£123,198 - £314,995
2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties
Lightfoot Lane, Preston, Lancashire
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Located in an aspirational area of Preston, Lightfoot Meadows offers a range of 1, 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes. These beautiful homes have been designed with modern family life in mind and feature open-plan living spaces.
With countryside on your doorstep, the City centre of Preston minutes away and good schools nearby this is the ideal setting for you and your family
Part-buy/part-rent homes available with Home Reach. Prices shown are the 40% share value. Click here for more details.In the centre of Preston you'll find two major shopping centres plus a high street which is home to all the major retailers. For something more individual, you'll also be spoilt for choice at the indoor and outdoor markets.Once settled in you will be able to explore the many attractions that Preston has to offer. If you’re feeling active you’ll find a range of golf courses within a short distance including the USGA accredited Preston Golf Club. You will also find Deepdale stadium nearby which is home to Preston North End FC, a great day out for the whole family.Lightfoot Meadows ideally located for public transport or getting around in your own car. With a bus stop down the road it makes it easy for you to get in to the centre of Preston. Preston train station is also less than 5 miles away opening up easy routes to both the North and South.
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