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Charles Church - D'Urton Heights, PR3

Prices from £102,995 to £424,995

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Semi-rural living with city highlights nearby

D'Urton Heights is our new Charles Church development in Broughton, Preston. Boasting a wide choice of house styles, you’re sure to find a home to suit you perfectly.

  • 4 miles north of Preston city centre
  • A range of freehold 2,3,4, and 5 bedroom homes
  • The development will appeal to first time buyers, young professionals and families alike
  • Excellent road and rail links
  • One of Lancashire’s premier shopping destinations
  • 2 year Charles Church builders warranty
  • 10 year LABC warranty

D'Urton Heights is located in the village and civil parish of Broughton, on the northern outskirts of Preston, Lancashire. With revitalised docks and marina, the 160 miles of footpath and bridleways, and a fantastic shopping environment, the thriving city of Preston has plenty of things to see and do.

Preston has a number of historical, green spaces. Residents can enjoy a walk through Avenham Park, which was formed from a natural amphitheatre. With its famous Japanese rock garden, riverside Ribble Walk, and year-round outdoor events, the park is a great choice for families.

The city boasts great shopping facilities, with its selection of high street names; bustling Victorian arcades and outdoor markets selling fresh produce; and speciality shops in quaint, traditional streets. Taking a break from shopping, why not enjoy lunch at one of the many eateries and pubs available at Preston’s waterfront.

Great local schooling on your doorstep

Residents of D'Urton Heights can take advantage of the excellent range of local schooling nearby, including the Ofsted 'Outstanding' Broughton-in-Amounderness CE Primary School, Broughton High School, Kirkham Grammar School, and St Mary's and St Andrew's Catholic Primary School.

In addition to the Preston Guild Wheel, a 21-mile cycle path that circles the city, there’s a good choice of walking routes on your doorstep. You’ll have easy access to the Cockshott, Holland and Mosney woods; the Brockholes wetland and woodland nature reserve; and slightly further afield, the Yarrow Valley Country Park in Chorley.

With good travel connections, together with a selection of modern family homes, beautiful surrounding countryside and closeness to Preston, D'Urton Heights could be your ideal place to call home.

Transport

D'Urton Heights is extremely well connected, with close proximity to the M55 and M6 motorways.

Preston railway station is a hub for connecting rail services in the North West and has direct rail links to numerous cities in the UK. The station is on the West Coast Main Line with long distance train services to London Euston to the south and Scotland to the north.

There are 5 different bus operators serving Preston, and Blackpool International Airport (16 miles) and Manchester Airport (40 miles) are nearby.

Disclaimers

Images depict typical Charles Church house type. All room dimensions are subject to +/- 50mm tolerance. This information is for guidance only and does not form any part of any contract or constitute a warranty. All information correct at time of publication and is subject to change. Please check specification by contacting the development directly.