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Stunning 4 bedroom new build homes in the beautiful village of Wistaston - Just one home remaining, don't miss out!

Experience Wistaston Brook
At Wistaston Brook we are over 99% sold, and have just one, 4 bedroom home remaining! This stunning development is located in the picturesque village of Wistaston, within walking distance of the famous Joey the Swan. Offering the best of both worlds, you’ll be within an easy commute of the M6 motorway, as well as being close to a selection of excellent schools and good local amenities, making this the perfect place to raise a family. 

Our final new build homes in Wistaston offers something for everyone, whether you are a first-time buyer, a growing family, or simply looking to move home. With Assisted Move and Part Exchange moving schemes available, we'll help make your move easier.

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Not only could you save up to £183 a month on your energy bills† in a new Bloor home, but you'll also find your new home produces 60% less carbon emissions than a second hand home, despite on average being 5.4% bigger in size!

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It's not just our homes we pride ourselves on, it's our locations too.

Why Buy Here ? 

Wistaston Brook is a collection of impressive 3, 4 & 5 bedroom new homes in the beautiful Cheshire Village of Wistaston. Nestled along side the Brook, with stunning views across attractive countryside and parkland.  

The Parkland adjacent to the development is affectionally known as Joey the Swan by local residents (after the legendary swan who lived on the front lawn of Wistaston Hall). The area is rich in wildlife, including ancient trees and a wildflower garden planted by the volunteers of Wistaston Conservation Group. Ideal for dog walker, The Joey the Swan walk lined in tress and shrubs, follows the line of the Brook around the Park, there are also a range of circular walks perfect for pushchairs and wheelchairs. Families can enjoy picnics en route, or use the designated picnic tables by the ever popular childrens play area.  

Hundreds of villagers gather each September for the annual duck and Children’s model boat race on the Brook. The guest of honour, the Rose Queen and her Consort award the prizes. It’s a real community event with stalls selling a range of goods, with all proceeds to the local charities. 
 
The village itself has a range of amenities, such as a local Vets, Pharmacy, Tesco Express and Co-op supermarket, perfect for your everyday essentials, and not forgetting the local pub, the Rising Sun, a traditional Inn serving great food and a temping range of cask ales.
 
Wistaston sits just 2 miles west of Crewe and 3 miles east of Nantwich, so the choice is yours, on where you head for a wider range of amenities, restaurants and bars. 
Nantwich is a historic traditional market town, known for having amongst the highest concentration of listed building in England! Centuries on, traditional markets still take place every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday with specialist markets, such as farmers markets held monthly.  BNW-WIST-18-0041.jpg 
Shopping in the stunning surroundings of the black and white streets is a pleasure in itself, with many of your favourite High Street names, such as M & S food, Joules and Bratt’s department store, nestled amongst the beautiful buildings. 

The annual Nantwich Food Festival is held in the town centre over the first weekend in September. Re-established as a free-entry festival in 2010, it attracts numerous artisan producers from the local area and further afield, and provides chef demonstrations, family activities and entertainment. It draws in an estimated 30,000 visitors a year.
There are plenty of eateries around the area, including traditional Inns, such as the Swan Inn and Wickstead Arms. Or is you are after Indian cuisine, Basmati is rated very highly. Chopstix also featured highly on Trio advisor for Asian Cuisine. 

Located in Hurleston, just outside Nantwich is Snugburys Ice cream Farm, 30 years on, and still a family business, they serve over 55 flavours using only the finest ingredients from the cobbled courtyard , attracting over 300,000 visitors a year for a scoop or two of their award winning ice cream. 
Nantwich is home to two indoor swimming pools, the learner pool for junior swimmers and a 6 lane main pool for those looking to swim for fitness or leisure.
In the summer season the famous Outdoor Brine Pool opens which attracts thousands of visits each year.

When most people think of Crewe, they think of railways. During the 19th century Crewe was one of the world's greatest railway workshops and was a hotbed of craft and invention, building elegant locomotives that brought wealth and prestige to the town.  It was these fantastic rail links that bought the world famous Rolls Royce/Bentley Motors to the area in 1938. Since then the brand has experienced extensive growth and provides the community with hundreds of jobs including trainee and apprenticeship opportunities. 
However there is a lot more to Crewe than just trains and prestige car manufacturers; take a stroll around the lake in Queen’s Park, a traditional Victorian park that has been restored to her former glory or enjoy a show with the family at the award winning Crewe Lyceum Theatre.

Crewe town centre provides the hustle and bustle of community life that is abundantly showcased within the local area. There is a collection of essential amenities such as the post office, hairdressers, bakers and a lovely selection of well know cafes to choose from, as well as a range of high street branded shops such as River Island, New Look and Topshop. Grand Junction Retail Park boasts an assortment of fashion and furniture shops including Next, TK Maxx, Laura Ashley, Harveys and Bathstore, all of which are within walking distance from the main town centre.

There is an excellent choice of well known and independent restaurants serving international dishes, such as the stunning Passage to India, eclectic Bella Italia, Chiquitos and Nandos, providing a wide variety to suit the whole family. 

Education

Wistaston Academy Primary and Nursery School is within walking distance of development, just over half a mile away, and has accomplished an Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ rating.  St Mary's Catholic Primary School and Vine Tree Primary School are both a similar distance and have been rated Ofsted ‘Good’ in their most recent report.
Secondary Schools are well catered for, St Thomas More Catholic High School, Ruskin Community High School and Shavington Academy are all Ofsted rated ‘good’ schools, within a commutable distance of Wistaston Brook.

Cheshire College  offers further education for 16-18 years, with a range of courses including A levels, Vocational and apprenticeships, They also have a range of adult education courses. 
Set amongst 33 hectares of farms, parklands, lakes and woodland is Reasheath College on the outskirts of Nantwich, is one of the leading specialist land based colleges in the UK, focussing on a diverse range of courses from Equine, Construction, Motor Vehicle and Agriculture.
Crewe Engineering and Design University Technical College is a government non selective school, designed for students age 14-18 offering technically oriented courses of study, combining National Curriculum requirements with technical and vocational elements. They also teach business skills and the use of ICT. UTC captures the combined knowledge of industry experts, such as Bentley & Bosch, and is supported by Manchester Metropolitan University and Cheshire East Council.

Transport
Crewe is a major junction on the West Coast Main Line and serves as a rail gateway for North West England. It is 158 miles north of London Euston and 243 miles south of Glasgow Central. It is located at the point where the lines to Manchester Piccadilly and North Wales diverge from this route, and is the last major station before the branch to Liverpool Lime Street diverges. It is also served by lines to Stoke-on-Trent and Shrewsbury.

 

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†All times and distances are approximate values taken from Google Maps. Please be aware these are subject to slight variation.

 ^Deposit contribution is on selected plots only, not available in conjunction with any other offer and is subject to lender criteria, qualification and acceptance of cash incentives. Details correct at time of distribution and Bloor Homes reserves the right to withdraw the offers at any time. Images shown for illustrative purposes only. 

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