Perhaps "The" road to live on in the picturesque village of Croston, is Drinkhouse Road and set back off this Drinkhouse Road you shall find Yarrow Croft, an exclusive new development with just 4 executive detached homes, each enjoying a plot of around 0.5 acres and amazing open rural views over Croston moss. NB: This listing is for plot number 1 on the site and is a one-off in terms of its layout.
The accommodation spans over 3,000 sq ft and in brief includes: large reception hall with galleried landing overlooking and glass frontage, formal living room, separate snug, large open kitchen diner, laundry room, ground floor WC, integrated double garage, first floor landing with glazed front elevation looking out to the communal courtyard to the front, principle bedroom with en suite shower room and dressing room off and three further double bedrooms, each also benefiting from an en suite shower room. NB: As the property is currently under construction, site viewings are strictly by appointment only. Completion is due summer 2023 and those reserving early may benefit from being able to chose some aspects of the fixtures and fittings and as 1 of the 4 homes here is already reserved, early viewing is highly recommended.
About the Builder
With roots long established in the Tarleton and Hesketh Bank area, Bella Homes NW Ltd. are perhaps the areas only independently owned and operated professional new homes builders. Specialising in select developments of individual builds, Bella Homes are known for high quality family homes of distinction, with each property crafted to a high specification and sure to evoke envy amongst those lucky enough to have experienced first-hand one of their amazing properties.
About the Local Area
Croston is a small picturesque village between Chorley and Southport and has the River Yarrow running through it. Within the village are local schools, bus stops, independent shops as well as historic public houses and the magnificent St Michael’s and All Angels’ Church and excellent rated schools, making the village close-knit and semi rural, yet with all the creature comforts and necessities just a short distance away. Croston village also has excellent transport links via rail and a short drive to the mortorway network, making it handily situated for commuters.