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£163,950 - £425,000

Eccleston Grange

3 and 4 bedroom houses
off Millfields, Eccleston, Merseyside

 
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More information about Eccleston Grange...

Eccleston Grange is a prestigious development of 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes, just off Millfields in Eccleston. Appealing to both first time buyers and those with growing families, Eccleston Grange really does have something for everyone, transforming this development into a modern residential community.

Designed with modern living in mind, the contemporary mews style homes and stunning detached properties offer spacious accommodation combined with a superior specification.

Eccleston Grange offers a wide choice of spacious, stylish houses for sale in Eccleston. Situated within the borough of St Helens, Eccleston Grange is surrounded by several areas of outstanding natural beauty. Eccleston is a highly desirable location offering all those who live there, the perfect balance of rural tranquillity and easy urban access.

Those seeking contemporary family houses for sale in St Helens, in a delightful neighbourhood, with easy access to all the usual facilities, need look no further than Eccleston Grange.

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