£144,950 - £284,950
2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom houses
OFF YEW TREE DRIVE, Blackburn, Lancashire
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More information about The Hedgerows...
Sales Office/Marketing Suite is now open and reservations are now being taken on the first releases. Prices from £144,950
OFF YEW TREE DRIVE, WHINNEY LANE, BLACKBURN BB2 7DN
The Hedgerows is a superb new development of luxury 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom family homes situated off Yew Tree Drive and Whinney Lane, a very desirable area of Blackburn close to excellent local schools and amenities, and offering the perfect location for modern family living.
Ideal for commuting, the development is located approximately six miles from Junction 31 of the M6 and three miles from junction 6 of the M65 giving easy access to all major towns and cities throughout the North West and beyond. Blackburn and Darwen railway stations give access to the West Coast Main Line at Preston and Manchester.
Blackburn town centre is easily accessible and offers a diverse range of high quality shops and stores. The regenerated Mall Shopping Centre offers many of the top high street brands as well as some unique independent stores, and is also home to Blackburn Market. A number of retail parks can also be found in and around Blackburn and Darwen.
To register your interest please add your details to our database. Availability, prices and timescales have yet to be released, but as soon as we are able to provide more information about The Hedgerows we will be in contact with you.
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