Total Area: 1674 sq. ft.
Kitchen 5.16m x 3.40m 16'11" x 11'2"
Dining 3.49m x 2.68m 11'5" x 8'10"
Family 3.49m x 2.93m 11'5" x 9'7"
Family Room 4.34m x 2.59m 14'3" x 8'6"
Living 4.62m x 4.07m 15'2" x 13'4"
Cloaks 1.51m x 1.18m 4'11" x 3'10"
Utility 2.07m x 1.94m 6'9" x 6'4"
Garage 5.19m x 5.19m 17'0" x 17'0"
Bedroom 1 4.29m x 3.38m 14'1" x 11'1"
Bedroom 2 3.26m x 3.08m 10'8" x 10'1"
Bedroom 3 3.31m x 3.07m 10'10" x 10'1"
Bedroom 4 3.24m x 3.08m 10'8" x 10'1"
Bathroom 2.57m x 1.91m 8'5" x 6'3"
En Suite 1 2.39m x 2.25m 7'10" x 7'5"
En Suite 2 2.20m x 1.40m 7'3" x 4'7"
The Sandringham blends family-sized living areas with private spaces for work and relaxation, making it a truly impressive and adaptable modern home. With a 34ft family/dining/kitchen area, spacious separate lounge with an elegant bay window and separate dining room, there is a place for everyone. A family bathroom and four generously-sized bedrooms including a master en suite can be found on the first floor, while the garage provides plenty of space for 2 family cars.
Students have access to a number of primary, secondary and sixth form colleges in Warrington. Many have been recognised for their inclusive approach to education and rank as leading schools in Cheshire and throughout the North West. Examples include Bruche Primary School Academy, Callands Community Primary School, Grappenhall Heys Community Primary and Penketh. Notable high schools include Culcheth, Beamont Collegiate, Lymm High School, Bridgewater High and more. If you’re a parent, you’ll have peace of mind in knowing that your children are being kept safe and they are flourishing.
Nestled between Manchester and Liverpool, Warrington has phenomenal transport links. Three motorways, two train stations and close proximity to two airports have contributed to Warrington’s reputation as a desirable place to live. Drive into Manchester and appreciate the culture of one of the most dynamic cities in the country. Or travel to Liverpool and take in the sights and sounds of music, history and stunning architecture. Warrington also makes it easy to get to smaller cities like Leeds and Sheffield. Both places have a reputation for their lively nightlife and there’s a lot to do in the daytime as well.
A culinary hotspot of the North West, Warrington is packed with excellent restaurants, stellar bars and immersive cafes. For residents who enjoy a fancy meal, go to The Dining Room, which serves elevated British fare. Or try the Cinnamon Lounge, a family-friendly Indian restaurant creating some of the best curries in town. For a more relaxed dining experience, try Rudy’s Pizza, an incredible pizza restaurant ranked among the very best in the UK. Another option is Cork’s Out, a specialist wine bar that’s great for a relaxing evening of drinks and good company.
As a cultural powerhouse, Warrington is packed with exciting activities and venues in and outside of the town. Visit the Warrington Museum and Art Gallery, which houses a stunning range of artifacts from around the world. Spend the day karting with friends, take the family trampolining or have an unforgettable day at Gulliver’s World Resort. Outside Warrington, there’s several nature walks to enjoy. Wander around Sankey’s Valley Park and spot interesting wildlife. Take a leisurely stroll near Lymm Dam and zone out for a few hours. Head over to Moore Nature Reserve and exercise in the heart of nature.
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We've saved 723 tonnes of carbon via verified carbon offset projects and we have also purchased 300 tonnes of the Gola Rainforest Protection REDD+ project for future homes.