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Brook View is a Stunning New Development of just 15 Homes. There are 1,2,3 and 4 bedroom properties available, with a combination of Apartments, Mews and Semi-detached houses so there really is something to suit everyone. Brook View is in Crowton, a civil parish and village within the unitary authority of Cheshire West and Chester and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England. Crowton is one of the North West's most beautiful sought after quaint little villages. You don't have to just take our word for this; Crowton was presented with 'The Overall Championship Community Pride Award' for 'Best Kept Village' last year and in years previous to this. There is a fantastic primary school within walking distance from the site. The village is surrounded by open countryside and lies close to Delamere Forest. Frodsham, Northwich and Chester are within easy reach each providing a wide range of shops and services. The road, rail and motorway networks allow easy daily commuter access to the regions commercial centres.
This will be a lovely ground floor apartment. Upon entrance there will be a big hallway with a large storage cupboard. This apartment boasts a large family bathroom and an open living and kitchen design with a generous sized lounge. All kitchens will come with integrated appliances.
Living/Dining/Kitchen: 5047mm x 4940mm 16'7" x 16'2"
Bedroom: 5047mm x 2945mm 16'7" x 9'8"
Bathroom: 2247mm x 1800mm 7'4" x 5'11"
There are lots of beautiful landmarks that add to the charm of this picturesque village such as the traditional metal street signs, and the vintage red phone box situated outside the Hare and Hounds Pub. Inside of the phone box is a community notice board filled with social event information of the village and there are a range of books left in there for visitor's perusal.
There is a War Memorial near the site, which was constructed in 1921 to commemorate the servicemen from the village who died in the First World War. The memorial stands in a small grassed area enclosed by a hedge. To the left of the war memorial is a wooden frame displaying the collection of Best Kept Village Award plaques dating from 1979.
At the heart of the Village stands The Hare and Hounds Pub which underwent refurbishment in 2016. This is just a 3 minute walk from the development site. This pub has a great community feel with all customers (and their dogs) on first name terms with the staff who offer a friendly and personal service. They serve a fantastic selection of beers and home-made food and there is a lovely big room at the back should you prefer some privacy or a romantic meal for two. The Hare and Hounds also boasts a peaceful beer garden in which one of the three local brooks flows through. The outside provides a lovely surrounding for enjoying a drink in the sunshine during the summer months. For the cooler seasons the pub has log burning fires inside to keep you warm and cosy. Coincidently the pub sells a pale ale called Ainsworth Ale which was named after Ainsworth Mill (Ainsworth Mill was previously situated on the Brook View site).
Brook View benefits from having a wide range of well-respected schools within a close proximity. Crowton Christ Church C.E. Primary School is just a 7 minute walk from Brook View. This school has only 72 pupils, aims to promote the highest academic standards in all areas of the curriculum and has received some outstanding reviews.
Little Leigh's Primary School is just 4.4 miles from Brook View and has only 168 pupils. The students here have earned a KS2 Average Point Score of 29.5, putting them above the national average.
Weaverham High School is just 2.6 miles from the development and is accessible by both car and public transportation. Weaverham High School places a high importance on the progress of all of their pupils and believes in finding what each individual students' strengths are in order to build their confidence. "There is a very positive ethos within the school; pupils have good attitudes towards learning and there is a clear commitment to high standards" Ofsted.
St Nicholas Catholic High School is also conveniently located just 5 miles from the development. With a Business and Enterprise College status St Nicholas is a leading edge school classed as Outstanding by Ofsted.
Transport / Motorways
Brook View is perfectly located for all forms of travel. With a bus route just down the street (/2 mile) providing a service to Acton Bridge Station (1.2 miles) making trips and long distance traveling easy and convenient. With Warrington, Chester, Manchester and Liverpool being easy to access by car or train Brook View presents the perfect opportunity to work and play in a busy city centre while being able to escape to the peacefulness of your own home in under 30 minutes. You can access the station by bus or car and both will get you to there in under ten minutes.
Chester 14.8 miles (35 minutes' drive)
Manchester City Centre 27.7 miles (46 minutes' drive)
Liverpool 26.8 miles (48 minutes' drive)
Manchester Airport and this is 28 miles
Liverpool Airport 34 miles
Surrounding Entertainment / Activities
Brook View not only provides the tranquillity of country living but also has many attractions within close proximity providing endless options of entertainment for you and your family.
If you happen to love birds there is The Vale Royal Falconry Centre in Acton Bridge (2.5 miles). This is a family run educational centre where you and your family can interact with a range of birds of prey and owls.
There are some gentle giants and other friendly farm fiends at the Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre (5.8 miles). Here you can interact with all kinds of animals from horses, ponies and even piglets but this also offers a great place to enjoy a picnic and get some fresh air.
If you'd like to enjoy nature in a more natural setting there is the Sandstone Trail (4.3 miles)This trail stretches for 34 miles (55km) across the country of Cheshire. People walk, run or even ride the trail from North to South with the sun on their face and some great views of Beeston Castle. With a number of sculptures along the trails and plenty of wildlife to see this offers a great day out for the whole family.
For a day out with a bit more history and culture you can visit the Norton Priory Museum and Gardens (6.1 miles) where you can explore the Walled Garden and step back in time by dressing up and learning all about the hundreds of medieval objects they have there, some dating back 900 years.
Other great nearby attractions include places such as several play parks, Cholmondeley Castle Gardens (15 miles) and even the Cheshire Ice Cream Farm (12.3 miles).
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