Meadow Park, Lancashire

Residential Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Meadow Park Have?

For retired/semi-retired
Secluded, semi-rural location
Views of countryside


Meadow Park is a stunning, peaceful park designed for mature residents. The park is situated in a secluded, semi-rural location in the village and civil parish of Tarleton- eight miles from Leyland and within easy access of Preston and Southport.
The park has stunning landscaped gardens and lush greenery with trees that enclose and nestle the park. The park is surrounded by picturesque views of the natural Lancashire countryside scenery which adds to the rural and pastoral feel and well-maintained park homes create a stylish park aesthetic. The park is in a superb location in the heart of the Lancashire countryside in a tranquil village and a convenient close-walking distance from bus links.


Tarleton is a small village with a lively and friendly village community. The heart of the village is a mere half-mile from the park and takes less than ten minutes to walk to. This means residents are close to all the village has to offer which includes the delicious Chocolate Rooms café and local friendly pub Cock and Bottle. Within the village there is also a medical centre, library and convenience store as well as local shops and eateries. Tarleton is a peaceful countryside village with scenic green views and the picturesque River Douglas backdrop which also makes it ideal for a tranquil walk or picnic destination. There is also a hairdressers and beauty salon within the village.
Leyland takes less than twenty minutes to access from the park when driving and offers a good choice of shopping, eating out, local events and many attractions. Residents will enjoy Leyland market which is open three days a week and sells a range of locally-sourced, delicious foodstuffs as well as clothing, household products and other various items. On the town's outskirts is the hidden gem of Worden Park. The stunning historical natural landscape has a beautiful mature woodland, open meadows and is home to a walled-garden, crazy golf, coffee shop and craft centre workshops.
The city of


is approximately a half-an-hour drive away from Meadow Park. Preston is an ideal day-out for residents with grandchildren due to the many family-fun activities the city offers. This includes The Harris Art Gallery which is suited for all ages. You can participate in family-friendly events such as creating your own contemporary craft as well as explore the wide range of exhibitions which ranges from artefacts from Lancashire's own history to contemporary and modern art. The city is also home to the Guild-Hall and Charter Theatre which makes a day-trip to Preston well-worth it with the opportunity to watch entertainment including stand-up comedy, live music, amateur dramatics and more in an architecturally-stunning building.
Residents of the park also benefit from being half-an-hour away from Southport. Southport has twenty-two miles of stunning golden coastline and is a lively-town with a good collection of local and high-street retailers and well as an extensive range of eateries. Residents who enjoy golf will be delighted to know Southport is home to The Royal Birkdale Golf Club which is listed as one of the top-five best golf clubs in the UK!
For luxury park home living and a new tranquil way of life in the heart of Lancashire and close to the county's great towns and cities- be sure to visit Meadow Park.


Meadow Park