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The Shires

3 and 4 bedroom properties
Thwaites Road, Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire

 
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New Homes For Sale In Oswaldtwisle

The Shires is a brand new Persimmon Homes development situated in Oswaldtwisle, Lancashire. A selection of beautiful new homes suitable for young professionals through to growing families and downsizers, there's sure to be something to suit you.

To stay up-to-date with the latest news on this fantastic new development register your interest or book an appointment today.

Oswaldtwisle is an attractive small town with a stunning backdrop of some of Lancashire's finest countryside. Situated just 3 miles Southeast of Blackburn, it's conveniently close to the urban areas of Accrington and Church. The Leeds and Liverpool Canal also passes through the town.

The town is famous for being home to Oswaldtwistle Mills, an award-winning shopping village which has a huge selection of treats, trinkets and gifts to suit any occasion. The former weaving mill has over 100 retailers, including an impressive womens wear department with over 40 popular brands. There's also a new home & lifestyle centre, crafts centre, homewares, furniture, lighting, unique giftware, a gourmet deli selling locally made food, and much more. And when you're in need of refreshment, there's a good choice of places to eat and drink.

Nearby is Rhyddings Park. Originally the grounds of a private house belonging to a local mill owning family, the park has been public since 1909. Within the park is a children's play area, a bowling green, woodland garden, and an all-weather area for a variety of sports including football, cricket and basketball. The Civic Arts Centre is also close by and is involved in local heritage projects, and puts on some amazing outdoor festivals.

Education for all near The Shires...

There are plenty nearby schools including Hippings Methodist Primary School, St. Mary's RC Primary School, St. Andrew's CE Primary School, Broadfield Specialist School and White Ash Specialist School, to name just a few.

With its range of amenities, great choice of local schooling options, and range of convenient transport links, The Shires could be the perfect place for you to call home.

You'll be well connected...

Church & Oswaldtwistle train station is just 1.3 miles from the development. The trains are regular and have connections to and from Blackpool South and Colne and links throughout the rest of the country. There are also bus operators providing regular services throughout the local towns and villages. Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Manchester Airport are conveniently accessable with flight routes taking you throughout Europe and the rest of the world.

Oswaldtwistle is famous for its Oswaldtwistle Mills, an award-winning shopping village which has a huge selection of treats, trinkets and gifts to suit any occasion. The former weaving mill has over 100 retailers, include an impressive womenswear department with over 40 popular brands. There's also a new home & lifestyle centre, crafts centre, homewares, furniture, lighting, unique giftware, a gourmet deli selling locally-made food, and much, much more. There's also plenty of choice of places to eat and drink.

Nearby is Rhyddings Park. Originally the grounds of a private house belonging to a local mill owning family, the park has been public since 1909.  Within the park is a children's play area, a bowling green, woodland garden, and an all-weather area for a variety of sports including football, cricket and basketball. The Civic Arts Centre is also close by and is involved in local heritage projects, and puts on some amazing outdoor festivals.

Oswaldtwistle Train Station is not too far from the development. The trains are regular and have connections to and from Blackpool South and Colne and links throughout the rest of the country. There are also bus operators providing regular services throughout the local towns and villages.

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