The market town of Chorley is within easy reach of other historic locations in Lancashire, including Preston and Bolton. Our new build homes in Chorley provide ideal opportunities for first-time buyers and families to settle in the peaceful Lancashire countryside.
In Chorley town centre you’ll find the Market Walk Shopping Centre, with an outdoor parade containing a variety of outlets, while Chorley Market is a large outdoor market where you can sample a range of local food and drink, including the well-known Chorley cake. Just off the motorway is Botany Bay, a large indoor outlet and garden centre built into an old mill, where there are a number of shops, bazaars, childrens’ activities and a food hall that make for a day out for the whole family.
Things to do
On the outskirts of the town you’ll find Yarrow Valley Country Park, which stretches for 6 miles along the River Yarrow. Take a walk through many woodland trails and take in the scenery and wildlife, and with a number of adventure playgrounds and cafes along the way it’s ideal for a family day out. Chorley has a number of manor houses in the town, including Astley Hall and Heskin Hall, which give an insight into the history of the town, while the vast gardens and parkways that surround them make them ideal for walks and picnics. Travel just outside of the town and find the Heskin Farmers Market, where you’ll find local produce, handmade gifts and the opportunity to get creative in workshops, there are also a number of cafes and delis for a spot of lunch during your visit.
Junction 8 of M61, provides access to the nearby cities of Preston and Manchester as well as other towns in Lancashire, including Bolton, Blackburn and Wigan. Chorley train station lies on the Manchester to Preston line, ideal for commuters. For air travel, both Manchester and Liverpool John Lennon Airport are within an hours’ drive of the town.
Now is a great time to Buy
Low Interest Rates
With interest rates currently at 0.75%, monthly mortgage payments for new buyers are much more affordable than they have been for some time. There’s never been a better time to buy a new home and take advantage of the low interest rates while they last.
Changes to Stamp Duty
As a First Time Buyer there's no Stamp Duty on homes up to the value of £300,000, which could save you anywhere up to £5,000. If you're buying one of our homes between £300,000 - £500,000 you'll pay 5% of this amount
Competitive Mortgage Deals
There’s no shortage of competitive mortgages available. With lenders competing to offer low interest products and better deals, it’s a buyers’ market and an ideal time to consider buying a new build home.