£301,995 - £359,995
4 bedroom properties
Counthill Road, Oldham, Greater Manchester
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About the DevelopmentJust the names ‘Saddleworth View’ and ‘Moorside’ conjure up all you need to know about the superb location of this exciting new Redrow development. Nestled on the edge of Saddleworth Moors, it provides a stunning place to live with so much striking countryside to explore right on your doorstep. Yet this is no remote outpost; lying just two miles from Oldham and 10miles from Manchester, you’ll have an easy commute, and with a choice of good and outstanding schools for all ages, all within two miles, it’s even more convenient for the kids.
With 3 & 4 bedroom homes, a great location, and excellent connections, this is sure to prove a very popular development; so register your interest in Saddleworth View today and make sure you are the first to know when show homes are opened and the pick of the plots are released. Remember, it takes just 5% deposit to buy your new Redrow home with Help to Buy and with Help to Sell, Redrow offers to help you sell your current home too.
AmenitiesThere is a CoOp food store just a short walk from the development on Ripponden Road, with a Tesco Extra even closer on Huddersfield Road. Asda Oldham is around a mile away towards the town.
For GPs, register at Moorside Medical Centre on Ripponden Road (Sat Nav OL1 4JU, call 0845 474 8905) while dentists can be found at My Dentist, also on Ripponden Road (Sat nav OL4 2SF, call 0845 474 8905).
DiningThere are a number of excellent dining inns dotted around the local moorside villages, including The Black Ladd, The Kings Arms and The Roebuck Inn. The Asian flavours of Blue Tiffin on Laurel Trading Estate are very popular, as are the Turkish and Mediterranean styles of Istanblue in Royton.
Oldham has over 250 places to eat listed on TripAdvisor, with Zaraks Grill Lounge, Stocco Restaurant, La Via and The Old Bill leading the way, with Italian restaurants La bella Italian and Mazzo close behind.
EducationWith such inspiring scenery all around you, it would be a shame to spend your school run in the car, and at Saddleworth View you won’t have to. Younger pupils have a choice of two ‘good’ rated primary schools, Hodge Clough Primary and St Theresa’s, both within walking distance, along with the ‘outstanding’ rated St Thomas Moorside CofE Primary, which is also just three quarters of a mile away.
For older pupils, The Blue Coat School in nearby Oldham is rated ‘outstanding’ with The Oldham Academy North rated ‘good’. Closer to home, Waterhead Academy is just half a mile away on Huddersfield Road.
The many universities and colleges of Manchester are also within easy reach for stay at home students who want to save on accommodation costs.
LeisureWith Oldham so close, you’ll never be short of something to do. The town has two theatres, Oldham Coliseum and the Lyceum Theatre, as well as an Odeon multiplex cinema and much more besides. The Playhouse at Shaw also offers a great range of entertainment.
For the more active, Oldham Leisure centre has superb sports facilities, or you can try your luck around Crompton and Royton or Saddleworth golf courses. Moordale has its own cricket and bowls club, or if you fancy something less traditional, you can head for the Extreme Air trampoline park, Lockdown escape rooms or Manchester Paintball, all available in Oldham.
With the moors stretching from your door, there’s plenty for outdoor enthusiasts, including walks around Strinesdale Reservoir. For even more open space and scenery, the Peak District National Park is just a short drive away to the east.
ShoppingThere is an excellent choice of shopping to be found in Oldham, from traditional markets to modern malls. The town centre is pedestrianised, creating several streets of shops and stores centred around the Spindles Town Square shopping centre. Oldham is also home to the historic Tommyfield Market, which is open daily, except Sunday, with over 110 stalls to browse and buy. You’ll also find fresh meat and veg at Curzon Street market, every Friday and Saturday, to set you up for the weekend.
If you prefer out of town shopping, try the Elk Mill Retail Park, on the edge of Oldham between the town and the development.
For a more extensive shopping trip, head into Manchester, where you’ll find flagship stores from all the major names, as well as a huge range of quirky independents in and around the famous Arndale Centre.
TransportMoorside is just two miles north east of Oldham and ten miles north east of Manchester. Rochdale, at seven miles, and Huddersfield, at around fifteen miles are also easy to get to. The M62 is just six miles away and the M60 Manchester Orbital is just four miles, both opening up the extensive northern motorway network.
Oldham is served by Manchester’s Metrolink trams, with regular services into the heart of the city. Trams can be accessed just outside of town at Oldham Mumps and take around half an hour. If you prefer the train, Greenfield Station is around three miles away and has services to Manchester Piccadilly in just twenty five minutes.
Manchester Airport is just over twenty miles away, with Leeds Bradford Airport just over thirty miles, both easily accessible by motorway links.
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