£167,500 - £300,000
2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties
Rush Lane, Market Drayton, Shropshire
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More information about Drayton Meadows...
Drayton Meadows is an exciting development of two, three and four bedroom homes in the quaint town of Market Drayton. Surrounded by open fields, you can enjoy rural living with a peaceful outlook and a great range of schools, shops and commuter links nearby.
There's still time to move in for Christmas but hurry, availability is limited. Visit our sales centre today and find out how you could be moving with just a 5% deposit.Every Wednesday, Cheshire Street, the main road through the town, is closed off to allow local stallholders selling everything from clothing and electrical goods to linens and products for pets. There is also much local, fresh produce that is ideal to liven up your dinner plate. Drive just half an hour and reach the vibrant town of Telford.Head into the town centre where you'll find Market Drayton Swimming & Fitness Centre. Enjoy a swim in the 25m indoor pool or make a splash in the outdoor pool (summer only), or enjoy a workout in the 42 station gym. The town park is the ideal place for your children to play, with a recreation ground and skate park. Visit Telford for a great night out.Rush Lane is ideally placed to benefit from great commuter links into the nearby town centre via the A53 bypass which runs adjacent to the development, as well as a number of vibrant towns and cities further afield. M6 J15 is less than a half hour drive from home and the train station in Whitchurch is just 20 minutes away.
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