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£296,995 - £338,995
5 bedroom properties
Chancery Fields, Chorley, Lancashire
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More information about Chancery Fields...Chancery Fields – the perfect place to call home
Welcome to Chancery Fields in Chorley - our new collection of just 50 detached homes in a range of three, four and five bedroom rural house styles.
The development offers a fantastic semi-rural setting with the added bonus of excellent transport links.
- Choice of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom detached homes
- Sought-after edge-of-town location
- Excellent schooling nearby for children of all ages
- Easy access to M6 and M61 motorways
- Buckshaw Parkway train station within walking distance
- Convenient shopping and leisure facilities close by
- 2 year Persimmon Homes builders warranty
- 10 year NHBC warranty
Like much of Lancashire, Chorley's wealth came predominantly from the cotton industry, however it thrived as a major market town due to its central location to the four towns of Wigan (8.1 miles); Blackburn (10.8 miles); Bolton (11 miles) and Preston (12 miles). It’s also just 20 miles away from the cosmopolitan city of Manchester, with its wealth of shops, attractions and entertainment venues.
Nestled at the foot of the West Pennine Moors, the traditional market town of Chorley has a wealth of history dating back to the Bronze Age. Chorley’s hour-long Heritage Trail is well worth exploring as it passes some of the town’s highlights. You’ll discover Astley Park’s 43 hectares of parkland and ancient woods, and historic Chorley Market – famous for its local fresh produce since 1498. The town is a walker’s paradise as it’s surrounded by hills and beautiful scenery. If you walk up to Rivington Pikeat Lever Park you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking views of Rivington and Anglezarke Reservoirs, both of which are surrounded by moorland - perfect for outdoor explorers. Chorley Council are also undertakng a £17 million revamp of the town centre, which will see a cinema, new high street retailers and restaurants planned on Chorley's shopping streets.Plenty to do in the local area
Close to Chancery Fields you’ll find a range of leisure and tourist destinations including an Odeon cinema in nearby Preston, Astley Hall Museum and Art Gallery, and the Yarrow Valley Country Park. Persimmon Homes has also invested in the local Chorley Rugby Club with facilities to include a new clubhouse, grass and artificial grass pitches and car park.
Chancery Fields’ superb semi-rural setting and convenient location means it sure to be a winner with both first-time buyers and families looking for more space. With many schemes available including Part Exchange to get families on the move, and the hugely successful Government-backed Help to Buy, this development is sure to have a new home to suit you.
There’s a great choice of shopping facilities starting with Tesco and Asda superstores just minutes away for your weekly shop. Chorley town centre and famous markets are also close to hand and further afield, there’s a wealth of shopping opportunities in nearby Preston and Manchester.
Locally, the All Seasons Leisure Centre boasts many sports facilities including a swimming pool, gym and fitness classes. A little further afield, The Chill Factore in Manchester is home to the UK's longest skiing and snowboarding slope. And if you enjoy watching sport, you’ll also be close to a great choice of premiership football clubs and super league rugby leagues.
Chancery Fields is situated on the edge of Chorley, less than a mile and a half from the M61 motorway giving convenient access to Manchester in 30 minutes and Preston in 20 minutes.
Manchester Airport is approximately 30 miles to the south-east of the development with its good choice of national and international flights. There is a convenient bus route past the development entrance and Chorley Interchange combining a central bus station and Chorley railway station is just over two miles away.