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Brindle Park in Preston by Persimmon Homes

Preston, Lancashire, PR5 6YL

2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom houses - £165,000 - £305,000

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Located a few miles southeast of Preston, Brindle Park provides a great setting for a range of lifestyles, within walking distance of Bamber Bridge. With shops and schools on your doorstep, excellent leisure and outdoors facilities nearby, and excellent transport links to the cities of the North West, this superb development is a fantastic choice for purchasing a new home.  

We are currently selling the first releases at Brindle Park from our sister development Charles Church D'Urton Heights.

Our marketing suite at Brindle Park will be open soon.

You’ll find everything you need for day-to-day living in Bamber Bridge. Less than a mile from Brindle Park, the long high street is home to a selection of independent shops, restaurants, pubs and takeaways, plus a Boots and Morrisons. Just south of the town centre there’s also a large retail park where you’ll find more major brands, including ALDI, Sainsbury’s, B&Q and Argos. For some retail therapy, make the short journey by car, bus or train into Preston, to browse the city’s vast selection of high street independent brands.

Bamber Bridge may be an urban village on the outskirts of a city, but that doesn’t mean you need to compromise on green open spaces. Less than half a mile away, Withy Grove Park playground is one of the largest free facilities of its type in the North West and contains a range of play equipment. It sits next to the leisure centre, so you can stay active indoors. Brockholes, a beautiful nature reserve home to rare species of bird and a floating visitor centre, is 6 miles away, while Cuerden Valley Park, another scenic spot with plenty of walking trails, is just 3 miles away.

Whether you’re travelling for work or pleasure, Bamber Bridge benefits from excellent transport links with easy access to the M6, M65 and M61, putting Liverpool, Manchester, Blackpool and Blackburn all within an hours’ drive. The train station, less than 1 mile from the development, is on the East Lancashire Line and runs regular services to Preston with onward connections to the wider region. For travel further afield, Manchester Airport is 40 miles away.