Bridgewater View is conveniently situated in the leafy village of Daresbury, Cheshire. It’s just a stone’s throw away from Daresbury Business Park and is close to both Warrington and Runcorn. The Bridge Water View development offers the best of both worlds. It provides country living and stunning views of the Bridgewater Canal, as well as excellent amenities including the multi-occupied, internationally renowned Sci-Tech Daresbury Science Park and transport links to Runcorn, Warrington, and Altrincham.
The country village and parish of Daresbury is the perfect place to raise a family and the area boasts ten primary and secondary schools within its catchment, including Daresbury Primary School within the village itself. The community feel of Daresbury village allows for a close knit, sociable schooling experience. Daresbury Primary School is a small, mixed, inclusive school with a varied and engaging curriculum. Daresbury is also home to several secondary schools including Sandymoor Ormiston Academy and Bridgewater High School.
Superbly located just off the A56, Bridgewater View provides easy access to Manchester, Chester, and Liverpool. The city of Runcorn is just a ten-minute drive from Daresbury, as are the areas of Widnes and Frodsham. Warrington city centre is a fourteen-minute drive from the village of Daresbury. Flagship areas of public interest including Creamfields music festival, the Lewis Carroll Centre, and Sci-Tech Daresbury are situated within the village. Commuters will benefit from easy access to Daresbury Park bus station, Warrington Central train station, Runcorn East train station and the A56 dual carriageway.
There are a wide variety of local eateries in the village of Daresbury including country pubs such as The Ring O’ Bells. This offers a contemporary British pub lunch and comes with a spacious, green outdoor seating area and views of both the high street and All Saints’ Vicarage. The All Saints’ Vicarage is home to the Lewis Carroll Centre. The Steam Bake & Grill restaurant in Daresbury offers a cosy, casual atmosphere and a friendly environment with light bites, British classics, and foods of the world.
The leafy community of Daresbury village has a close-knit, friendly feel. This attractive green suburbia comes with a range of cultural activities and attractions for all the family, including The Lewis Carroll Centre, a visitor attraction for fans of the Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland author. Daresbury is home to the internationally renowned Sci-Tech Daresbury business park, which acts as a research facility and multi-functional workplace. Green spaces aplenty, there are many places to take the children and dogs for a walk including Daresbury Firs, a beautiful woodland area, well upheld by the local council and suitable for children, dogs and bike rides.