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Ideal for first time buyers, young professionals and growing families, Sycamore Grove offers a range of superb 3 and 4 bedroom homes providing something for all lifestyles, whatever your needs.
Burnley has breath-taking Pennine views, surrounded by moors that attract walkers, bikers and tourists. You can walk around Towneley Hall with characters from the past, or take part in fun runs through Padiham Greenway, enjoy theatre performance at The Mechanics and in the park or visit exhibitions of sculptures or paintings at Gawthorpe Hall.
Burnley is a thriving market town situated in the heart of East Lancashire, and 25 miles from Preston. It is within an hour's drive of Leeds, Liverpool and Manchester and boasts a highly skilled manufacturing sector.
Burnley has excellent road networks, the M65 offers fast, direct connections to the M60 and M66 to Manchester. The M6 and M56 to the Preston area, the coastal resorts and the Lake District and the M62 or A646 to Leeds.
The town has two railway stations; Burnley Manchester Road operates services west to Preston and Blackpool and east to Leeds and York. A direct train to Manchester Victoria operates with a journey time of just 52 minutes. Burnley Central provides local services west to Blackpool and Preston (where all trains to major destinations in the country can be caught) and east to Nelson and Colne.
There is an excellent choice of primary and secondary schools, as well as Burnley College offering a wide-range of further education courses. The University Campus on Princess Way is just five minutes walk from Burnley town centre. Here you can find a modern shopping centre, multi-screen cinema, bowling alley, leisure centre, art gallery and plenty of nightlife. The town also houses two stately homes and museums, along with the popular Burnley Mechanics theatre which hosts touring comedians, musical arts and amateur dramatics.
There are many sports, leisure centres and golf courses within easy reach offering a huge variety of sports to suit all tastes.
There are several large parks in the town, including Towneley Park, once the deer park for the 15th century Towneley Hall and three winners of the Green Flag Awards, including Queens Park, which hosts a summer season of brass band concerts each year, and Thompson Park.
Unwind and enjoy Burnley's waterways - the canal, rivers and reservoirs are great places to escape to: walk by the river, take a boat rip along the canal or go windsurfing or sailing on the reservoirs. From Reedley Marina to Hapton Boat Yard via the Weavers' Triangle this part of the canal is a fascinating place to visit.
The iconic Singing Ringing Tree which stands high above Burnley on Crown Point Moor has been named in the top 10 pieces of 'sound art' in the world. The splendid views over the town to the hills beyond make a visit for a closer inspection of this amazing artwork an absolute must.
Each year Burnley hosts the two-day Burnley National Blues Festival, one of the largest Blues festivals in the country. Burnley Football Club are based at the Turf Moor Football Stadium.
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