Ashwood Park, Cheshire

Residential Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Ashwood Park Have?

Full residential tenure
Rural setting
Canalside location
Pet friendly
Broadband connection
Close to local amenities

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Ashwood Park is located in Cheshire, a fabulous county to explore at your own pace.  If you're retiring soon, or if you have the time on your hands to get to know the heart of England, there is no better opportunity than for you to settle in at Ashwood Park, based near Wincham.  This is a residential neighbourhood offering peace of mind and slow, tranquil living to all park homeowners.  It' is within easy access of a variety of popular local attractions, as well as a vast expanse of countryside and a series of canal walks you'll want to stroll down again and again.

The park is an excellent residential base to access towns and cities.  This development offers the best of both worlds - secluded, rural living, with plenty of links to the outside world.  You'll never feel too cut-off here.  At the same time, you'll never find your peace interrupted by the hustle and bustle of nearby cities and towns.  It is nestled deep within Cheshire's most stunning, verdant landscapes.  Therefore, you have all the more reason to come out and have a look for yourself.  

With new homes for sale, this community is fast becoming one of the premier sites for residential park living in the area.  With close links and beautiful views of the countryside, it is a dream idyll that many people will find extremely desirable.  With spaces getting taken up here all the time, it makes sense to book a viewing as soon as you can. 

About Ashwood Park

Ashwood Park is a private residential park which has grown over several years.  In that time, it's welcomed hundreds of couples and individuals who have been keen to escape the intensity of town and city living.  Moving here gives you a unique opportunity to embrace the English countryside, while still being in close reach of transport links and nearby amenities. 

Perfect for semi and full retirees who wish to spend their time in the heart of the countryside, the properties here are well-developed to allow for private living while still in a close-knit neighbourhood.  Available to residents aged 45 and over, you will be moving in alongside people who are likely to be after the same things in life as you. With ample parking and stunning landscaped gardens adorning the neighbourhood, it is a convenient, eye-catching resort which is only growing in popularity and size.

The nearby walks and landscape trails will inspire you, too, as will the Trent and Mersey canal, which offers spectacular waterside walks throughout the seasons.  There is something quite idyllic about a canalside location!  If the idea of getting back to nature speaks to you, you'll likely find the neighbourhood here to be quite appealing.

Don't worry about your everyday facilities and modern technology.  While the park a getaway from the hassles of modern living, you'll have access to broadband internet and more besides.  The community is even pet-friendly. Therefore, if you'd like to bring a dog or two to experience the walks of the area, you can feel free to move them in with you. 


The rural location is easier to get to and from than you might think. By merely heading for Northwich, you'll need to make sure you take the A559 towards A5509 (Chester), before taking a second exit on the roundabout towards the B5075, down Wattling Street.  Head down towards Chapel Street and then left onto Hawthorn Way, and you'll arrive at the park. 

The village of Wincham is superb for a variety of everyday amenities and facilities.  You'll only need to pop out briefly from the park itself to take on all your local shopping, pharmaceutical and restaurant needs.  However, as mentioned, the park is also close to Northwich, which is a market town with even more to offer regular visitors and park residents.  You'll find all your high street brands and a handful of supermarkets here, which means it shouldn't ever be too difficult for you to get access to weekly groceries.

While Ashwood Park may seem like a secluded spot, you will find that you can head out on the road - by car or public transport - to explore the area.  Large parking availability at the park itself means you can drive in and out of the park with ease.  However, public transport links are never too far away.  Northwich will also has transport links for you to explore the Cheshire area.

You'll likely want to take in the park community in all its glory before you head out anywhere, however!  Gloriously located with a stunning vantage point across the Cheshire countryside, it's a prime location for some truly magnificent landscape photography.  Whether you're keen to take on some nature walks or to explore the local history, you are never too far from the action. 

More About The Surrounding Area

Once you've moved, you'll likely want to plan a few trips to explore some of the biggest and best local attractions in the area.  Who can blame you?  It's worth taking a look at what the Cheshire tourist board has to offer. 

For example, you might want to take a trip out to view the historic Lion Salt Works up close, which you can see from afar near the park itself, or the splendorous Arley Hall and Gardens.  There are plenty of stately homes and curated garden spaces based in the local area.  It will be well worth you taking your own time to explore them in as close detail as you desire.

However, if you're more of a nature lover - particularly when it comes to wildlife - there are also plenty of reserves and animal centres based in the nearby area.  Of particular note is the Stockley Farm Birds of Prey Centre, which is home to some of the rarest and most elegant birds of the English countryside.  For a more verdant walk or a day out, you might even choose to take a trip to Stonyford Cottage Gardens, where you can feast your eyes on spectacular curated landscapes the county has to offer. 

Why Move to Ashwood Park?

The park has stood for some time as a premier spot for park home living.  However, it is fast becoming the big name in residential retirement homes the county over.  Its prime location for access to nearby towns, attractions and cities, as well as its spectacular views of the beautiful countryside, have helped to position it as the first choice for many people looking to explore Cheshire.  It's a county full of brilliant surprises.  It makes sense that people would want to set up home here in a community they can trust for peace, quiet, and the utmost in security.

The development is not off the beaten track but is likely going to be the closest you will get to an idyllic, private neighbourhood with so much access to fantastic facilities.  Properties are for sale as part of ongoing development, which means that while spaces will be opening up in time to come, the park is only likely to grow more popular.  Therefore, as always, it's a good idea to head down for a viewing as soon as you are physically able to attend!

Ashwood Park could be your perfect escape to Cheshire, whether for retirement or semi-retired living amongst like-minded individuals.  Take a chance on leaving behind the hustle and bustle of everyday life.


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