5 bedroom properties
Queens Drive, Nantwich, Cheshire
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More information about Malbank Waters...
At Malbank Waters, you'll see a beautiful, riverside development of two, three, four and five bed homes. We've already helped over 130 lovely couples and families settle in here, with only 4 homes left to sell. There's some great schools nearby, and it's just over 15 minutes from the M6. It's just a 10 minute walk from the High Street too, where you'll find a fantastic choice of cafes, bars and restaurants. There is a host of shopping facilities in Nantwich with local convenience stores, and a Post Office within a mile of the development. You can take a stroll through the atmospheric streets and visit bijoux boutiques, antiques dealers and contemporary craft shops as well as traditional food shops and the Market which is help on the last Saturday on every month.
Nantwich swimming pool offers a good range of facilities- a fitness suite, swimming pool and the outdoor Brine Pool used in the summer months. Fitness classes include Yoga, Bodytone, Cardio combat, Metafit and many more. Marbury Country park and Budworth Mere are both nearby for those that love the outdoors, with a range of beautiful wildlife and woodland walks to be enjoyed.Nantwich has it's own train station located 1.2miles from Queen's Drive and can be accessed by the pedestrian bridge that runs over the River Weaver. The station connects directly to Shrewsbury as well as to the West Coast mainline at Crewe. Regular bus services run throughout Nantwich and to the nearby towns of Chester, Tiverton, Tarporley and Whitchurch.
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