Great Eccleston is a truly hidden treasure of The Fylde – that gentle tapestry of green and rural England that stretches eastward between the Lancashire coast and the rising Pennines. Welcoming, well maintained and attractive, Great Eccleston village is a hub of local activity, thanks to its vibrant community, its thriving independent shops, and no less than three well supported pubs! In addition, there’s a cricket club, two village Primary schools, a market every Wednesday, a Farmers’ Market each month and a very popular annual Agricultural Show in July.
Great Eccleston is close to the east-west A586 and M55, putting Cleveleys, Blackpool and the Lancashire coast within easy reach. In addition, Preston is just over 10 miles away, so there’s plenty of choice for shopping, leisure and entertainment – plus there are some excellent secondary and further education establishments in the area, with major universities at both Preston and Lancaster. The north-south M6 is also easily accessible, bringing the Lake District, Manchester and Liverpool within comfortable driving distance. The local countryside is a delight to discover on foot and by bicycle; its proximity to the sea attracts all manner of bird life and the nearby River Wyre provides a further haven for flora and fauna. In addition, there are many small and inviting villages that give this little-explored area of The Fylde exceptional character and uniqueness.
Located on the edge of the village of Great Eccleston, Thorne Meadows is a beautiful development of family homes in a range of sizes and styles. Greenery and mature trees are integral to the layout, and the development includes a pond, as well as open areas for wildlife and recreation. The roads are laid out in a cul-de-sac pattern, which means there is no through traffic. Properties are provided with garden areas to the front along with either a garage or dedicated parking space.
The properties at Thorne Meadows are designed for relaxed and easy-going daily life, with wellplanned open-plan spaces connecting kitchen, dining and family areas. Large and carefully placed windows ensure that properties are flooded with plenty of natural light and French doors link indoor family areas to rear gardens, allowing for easy enjoyment of outdoor life when the weather is warm. Fully fitted kitchens incorporate generous work-surfaces and storage space and integral brand-name appliances include cooker, oven and fridge-freezer. Bathrooms, cloakrooms and en-suites feature pure white designer sanitaryware with easy to maintain polished chrome fittings. Key living areas are fitted with downlighters plus TV, telephone and communications points are strategically placed for installation of home entertainment and other media systems. Smoke alarms are supplied as standard and garages are fitted with lighting plus 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.