The history of Tyldesley reads like that of England in miniature; two thousand years ago, a Roman road passed through here; local men were archers at the Battle of Agincourt in 1415 – and Tyldesley’s factories, mines and mills were the pride of the north during the Industrial Revolution. Today, Tyldesley is a bustling and popular town just ten miles west of Manchester and a little over 25 miles east of Liverpool, with excellent links to both cities, thanks to the local presence of the A580 East Lancs Road – and a little further south, the eastwest M62 which links Liverpool and Manchester. For local services, Tyldesley town centre has a number of shops and amenities, and there is further choice of local shopping in the neighbouring towns of Leigh, Westhoughton, Hindley and Atherton; major retail outlets and leisure facilities can be found within easy reach at Wigan, Bolton and St. Helens. There are three wellrespected Primary schools in Tyldesley, as well as a Secondary school which now has Arts College status. For fresh air and open country, Chat Moss is just a few minutes away, and is an area of peat bog and rich agricultural land which has a long and fascinating history, offering great opportunities for exploration on foot and by bicycle. The nearby cities of Manchester and Liverpool offer limitless shopping, leisure and entertainment, and the nearby M6, as well as Manchester’s orbital motorway system put Lakeland and Yorkshire, the Lancashire coast and North Wales within easy reach.
Commemorating the nearby Grade 2 Listed manor house known as The Garrett, the delightful development of Garrett Fields enjoys a serene and peaceful ambience, and resembles a settled, wellestablished village community. There is a green space for residents and their children to enjoy, and this welcome addition to the development embraces a well-established existing pond, which attracts a wide range of wildlife. There is no through traffic within the development, thanks to the quiet cul-de-sac avenues. With large interiors that make maximum use of available space, free-flowing communal areas bring together family rooms, dining rooms and kitchens, allowing for relaxed living and effortless entertainment of family and friends. Large windows ensure a wealth of natural light, whilst French doors from family areas open onto private rear gardens, creating whole new living spaces to enjoy during warmer weather. Ergonomically designed and fully fitted kitchens incorporate the maximum amount of work-surfaces, cupboards and storage areas; they also include brand-name cookers, ovens and fridge-freezers, which are integrated gracefully into the overall kitchen design. Bathrooms, cloakrooms and showerrooms feature white sanitary ware, complemented by polished chrome fittings. Interior areas are lit by downlighter illumination or pendant fittings whilst TV, telephone and communications points are provided to allow for the installation of individually selected home entertainment and media systems. Smoke alarms are fitted as standard and garages are supplied with lighting and mains electricity sockets.
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Figures shown are for illustrative purposes only. Please speak to a Mortgage Adviser for full details. Eligible applicants will be offered an equity loan of up to a maximum of 20% of the purchase price (based on the open market value). Applicants are required to fund at least 80% of the purchase price by means of a conventional mortgage, savings and any deposit where required. Applicants must obtain their conventional mortgage from a Qualified Lending Institution. For the first five years there is no fee charged on the equity loan component. At the start of year six a fee is collected of 1.75% of the market value of the property at the time the loan is entered into multiplied by the outstanding percentage under the equity loan, the annual fee of 1.75% will be uplifted by RPI + 1% p.a. The loan must be repaid after 25 years or earlier if you sell your home whereby the repayment sum will reflect up to 20% of the market value of the property at the time the property is sold or remortgaged. YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE.