Carrwood Park is a residential park designed for mature residents over the age of fifty set in the picturesque village of Walton-le-Dale with the fabulous River Ribble View and close distance to the lively city of Preston.
Carrwood Park is an excellent place for retirement with the downsizing from a house to a static home and the parks brilliant location and tranquillity. The Park itself is set in a beautiful, ancient woodlands with excellent wildlife which include sightings of both Bluebells in Summer months and Deer in the Winter. There is a brilliant range of models to choose from designed and crafted by leading park home manufacturers that are fully-furbished with landscaped gardens are designed to make brilliant use of space, good money-value and luxury.
For those wishing to create their own unique special and personal static home plots are available for sale. Buyers will be provided with advice and assistance from the park home owners. There is a bus stop conveniently at the entrance of the park and residents can enjoy easy access to all the facilities within Walton-le-Dale. This includes a Spar convenience store at a five-minute walking distance from the park and a quick easy five-minute walk from the park to The Hunters Pub and Dining with a great selection of both bespoke meals and pub classics as well as live sports being shown.
The park is located just of the M6 which means travelling to cities and towns is quicker and easier Preston city centre is three-miles from Carrwood Park and offers a great range of things to do and see. Preston is home to beautiful gardens and parks including the lush, green WInkley Square and the extensive, scenic Avenham and Miller Parks which offer great walking routes with picturesque scenery. The Harris Museum displays a brilliant collection of fine and modern art and he Guild Hall is a stunning venue to a variety of entertainment including pantomime, live music, public lectures, comedy and more.
There is a market open five days a week both indoor and outdoor with stall holders selling a range of goods from locally-sourced foodstuffs to household items and clothing.Not only do the markets make Preston a great shopping location- there is also a range of independent stores and many of the loved high-street retailers which are based in the city's two shopping centre. There are many great places to eat in Preston from local friendly pubs to stylish bars and independent cafes as well as fine-dining restaurants and bistros. .