The seaside town of Lytham St Annes, lying adjacent to the golden sand dunes of St Annes Beach, is a much sought-after location enjoying outstanding scenery looking across the Ribble Estuary. Featuring a stylish range of two, three, four and five bedroom detached homes, our new development Coastal Dunes is sure to have your dream home.
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Few locations offer so many attractions whilst retaining their rural charm. Nearby St Annes-on-Sea boasts a beautiful Victorian Pier as well as amusement rides, shops and caf??s. For more quiet leisure activities, the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District National Park offer stunning countryside and are under an hour away. In neighbouring Lytham, a stroll along the seafront will take you past the famous Lytham Windmill, a Grade Two listed building, and onto Lytham centre where you'll find a selection of independent shops, boutiques and restaurants. Naturally, the seafront offers a number of leisure activities - the island, trips out on pedalos and canoes, and the seafront boardwalk are just a few popular pastimes. The area also plays host to trendy events such as the Kite Festival and Lytham Proms.
Well-served by both state and independent schools and perfectly positioned for commuters, Coastal Dunes really offers the best of both worlds.
Leave M6 at junction 32 and join the M55 to the
end. Continue left onto the A5230. At the roundabout, take the third exit onto
progress way/A5230. Continue on the A5230 onto Squires Gate Lane to the end at
the traffic lights turn left onto Clifton drive and the development will shortly
be on your left.
Lytham St Annes is an excellent place to shop. There are a number of designer boutiques, stylish restaurants, continental markets and flourishing gardens. There is also a Booths supermarket with specialist fish, meat and deli departments for your weekly food shop.
With its coastal location adjacent to sandy dunes there is plenty to do in the area. The internationally recognised golf courses regularly play host to the Golf Open Championship, attracting visitors from all over the world. Nearby is an incredible choice of leisure and entertainment, St Annes-on-Sea???s Victorian Pier is a popular attraction, and the seafront offers many activities suitable for the whole family from pedalo rides to seafront boardwalks.
Annual events such as the Kite Festival and the Lytham Proms are very popular. For those who enjoy the outdoors there a number of fantastic local walking routes and the stunning countryside of the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District National Park are less than an hour???s drive away.
There is a great choice of local schooling- the area is well served by both state and independent schools. Many schools encourage ???walk-to-school??? clubs because of the strong community spirit. The Blackpool and The Flyde College provides excellent further education for the area, offering apprenticeships and higher education courses.
The town is perfectly positioned just a short drive from the M55 motorway. This connects to the M6 in under 30 minutes.
St Annes-on-Sea and Squires Gate train stations both lie on the Blackpool line with easy access to Preston.
There are plenty of health services in the local area. A number of GP surgeries are close by, a Morrisons and Co-Op pharmacy, as well as dental practices and Eyedeal Vision for spectacles and contact lenses.