Find the perfect mix of modern living alongside a traditional, laidback lifestyle.
Relaxed Country Living
Wander down Sandbach high street and find a whole range of highly recommended pubs, restaurants, cafes and independent shops. From artisan pizzas at Noughts & Crosses, world beers at The Beer Emporium and carefully curated cocktails at Raffaele, there’s something for everyone. Along with a Waitrose supermarket, Costa Coffee, Boots and Nationwide Building Society find everything you need in Sandbach or visit nearby Crewe for an even wider range of shops.
Markets have been held in the town for centuries, and with Sandbach’s history dating back as early as the Doomsday book, the area is rich in history, including the famous 9th Century Saxon Crosses that still stand in the cobbled Market Square today.
Families with children of all ages will benefit from the close proximity of several schools including the Offley Primary Academy, Sandbach Boys School, St John’s CE Primary and the prestigious Sandbach High School and Sixth Form.
Carefree Commutes to Manchester & Crewe
Broadmeadow Park lies five miles to the north east of Crewe and its station, which is a major junction on the West Coast Main Line. Sandbach station itself, less than a mile from the development, offers regular services to Crewe. With numerous bus stops with routes to and from Crewe, Sandbach town centre and surrounding towns and villages within a five to 15 minute walk of Broadmeadow Park, you’ll be well connected however you travel. By car Junction 17 of the M6 motorway is just over two miles from Broadmeadow Park.
Further afield is the beautiful Cheshire countryside criss-crossed with public footpaths and bridleways for rewarding walks with breathtaking views. Explore the nearby rolling hills of the Peak District, whilst being under an hour away from the buzz of Manchester city centre.