Fairview Park is a residential park for members over the age of fifty. The park is designed for retired and semi-retired buyers looking for a peaceful way of life within the quiet, natural village of Wrenbury.
Buyers have the option to either immediately buy a home reserve a plot and create a personalised ideal home from scratch. The immediate occupation homes are designed for comfort, space and convenience with each home featuring a block paved drive and landscaped garden. The park currently has thirteen residential homes on site. The homes include gas central heating, double glazing and are superbly insulated. The park is pet friendly, has disability access and intends to create a friendly village community spirit.
The park is located less-than-a-minute walk to the Wrebury railway station and bus stops. The village of Wrenbury itself has a post office, doctor’s surgery and general stores. Two local friendly pubs are found within the village- The Cotton Arms and the Dusty Miller- which both serve locally-sourced fresh food. The Wrenbury canal is the perfect setting for scenic walks and he Wrenbury Mill Marina offers boat and canal hire for a leisurely cruise. Sports facilities at the village Recreation Ground include a pavilion, bowling green, tennis courts, multi-use games area and football pitches.
The town of Nantwich is just over twelve miles from the park. Nantwitch is home to Nantwich Museum, Nantwich Players Theatre and Nantwich Indoor and Outdoor Market which is open three days a week and sells an array of goods including fresh, local produce. The Nantwich Civic Hall is a venue for a wide range of events from keep-fit classes to jazz concerts to opera shows. The town is steeped in history and has many Grade on historic buildings which can be explored through the Town’s historical walks. The town has local delicious eateries including quirky independent cafes and is home to a renowned food festival. The city of Chester is twenty-miles from the park. The lively city has great attractions including the famous Chester Zoo which is perfect for a day out with the grandchildren. The city is home to a thousand-year-old cathedral, a falconary and nature park, a state-of-the-art theatre, library, cinema and arts centre, an aquarium, spas and many more exiting leisurely places to visit. The city is also packed with many different shops including the famous Cheshire Oaks outlet.