Development details


Highcross Park

£314,950 - £329,950
4 and 5 bedroom properties
Normoss Road, Poulton le Fylde, Lancashire

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More information about Highcross Park...

Highcross Park is a superb development of 4 and 5 bedroom detached executive homes and 2 and 3 bedroom starter family homes set in the stunning location of Poulton-le-Fylde, in a semi-rural location with a long access driveway through open fields, thus creating its own unique environment, but with convenient access to Blackpool town centre and in close proximity of the region's motorway network including the M55.

These quality homes are built to the highest standard with quality craftsmanship integrated into every aspect of the build. Modern building regulations will ensure that every homeowner at Highcross Park will benefit from the highest energy efficiency standards throughout the property.

For those people wishing to get on the property ladder, don’t miss out on the LAST TWO 2 bedroom homes now remaining. Ask the Sales Executive about the Government backed Help to Buy scheme which could enable you to buy one of these superb homes with as little as a 5% deposit.

Or, if your looking for a spacious family home just THREE 4 bedroom and FOUR 5 bedroom detached homes are now available with Part Exchange considered.

Visit our fabulous Showhomes to get a glimpse of the lifestyle that could be yours at Highcross Park.