Broadmeadow Park in Sandbach by Bridgfords
Sandbach, Cheshire, CW11 3HB
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3 & 4 bedroom houses
£296,000 - £406,000
This unrivalled new development located within walking distance of Sandbach centre, benefits from being at the centre of a friendly local community within a historic town. Set against a stunning countryside background and with great connections to Manchester and Crewe, Broadmeadow Park offers an ideal location for your next home.
Enjoy modern living in a rural location, with Sandbach town centre and surrounding towns and villages within a five to 15 minute walk of Broadmeadow Park. The development itself places a spotlight on the beautiful surrounding countryside, with quiet tree lined streets and landscaped public gardens.
Broadmeadow Park lies just to the south west of picturesque Sandbach, one of Cheshire’s most attractive market towns and multiple winner of the ‘Britain in Bloom’ annual award. There’s something for everyone with a whole range of highly recommended pubs, restaurants, cafés and independent shops. You will find everything you need in Sandbach or visit nearby Crewe for an even wider range of shops.
At Broadmeadow Park the beautiful Cheshire countryside is on your doorstep. The surrounding scenery is criss-crossed with open spaces and amenities for families as well as public footpaths and bridleways for rewarding walks. The Trent and Mersey canal is less than a mile from Broadmeadow Park. Families with children of all ages will benefit from the close proximity of several schools including the Offley Primary Academy, Sandbach Boys School, St John’s CE Primary and the prestigious Sandbach High School and Sixth Form.
From Crewe direct train services into London Euston take 1 hour and 37 minutes; direct services into Liverpool Lime Street 36 minutes and direct services into Manchester Piccadilly 35 minutes. Transport links by car are also very convenient with Junction 17 of the M6 motorway being just over two miles from Broadmeadow Park.
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