Caraway Green is the latest partnership housing development in Goosnargh from Seddon and Onward Homes, and will offer a range of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes, including 2 & 3 bedroom bungalows. Many of the properties on this brand new development will be part of an Affordable Housing scheme – so there is sure to be a home for everyone at Caraway Green.
Located in the semi-rural village of Goosnargh, Preston, the new build development will be adjacent to the village centre and village green, with delightful views across farmland to the hills of Beacon Fell Country Park.
To smooth your move to Caraway Green, a range of buying methods will be available, including Shared Ownership, Discount to Market, Deposit Builder and Select Solicitor.
Why buy a new house in Goosnargh?
Caraway Green is situated in the quaint, picturesque village of Goosnargh. Renowned for its greenery, Goosnargh is only a short walk to miles of countryside. Nearby Beacon Fell Country Park has 185 acres of conifer woods and moorland and is just a 15 minute drive away from the development.
Goosnargh is known for its warm and welcoming community spirit, and its popular annual spring village festival. With a procession throughout the village including decorated floats, fancy dress, maypole dancing and marching bands this is the highlight of the village social calendar. The village is also the home of the renowned Goosnargh Cake – a traditional shortcake biscuit containing caraway seeds. We’ve taken this delicacy as the inspiration for our development’s name because there will certainly be plenty of tempting offers to get your teeth into at Caraway Green!
There are exciting prospects for the local community in the pipeline, with the re-development of Whittingham and Goosnargh Sports and Social Club, the delivery of open public green space and a planned new primary school. The future looks very bright indeed for Goosnargh residents, with additional amenities and new job opportunities in the area.
Schools in Goosnargh
There are a range of highly regarded primary and high schools in and around Goosnargh – with Ofsted ratings that include ‘good’ and ‘outstanding’.