The delightful Lancashire village of Euxton has a heritage to be proud of; Romans marched through here along Old Watling Street, King Edward I granted the hamlet a market charter in 1301, and King Charles II lodged here in 1651. These days, Euxton is a thriving village and is made up of small, friendly communities. Surrounded by countryside, yet close to local towns, Euxton is also near to excellent local transport links, including the M6, connecting to The Lake District, Blackpool, Liverpool and The Midlands - and the M61, for Manchester, Leeds and beyond. Euxton also has rail links to Liverpool, Preston, Chorley and Manchester. There are no less than three Primary schools in the village, with an excellent choice of Secondary schools in Chorley and Leyland – whilst both Preston and Lancaster each have excellent Further Education colleges and universities. Together, nearby Preston, Leyland and Chorley offer an impressive choice of supermarkets and stores, as well as independent shops, regular markets, plus a wide range of restaurants, bars and entertainment venues. For days out, Southport, Blackpool and the Lancashire coast are within easy reach and to the east, the rising moors of the Pennines offer plenty of opportunity for exploration by car, bicycle and on foot. A little to the north is the delightful Forest of Bowland, a peaceful and selfcontained rural landscape of stone-built villages, woodlands and high hills leading eastwards towards the Yorkshire Dales.
Pear Tree Grange is a delightfully self-contained village community with a quiet, relaxed village atmosphere. There are extensive green spaces and open areas, whilst quiet cul-de-sac avenues ensure peace, privacy and a lack of through traffic. Within the development, there is a wide range of properties to choose from including mews, semidetached and detached family homes. Property interiors are light, airy and spacious, with free-flowing family and communal spaces that embrace lounge areas, dining rooms and kitchens. Large windows ensure that there is a wealth of natural light, whilst French doors open onto private rear gardens. Ergonomically designed and fully integrated fitted kitchens include plenty of worksurfaces, cupboards and storage areas; kitchens benefit from a comprehensive selection of brandname appliances that include hob, double oven and fridge-freezer. Bathrooms, cloakrooms and shower-rooms are finished with pure white designer sanitaryware, complemented by polished chrome fittings.
Principal interior areas benefit from downlighters or pendant fittings, whilst TV, telephone and communications points are placed strategically throughout properties for the custom-fitting of individually specified home entertainment and media systems. Smoke alarms are fitted as standard and garages are supplied with lighting and mains electricity sockets.
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.