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Riversleigh

4 bedroom properties
Lytham Road, Warton, Lancashire

 
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Riversleigh will feature 3 and 4 bedroom detached homes in a range of house designs. 83 homes will be built in all, each to an exacting specification with Prospect’s renowned quality and attention to detail.

Location is always one of the most important things to consider with a new home. That’s why we choose ours so carefully. And Riversleigh, on Lytham Road in Warton, is one of the nicest spots in the area.

Warton is a small and delightful village on the banks of the River Ribble within easy reach of the Fylde coast…but it’s probably best-known for its association with aircraft maker BAE Warton and its airfield.

That means the village itself has good local amenities including village stores, schools and sports facilities, while a larger choice of shopping and services can be found around three miles away at Kirkham or Lytham. Preston and Blackpool are also within easy reach.

It also has good transport links, with the motorway network (M55 and M6) not far away and intercity rail services via Preston.

An excellent choice for anyone looking for a beautiful rural setting.

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