Barnton is a village on the outskirts of Northwich and is superb for those who commute, being just ten minutes from the M56 motorway. There are local amenities such as smaller convenience shops. Barnton has a primary school and is also in the catchment for Weaverham and Hartford. The Trent and Mersey canal are close at hand for those who enjoy boating and further complements the beauty and rural feel of this village. Just a short distance away sits Winnington which is on the edge of Northwich Town Centre. The area boasts local shops, petrol station, public houses, garden centre/cafe and playing fields. Northwich is an old market town located in the heart of the Cheshire Plain. It provides an ideal commuter base being near to the A49, A556, M6 and just ten minutes from junction ten onto the M56 to Chester, North Wales and also Manchester. In terms of railway stations there are excellent connections to Chester-Manchester at Northwich and Greenbank and London-Liverpool via Hartford and Acton Bridge. The popular Waitrose Store and Marina on the river embankment opposite Freshwater View started the exciting rejuvenation programme in the town centre. Barons Quay, provides a thriving leisure and retail quarter, including multi-screen Odeon cinema, H&M and Asda superstore with multi-storey car park. Just a stone's throw away, the Hayhurst Quay scheme created a vibrant waterfront development with a new marina providing 40 moorings, restaurants and a large Waitrose food superstore. Memorial Court, in the heart of Northwich has two swimming pools and large gym. This property is exceptionally well located for a choice of excellent local schools in both the state and private sectors. Within only a few minutes' drive is Anderton Nature Park and Marbury Country Park, both of which support a variety of divergent habitats, with stunning aspects and offering a wonderful and popular area for walkers. Marbury Country Park sits within the Northwich Woodlands, an area of 350 hectares of parklands to explore and discover. Its network of surfaced paths provides many routes accessible to all and appeals to a variety of users including horse riders, cyclists, nature lovers and families. Anderton is also the home of the fully restored and working Anderton Boat Lift linking the Trent and Mersey Canal and the River Weaver.
IN FURTHER DETAILS THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:-
Freehold. Subject to verification by Vendor's Solicitor.
SERVICES (NOT TESTED)
We believe that mains water, electricity, gas central heating and drainage are connected.
Cheshire West And Chester. Council Tax – Band B.
Vacant possession upon completion.
Viewing strictly by appointment through the Agents.