£209,995 - £274,995
3 and 4 bedroom properties
Lytham Road, Warton, Lancashire
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With a fantastic range of two, three and four bedroom homes on Lytham Road, Highgate Park is ideal for young couples or growing families. The village offers excellent facilities, with an award winning beach at Lytham, numerous golf courses, and regular farmers markets in Lytham and Kirkham. Bryning with Warton St Paul's CofE Primary is just half a mile away and you can reach Carr Hill High School in 5 minutes. There are a number of facilities nearby- with St Georges Centre less than 10 miles away which offers an excellent selection of high street clothing stores as well as bars & restaurants. Preston also boasts a fantastic range of indoor and outdoor markets with fresh local produce including fruit & veg,. There is also a good variety of boutique and independant stores.Preston offers an excellent variety of green space and public parks/play areas with Avenham & Miller Parks or Winckley Square. You can travel into nearby Blackpool and take in the beautiful scenery or walks along the promenade. The village is served by two local bus services to Preston and Blackpool with the No.78 available into nearby Wesham and St. Annes Square. Services into Preston run every 15 minutes for convenience from early morning to late night trips. The closest train stations are both less than 5 miles away with Kirkham & Wesham and Lytham stations available.
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