We are proud to announce our new development, St George’s Walk, situated in the historic city of Lancaster. On the edge of the River Lune, approximately half a mile from the city centre, it’s perfectly positioned to enjoy city life at a quieter pace...
Starting its life as Roman Fort in 80AD, Lancaster is a vibrant university city with a rich history. From its lofty hilltop position, Lancaster Castle overlooks the city’s cobbled streets with their lively shops, bustling bars and chic restaurants – a rich past mixing perfectly with contemporary cultural activity. With our great choice of modern house designs to suit both first time buyers and larger families, and its enviable riverside location, St George’s Walk has so much to offer.
Owning a home at St George’s Walk means you’ll be able to enjoy all the many attractions Lancaster has to offer. Right on your doorstep, you can explore the city’s heritage as a centre for trade and import at the Maritime Museum. Also nearby, Ryelands Park and Quay Meadows provide welcome green spaces and the city’s Williamson’s Park is a popular visitor attraction and features 54 acres of parkland, walks and play areas. Other great days out include river cruises along the beautiful Lancaster Canal, the RSPB’s Leighton Moss and Morecambe Bay nature reserve with its abundance of special birds and wildlife, or a visit to one of Lancaster’s museums.
Situated on the edge of the River Lune, a short walk to the north of the city centre, St George’s Quay was built in 1750, during Lancaster’s Golden Age as a port. Our new development overlooks the River Lune and has direct access to picturesque riverside walks into the city centre or out into the peaceful countryside. Close by, the Carlisle and Millennium bridges offer footpaths to the north side of the river, and to the south, meaning access into the city is easy. Here you’ll find a fantastic choice of high street shops, cafes and restaurants. The Quay itself offers a range of amenities with some popular eateries.
There’s a wide choice of well-respected schooling in Lancaster, with its university being ranked in the top one percent of universities in the world. There’s also a great selection of sporting facilities and entertainment for you to enjoy including the Lancaster Grand Theatre and Vue cinema complex.
We’re excited about what this development has to offer and we hope you are too…So to find out more information please arrange an appointment.
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Reserve now and choose between a deposit contribution, Stamp Duty paid, or Finishing Touches. Which offer will you go for? Speak to our friendly sales teams to find out more.
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One of the best things about buying a new home is that you can choose to personalise it to make it yours from the day you move in.
Once your plot is reserved, you can start adding your own style and personality to every room with our range of styling options, upgrades and additional fixtures. This is your chance to visualise your perfect living space and create your very own dream home from day one.
Your choices will be added to your home at various stages of the build process, meaning the earlier you reserve your plot, the greater the selection available to you.
What would you choose from our Finishing Touches brochure?
2 bedroom flat
3 bedroom detached house
4 bedroom semi detached house
3 bedroom semi detached house
3 bedroom end terrace house
3 bedroom mid terrace house
2 bedroom semi detached house
4 bedroom detached house
If you would like to know more about Lancaster, please call 01524 230 737 and we will be happy to tell you more.
From Junction 34 of the M6 head into Lancaster following signs for the city centre
and follow the one-way system. At the junction with Penny Street
Bridge bear right and
follow the road down the hill. Get into the left lane and follow the signs for St George’s Quay, turning
left at the junction with Damside Street.
The development can be found on your left.
St George’s Walk is conveniently placed 3.5 miles from junction 34 of the M6, which links Manchester to the south and Carlisle to the north. Lancaster train station is one of the principal stations on the West Coast Main Line linking Greater London, the West Midlands, the North West, North Wales and the Central Belt of Scotland.
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Site layouts are intended for illustrative purposes only, and may be subject to change, for example, in response to market demand, ground conditions or technical and planning reasons. Trees, planting and public open space shown are indicative, actual numbers and positions may vary. Site plans does not form any part of a warranty or contract. Further information is available from a site sales advisor.
The dimensions shown are approximate and the precise measurements may vary.
For full details on the HM Government-backed Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme please visit www.helptobuy.gov.uk.
Every effort has been taken to ensure the information provided here is accurate however, particulars regarding local amenities and their distances are for general guidance only. Where schools and other educational facilities are mentioned they are intended to highlight their distance from the development and don’t represent a guarantee of admission or eligibility. Travel times and distances assume journeys are made by car. Times are likely to vary according to travel conditions and time of day.
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