£188,995 - £259,995
3 and 4 bedroom properties
Ravenstone Close, Upton, Merseyside
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More information about Fender Mews...
Fender Mews, with its collection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes, is the ideal setting if you're eager to get on to the property ladder.
Located just outside Upton Village you will find a range of shops, bars and restaurants within walking distance, alternatively you can be in the nearby cities of Chester or Liverpool in just 30 minutes. You will also find commuting a breeze thanks to the closeby M53.
Part-buy/part-rent homes available with Home Reach. Prices shown are the 50% share value. See below for details.
*Available on selected plots, please speak to the Sales Adviser for details.You will find Upton Village is just a short walk away, the village offers everything from schools, shops, bars and restaurants. There is also a nearby retail park and a Sainsbury's supermarket. If you need to go further afield there are also excellent rail and road links including the M53 which can get you to Liverpool or Chester in just 30 minutes.Whatever your taste, there are plenty of shops, bars and restaurants to choose from in Upton Village. However, if you fancy something further afield there are fantastic road and rail networks which provide easy access to range of destinations.You'll find commuting at Fender Mews fast and simple. Quick links to the M53 enable you to get to Chester or the heart of Liverpool in less than half an hour. There is also a range of public transport available including regular bus services and the nearby Upton Train Station.
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