Simple yet stylish, compact yet undeniably chic, The Ledbury is a two bedroom home quite unlike any that you have seen before. Redefining the concept of the two-up-two-down, this home enjoys a spacious lounge, open plan kitchen/dining room and cloakroom downstairs. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms with en-suites to both adding an elegant touch of luxury.
Part of the Heritage Collection, The Ledbury embraces the best of the old and new. Traditional exteriors are enhanced by the contemporary style and modern features you’ll find inside. These superb homes offer the perfect combination of quality and value, space and savings, all created with the same high levels of craftsmanship that set all Redrow homes apart.
About the Development
Yew Tree Park marks a major new development in the Lancashire village of Burscough, and you could be one of the first to move in with a superb selection of two, three and four bedroom homes from Redrow’s award winning Heritage Collection at The Grange at Yew Tree Park.
These high quality family homes in Lancashire are within easy reach of two separate rail lines, and lie just off the main A59 Liverpool to Preston road, giving excellent commuter access across the region. Locally you’ll find a great choice of schools, shopping and leisure facilities, making it an ideal place to set up home for you and your family.
This superb new development is now available and remember, with Help to Buy you need just a 5% deposit to secure your new home at The Grange at Yew Tree Park, and Redrow could even help you sell your old one, with Help to Sell, so you’re ready to move in as soon as your new home is ready.
AmenitiesBoth Aldi and Booths supermarkets are conveniently close to the development, at Ringtail Retail Park, with a Tesco superstore to the north of the village.
For GPs, register with Burscough Health Centre (Sat Nav L40 4LA, call 01704 396 020) while dentists can be found at Family Dental Practice (Sat Nav L40 4BZ, call 01704 893 963).
DiningBurscough offers a good selection of places to eat out, with both the Blue Mallard and the Ship Inn offering the charm of canal-side dining. Closer to home you’ll find the Bull and Dog and The Curry Leaf Asian restaurant, with The Sinner’s Club, Infusions Café Bistro, The Hop and Vine and The Old packet House in the village centre.
Nearby Ormskirk offers a further choice, including Turquaz Turkish restaurant, Left Bank Brasserie and the Portuguese flavours of the Piri Piri Grill.
EducationBurscough has an excellent choice of primary schools for your little ones, with Burscough Village Primary rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, Burscough Lordsgate Township CofE Primary rated ‘good with outstanding features’ and St John’s Catholic Primary, St John’s CofE Primary and Burscough Bridge Methodist Primary all rated ‘good’.
For older pupils, the village is home to Burscough Priory Science College, with St Bede’s Catholic High, Kingsbury School and Lathom High in nearby Ormskirk offering an alternative just a short bus ride away.
LeisureBurscough Wharf offers a wide choice of arts and entertainment by the canal side, with a range of leisure and retail facilities offering everything from craft shops to cycle hire for a ride along the towpath. Alternative evening entertainment can be found at Parbold Picture House or the Odeon Cinema at Switch Island.
For sports, try Burscough Racquets and Fitness Centre or take on the challenge of Ormskirk or Hurlston Hall golf courses. Or for a great family day out, visit the Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre at Martin Mere or the magnificent black and white timbered Rufford Hall.
ShoppingAlong with three supermarkets, Burscough has a small selection of local shops, including an eclectic mix of retail outlets at Burscough Wharf. Ringtail Retail Park, close to the development, offers a choice of fashion and home wares, including the likes of Peacocks, B&M and Pets at Home.
For a more comprehensive shopping trip, head for Liverpool, where you’ll find the new £1bn Liverpool One development, as well as Church Street, Bold Street and much more. Southport is a delightful place to spend an afternoon, browsing the Edwardian Arcades, while Preston offers a choice of modern shopping malls and a large pedestrianised centre.
TransportYew Tree Park lies on the main A59 route between Liverpool and Preston, approximately 15 miles from both. Southport is 9 miles, Wigan 14 miles and Ormskirk is 2½ miles. When it comes to heading father afield for your family holiday or a weekend city break, Liverpool Airport is just 25 miles and Manchester Airport is just 38 miles.
Burscough has a choice of stations, both within easy reach of Yew Tree Park. Trains from Burscough Junction reach Preston in just 27minutes and Liverpool, via Ormskirk, in as little as 42 minutes. Trains from Burscough Bridge reach Southport in just 15 minutes and Manchester Victoria or Manchester Piccadilly in under an hour.
- 2 bedroom home
- Open plan kitchen/dining room
- Traditional exterior
- Spacious lounge
- Two en-suite bathrooms