Ideal for first time buyers, young professionals and growing families, Harwood Chase offers a range of superb 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes providing something for all lifestyles, whatever your needs.
Harwood is a suburb 2 1/2 miles north east of Bolton, Greater Manchester in the West Pennine Moors, 4 1/2 miles west of Bury and 12 miles north of Manchester city centre.
Bolton, the UK's biggest town is encircled by several smaller towns and villages that together form the Metropolitan Borough of Bolton which is surrounded by beautiful countryside, Rivington, Barrow Bridge, Jumbles Country Park, Moses Gate Country Park and Smithills Country Park all are worth visiting.
20 miles to Manchester Airport and 35 miles to Liverpool John Lennon Airport, both are within easy reach for national and international flights.
Harwood Chase is also situated a short drive away from the M60, M61 and M6 motorway network. The nearest railway station is located at Hall i'th' Wood within walking distance and Bolton benefits from one of Greater Manchester's busiest rail stations and has a great bus service with routes all over the North West region, perfect for commuters.
There is an excellent choice of primary and secondary schools within the Harwood area, as well as nearby Bolton College offering a wide-range of further education courses. Bolton University is primarily situated on an urban campus between Deane Road and Derby Street in Bolton, it is served by Manchester Airport, which runs a direct train service. Bolton School, an independent day school, on Chorley New Road, comprises a co-educational nuresery, co-educational infant school, single sex junior schools and single sex senior schools including sixth forms, it is one of the largest independent day schools in the country.
Football club Bolton Wanderers play homes games at the Macron Stadium and there are many sports, leisure centres and golf courses within easy reach offering a huge variety of sports to suit all tastes.
Cultural interests and entertainment venues include the Albert Hall and Octagon Theatres and the Bolton Museum and Art Gallery which hosts an excellent collection of Egyptian artefacts and the only public aquarium in Greater Manchester, as well as one of the earliest public libraries established after the Public Libraries Act 1850. Other museums in the town include Hall I'th' Wood, Smithills Hall and Bolton Steam Museum.
The main shopping centres in Bolton town centre are Market Place which incorporates the renovated Victorian Market Hall and Crompton Place. The town also boasts an award-wining market with over 300 stalls, this is situated on Ashburner Street, market days are Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Middlebrook Retail Park on the outskirts of the town is one of the biggest and best shopping parks in the UK.
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