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Buy a new home now in South Ribble, the UK's 'best place to live'

TV property expert Sarah Beeny has announced what Redrow home owners at The Hedgerows, Clayton-le-woods, already know: South Ribble is the best place to live in the UK!

For a one-off Channel 4 programme, which aired on February 21, Sarah looked at several factors, including average house prices, job opportunities, health and well-being, and everything from culture to transport and family life.

With the help of regional statistics expert Dr Alasdair Rae, she then compiled a list of the top 50 - and South Ribble, in Lancashire, came out on top.

Housing in the area was found to be within reach of most working couples; it also received a high rating for well-being, a friendly community, good schools and accessibility to nearby cities, including Manchester and Liverpool, as well as beautiful countryside on the doorstep.

Claire Jarvis, sales director for Redrow Homes (Lancashire), said: “We were watching the programme with anticipation and were delighted when South Ribble was named best in the UK. It came as no big surprise to us though as our customers at The Hedgerows frequently tell us what a great place it is to live.

“Our development of three and four-bedroom family homes is perfectly placed, within easy reach of both the popular market town of Leyland and the more extensive shopping and leisure facilities of Preston. It also enjoys excellent commuter connections with the M6 close by and easy access to the West Coast Mainline rail services.

“Best of all, The Hedgerows enjoys all of this without the hustle and bustle of living in town. It’s close to open Lancashire countryside and beauty spots including Cuerden Valley Park, between Clayton le Woods and Bamber Bridge, and Worden Park, in Leyland. There’s also a choice of good schools in the area.

“Quite simply, The Hedgerows – like South Ribble in general - offers a superb quality of life.”

Redrow currently has three-bedroom Ludlow semis available from £209,995 and three and four-bedroom detached homes from £234,995 to £321,995. All are from Redrow’s Arts & Crafts inspired Heritage Collection, which blends traditional looking architecture and period style features with bright, modern, family friendly interiors and must-have features such as fully fitted kitchens, top brand name appliances, en-suites and ground floor cloakrooms.

The Government backed Help to Buy initiative can reduce initial prices with a 20% equity loan, interest free for five years, and purchasers should only need a 5% deposit.

For more information visit the fully furnished show homes at The Hedgerows, off Wigan Road, open daily from 10am to 5.30pm, call 01772 394766 or log onto www.redrow.co.uk/thehedgerows.

Established in 1974, Redrow Homes is one of the UK’s leading house builders, with a £1.4 billion turnover and building more than 4,700 homes in 2015/16 financial year.

With a history spanning more than 40 years, Redrow has built a unique reputation for quality and prides itself on creating beautiful homes and communities across England and Wales that people love to live in.

Its housing collections feature designs to suit all lifestyles:

• The Heritage Collection combines traditional looking, ‘Arts & Crafts’ influenced exteriors with bright, modern, high specification interiors.

• The classically styled Regent Collection features Georgian inspired street scenes and architecture.

• Redrow’s brand of contemporary homes, Abode, boasts open plan layouts with streamlined kitchen, dining and lounge areas, high specification wet rooms and outdoor living space.

Redrow also creates exclusive bespoke developments in both rural and urban locations.

Redrow has been awarded numerous accolades including the ‘Best Large Housebuilder’ title twice in the last three years at the What House? Awards, Best House Design at the Sunday Times British Home Awards 2015 and the 2014 Building Awards Housebuilder of the Year. Redrow has also been named as one of the UK’s top 100 apprenticeship employers for the fourth consecutive year. Web: www.redrow.co.uk.