wealth of specialist shops and restaurants. For city shopping Chester is around 20 miles with The Grosvenor Shopping Centre having more than 60 stores including national retailers. Nearby unique independent shops and indoor markets with more than 50 stalls at the two tiered galleried Rows.
Wrenbury has many sports facilities with a bowling green, tennis courts, football pitches, multi-use games area and a pavilion. Local clubs for all ages are run at the village hall and for youngsters there is a well-equipped playground. The two village pubs are both near the Shropshire Union Canal, a peaceful waterway with three, Grade II listed bridges. The Cheshire Cycleway also passes through Wrenbury and for walkers the South Cheshire Way is close by as is the River Weaver. You can see national performers and productions at Crewe's Lyceum Theatre, or latest blockbuster films at Crewe's Odeon Cinema. For water lovers you can take the plunge at Whitchurch Swimming Centre's 25 metre pool.
Wrenbury Primary School caters for pupils aged from 4 to 10 years dating back to 1876 and its original building is Grade II listed. For senior pupils there is the Brine Leas School at Nantwich, an Academy comprehensive taking pupils 11 to 18, as does Malbank School and sixth Form College also in Nantwich. South Cheshire College at Crewe offers a range of courses and qualifications for students over 16, adults, apprentices and professionals.
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