Lamaleach Park, Lancashire

Properties at Lamaleach Park

Omar Newmarket 36x20 Lamaleach Park


Omar Newmarket 36x20 Lamaleach Park




Residential Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Lamaleach Park Have?

Gold Shield Registered
David Bellamy Gold Award
North West in Bloom
Bus Stop at park entrance
Exclusively for Over-50s
Tranquil atmosphere


Lamaleach Park is a spacious residential park designed for the retired and semi-retired over fifty. The park is set in a tranquil semi-rural location in the quiet village of Freckleton and is only four miles away from the coastal gem of Lytham St.Annes.

Lamaleach park is spacious with plenty of recreational areas and picturesque woodland with a stream, park benches and designated bird-watching areas. The park also benefits from a resident’s club where a friendly community has been established with activities such as a bingo night and a weekly games night. Lamaleach also enjoys the benefit of its own hairdressers and CCTV. The local village of Freckleton includes friendly pubs such as The Coach and Horses, restaurants like Lorenzo’s Pizzeria and of course Bakers and Coffee Shops. Less than half a mile from the Lamaleach Park is a Tesco Express where there is also a bus stop providing access to Blackpool, Lytham, Wigan and Leigh. A ten-minute walk from the park will also take you to a doctor’s surgery, and a fifteen-minute walk leads you to the post office. A twelve-minute car journey from the park takes you to the beautiful town of Lytham St.Annes, which in 2007 was voted the best town to live in the world.

Freckleton high street is full of independent retailers, cafes and bars. The town has many eateries ranging from local pub grub in The Ship to high-quality fine-dining restaurants such as Gusto and Spago. Lamaleach park is only a twenty-minute car journey from the city of Preston which is an ideal shopping hub with its extensive range of high street stores located at the St. George’s and Fishergate shopping centres. Although if you fancy something a bit quieter, Avenham Park in Preston is a popular walking destination with its picturesque backdrop of the River Ribble and delicious café serving homemade goods. Preston railway station also offers travel to as far as Edinburgh and London and destinations in-between. The homes on the park are all built with modern energy efficiency and high insulation levels. Each home comes with plaster-boarded internal walls for excellent fire and sound insulation alongside cabinet furniture, double glazing, landscaped parking areas and soft furnished bedroom and kitchen units. The homes come with a ten-year gold shield warranty and the excellent maintenance of the park received Lamaleach the Gold Award from ‘North West in Bloom’ for the best-kept park in the North West of England.


Lamaleach Park
Lamaleach Drive