3 bedroom semi detached house with parking spaces
Once known as the centre of the railroad industry, Crewe offers the perfect blend of urban convenience and serene living for new home buyers. Ideally located, The Pavilions provides easy access to major cities and a plethora of leisure and business opportunities in an area that is considered to be up-and-coming, with a growing and vibrant community waiting to welcome you. You’ll find an eclectic mix of local and independent amenities, including shops, restaurants, theatres, and even a thriving live music scene.
Crewe boasts an array of outstanding amenities for new home buyers, including essential services like a Post Office, local garages, a doctor’s surgery, and a veterinary clinic. Located just 2 miles from the thriving town centre, The Pavilions offers close proximity to a diverse spectrum of well-known and independent establishments. Notably, the Grand Junction Retail Park and the Market Shopping Centre are within easy reach, offering a delightful mix of eateries, shops, and bars to enjoy. Additionally, the Makers Market is held every 3rd Sunday of the month and features over 60 stalls showcasing food, drinks, art and crafts, and vintage artisans.
For history buffs, Crewe’s rich heritage in the railroad industry has lots to offer and immerse yourself in. Less than 2 miles from our new houses at The Pavilions, lies Crewe Heritage Centre, where you can delve into the history of the local area, explore miniature railways and learn about the role that Crewe played in the history of the Grand Junction Railway.
Moreover, for those seeking entertainment, there is a dynamic arts and music scene ready to captivate and entertain. The Edwardian Lyceum Theatre is located just a stone’s throw away from the perfect Pavilions, offering theatrical experiences, while live music enthusiasts can enjoy themselves at several pub and bar venues, such as Crewe Market Hall, The Crozzy on Chester Street and Ebenezer’s on Nantwich Road. For family time and entertainment for your little ones, Crewe is home to some fantastic play areas just a short distance from our new homes.
Surrounded by stunning areas of countryside, Crewe is a haven for outdoor lovers. With its proximity to breathtaking landscapes, the town stands as the ideal location for new home buyers, perfectly combining the hustle and bustle of the high street with outdoor serenity. Just a few miles from our dazzling development are a handful of the picturesque parks that Crewe has to offer, each one an oasis for relaxation. Enjoy leisurely strolls at Queen’s Park Garden, or get to know some friendly farm life at Lakemore Farm Park. There truly is something for all new home buyers in this charming town.
Crewe is home to many schools that are highly rated by Ofsted, achieving ratings of “Good” or “Outstanding” across all levels, from primary to secondary and college. Notably, a Crewe high school was recently ranked as the second best in Cheshire for 2023, according to the Sunday Times Parent Power Guide, St Thomas More Catholic High School. Additionally, there are plenty of opportunities for further education available in and around the Crewe area, with easy access to universities in Chester, Liverpool and Manchester. This makes it an excellent choice for families buying a new house in the area, or those who may be looking to grow their family in the future.
If you are looking for a new house in Crewe, you will be delighted to learn that it is a thriving hub for business, industry and employment. Less than 5 minutes from our stunning new development are not just one but two major business parks – Crewe Business Park and Orion Business Park, with plans underway for an additional park to open adjacent to the M6 in the future. There is a plethora of opportunities for employers and employees alike. The Cheshire Green Industrial Park is also located just 20 minutes away on the A51, offering a variety of industrial and manufacturing spaces.
Cheshire East also boasts a skilled advanced manufacturing workforce with a track record in attracting some global manufacturing giants. Building on its rich rail heritage, Crewe offers an ideal setting for the rail and transportation sector. Renowned companies such as Bombardier, Bentley Motors, and Unipart Rail are succeeding in this central location. Furthermore, there are also lots of opportunities in life sciences, fueled by Cheshire East’s strong academic research base and its proximity to Manchester.
Crewe is a major transportation hub, providing easy access to a wealth of business and industry opportunities within the local area and further afield for commuters, to Chester, Manchester and Liverpool. This provides lots of opportunities for those purchasing a new house, across a variety of sectors, including business, industrial, education and leisure.
As a major railway junction, Crewe is renowned for its excellent transport links, with direct services to major cities including Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester. The location on the Western Mainline also provides direct access to cities further afield, in Scotland, and even London, after just 90 minutes! Crewe is also home to a bus station which provides regular services between Crewe and Chester and connections with Nantwich, Congleton, Middlewich and Winsford.
It is also well-connected by road, with the M6 motorway running just east of Crewe via the A500, a few miles away. Plus, the Liverpool and Manchester airports are less than an hour away! Additionally, the A51 and A534 also run nearby, providing easy access to Chester and North Wales.
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