Sandhurst Gardens, Chorley
Pilling Lane, Chorley, Lancashire, PR7 3EQ
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Just like the all of our New Heritage Collection homes, Sandhurst Gardens has been carefully designed to complement and complete your quality of life. Our New Heritage Collection is designed to evoke old world charm, combining traditional architecture with beautiful craftsmanship to create only the very best homes. But that doesn’t mean our New Heritage Collection is old fashioned. With airy open plan living spaces and an emphasis on family-friendly living, we are committed to providing you with a new home for life. And if you are house hunting in Chorley, our Sandhurst Gardens development may just have that perfect property.
Showcasing stunning 3 and 4 bedroom homes, Sandhurst Gardens appeals to both families and professionals. Whether you are looking for a place to settle down or are just starting out, Sandhurst Gardens offers everything you could possibly need. With great commuter links to Manchester, Preston and Blackpool, it is an ideal location for those who need to commute.
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EducationThere are approximately 150 schools in and around Chorley, some of them less than half a mile from the town centre. Primary school age children living Sandhurst Gardens are likely to attend either St George’s C of E Primary, or All Saints C of E Primary, which are both located nearby. The closest option for secondary education is Holy Cross Catholic High School, there are plenty of other options available.
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Holy Cross Catholic High
Myles Standish Way, Chorley, PR7 3LS
St. George's C of E Primary
Carr Lane, Chorley, PR7 3JU
All Saints C of E Primary
Moor Road, Chorley, PR7 2LR
Blackpool and The Flyde College
Fleetwood, FY7 8JZ
Flyde Road, Preston, PR1 2HE
TransportSandhurst Gardens benefits from a central location. It is on Pilling Lane and within half a mile of the busy market town of Chorley. Public transport in Chorley is excellent, with the bus and train stations right in the centre of town. From the new development it is easy to get to the M6 and the M61 motorways, which give access to the whole of Lancashire and the North West. Chorley is just off junction 8 of the M61 and a short drive from junction 27 of the M6. Chorley is on the Blackpool-Preston-Manchester rail line and it takes only 30 minutes to get to the centre of Manchester.
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Chorley Railway Station
Chapel Street, Chorley, PR7 1BS
Manchester, M90 1QX
LeisureWhen living at Sandhurst Gardens, we can guarantee that you will never be short of things to do. Right at the foot of the West Pennine Moors, Chorley has a history stretching back to the Bronze Age. The Heritage Trail goes past some of the town's best sights, and is an enjoyable way to while away an hour or two. Chorley Market is always worth a visit. It has been in existence since about 1498. Astley Park spreads over 43 hectares with parkland and ancient woods. A climb to the top of Rivington Pike will give amazing views of Rivington Reservoir. Cycle along the canal towpaths or hire a narrowboat. There is heritage and history in the churches, museums and ancient sacred sites. Blackpool has its thrilling theme parks and the area has some fascinating zoos.
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The Linkway, Mansel Way, Bolton, BL6 6JA
Dexbury Park Golf Course
Dexbury Hall Road, Chorley, PR7 4AT
Chorley Golf Club
Chorley Road, Chorley, PR6 9HX
All Seasons Leisure Centre
Water Street, Chorley, PR7 1EX
Chorley Cricket Club
Sandringham Road, Chorley, PR7 1LG
DiningYou are spoiled for choice when it comes to eating out. For a start there is the vast array of eateries in Liverpool and Manchester within easy reach. In Chorley itself there is a wide choice, with venues catering to the most cosmopolitan of tastes. You can enjoy Indian or Chinese, African, American, Asian, British, Caribbean, Cajun, Italian and Creole. And of course there are always the traditional little pubs and fish and chip shops, with the region being renowned for staple fare of this type.
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Cheapside, Chorley, PR7 2EX
Market Street, Chorley, PR7 2SG
Weldbank Lane, Chorley, PR7 3NN
The Leigh Arms & Station Hotel
Chapel Street, Chorley, PR7 1BS
Sir Henry Tate
New Market Street, Chorley, PR7 1DB
AmenitiesResidents of our new homes in Sandhurst Gardens can move in with confidence, knowing that all of the local amenities a family needs are easily accessible from the development. Chorley is well served for both doctors’ and dentists’ surgeries, with the nearest for our residents being Library House Surgery and St George’s Dental Pratice respectively. Chorley and South Ribble Hospital is also nearby on Preston Road in Chorley for any more serious incidents. Local shops include a Morrisons on Brooke Street, as well as the local Chorley Market.
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St. George's Dental Practice
St. George's Street, Chorley, PR7 2AA
Library House Surgery
Avondale Road, Chorley, PR7 2AD
Chorley and South Ribble Hospital
Preston Road, Chorley, PR7 1PP
ShoppingThe whole county has range of shops to cater to every budget. The historic farmers' market sells local produce and speciality foods. There are covered Victorian stalls, mill shops and factory outlets. The best place to shop is probably the city of Preston. There you find the well-known department stores and the usual high street outlets and also specialist independent boutiques for that unique gift. If you like speciality shops, then Botany Bay would be a good place to start. It is based in a converted Victorian mill in Chorley and is a 'big brand' seller. It is just off Junction 8 of the M61, open 364 days a year and the parking is free. The nearby town of Fleetwood has over 45 big stores.
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Brooke Street, Chorley, PR7 3BE
Market Place, Chorley, PR7 1BH
Peel Avenue, Manchester, M17 8AA
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Our homes offer, on average, a 53% improvement in heat loss compared to homes built in the 70's and 35% over homes built just 10 years ago†
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† Research conducted by National Energy Services and commissioned by the New Homes Marketing Board.
* Research conducted by National Energy Services and commissioned by the New Homes Marketing Board.