There's something for everyone at The Woodlands
With the picturesque Peak District National Park on your doorstep to the right and the cosmopolitan city of Manchester only 8 miles away to your left, The Woodlands is in a fantastic and sought-after location. The development's mix of 3 and 4 bedroom homes are perfectly designed for modern living, so whether you're buying your first home or need more space for your growing family, there's a home for you on this development.
- Choice of 3 and 4 bedroom homes
- Sought-after location 8 miles east of Manchester
- Great choice of schooling nearby for children of all ages
- Easy access to M67 and M60 motorways
- Stalybridge train station within walking distance
- Peak District national park on your doorstep
Located 8 miles east of Manchester, Stalybridge sits at the foot of the Pennine Way and straddles the River Tame, which forms part of the ancient boundary between Lancashire and Cheshire. The Woodlands is located in one of the most sought after areas of Tameside, and is conveniently located within a range of amenities including Stalyhill schools, Stalybridges's town centre, open countryside and access to the M60. The area's two main open spaces are Cheetham Park and Stamford Park and they both provide a great day out for all the family.
Walkers and those who love the outdoors will feel right at home here as The Woodlands is located next to the stunning Peak District national park ' Stalybridge even has its own summit called Wild Bank which rises to 1,309 feet. Grouse moors make up much of the upland areas of the town and the Stalybridge Country Park centres on two areas. Firstly, Carrbrook, overlooked by the majestic Buckton Castle and secondly, the Brushes Valley, with its four reservoirs running up into the Pennine Moors.
Stalybridge's town centre has all the shops you need for everyday necessities, with the nearby Ladysmith Shopping Centre at Ashton-under-Lyne just a short drive away. There's also the thriving city centre of Manchester close at hand if you need a full day's retail fix.
Stalybridge also has a rather unusual claim to fame as it hosts the public house with the longest name in Britain, 'The Old Thirteenth Cheshire Astley Volunteer Rifleman Corps Inn' and also the one with the shortest, 'Q'. We hear they are both very much worth a visit'
Houses feature many of the following: