Imagine Park in Liverpool
About Imagine Park
Here at Imagine Park you'll see a well established new development of one, two, three and four bedroom family homes. Great schools, commuter links, shops and a short drive from the centre of Liverpool means that it's the ideal place to settle down. We're now building on phase 2 of the development with two brand new Show Homes now open to have a look around.
Houses feature many of the following:
From Imagine Park, Liverpool, it's simple to get around. Residents can enjoy easy access to the M62, which opens doors to the rest of the North West and beyond.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is less 1mile away offering a growing list of destinations around the world. Imagine Park is only 7 miles from Liverpools busy town centre, whilst vibrant Manchester is only a 46 minute drive away.
Liverpool City Centre is world renowned for its culture, heritage and modern shopping facilities. Its reputation precedes it for any local or visitor to the North West region, and living close by in Imagine Park will ensure residents can experience the best this city has to offer, whilst still being able to escape the hustle and bustle of the city at home.
Liverpool provides visitors and residents alike, access to traditional markets and contemporary shopping, in a rural setting. Ideas for day trips include 'Catalyst', a groundbreaking science and chemistry museum, Halton Castle and Norton Priory.
There is a great range of Primary and Secondary schools nearby, and fantastic College's to attend.
Excellent transport links allow you to travel with ease to Liverpool City Centre in less than 30 minutes. The M62 provides direct links to vibrant Manchester and Warrington, as well as to the M6 and M60. Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Liverpool South Parkway train station are on your doorstep, providing rail services to Manchester, Liverpool, Southport and Birmingham for easy commuting.
Speke Hall, Garden and Estate. Speke Hall is a rare Tudor timber-framed manor house in a most unusual setting on the banks of the River Mersey. Restored and brought back to life in the 19th century, it is a unique and beautiful mixture of Tudor simplicity and Victorian Arts and Crafts' aesthetics.
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