A new development is taking place at a park in rural Cheshire. Homes for all budgets will be available, from £110,000 to £300,000, at Riverside Park. It’s a small development, of only eight plots. The delightful address – Riverside Mill Lane – gives a strong clue to the park’s situation; all the plots have river views.
Riverside Park, in the parish of Whitegate and Marton, five miles from Northwich, is an ideal location for people who enjoy walking and other outdoor pursuits.
The park overlooks the River Weaver. Golf, fishing, walking, sailing and cycling opportunities are all close to the park. You can walk along the river to Northwich or Winsford, or play golf at Vale Royal or Sandiway golf courses. You can also walk the Sandstone Trail, Whitegate Way or the Delamere Forest Loop.
The Sandstone Trail stretches 34 miles from Frodsham in Cheshire to Whitchurch in the north of Shropshire. The Whitegate Way is a six-mile, easy-walking route which follows an ancient train track from Winsford to Cuddington.
The Delamere Loop is a 22-mile route that includes bridleways and surfaced roads. The loop runs from partway along the Whitegate Way around in a circle, taking in Delamere Forest, Primrosehill Wood, and Little Budworth Country Park. The route is largely on flat ground.
Two homes are already sited at Riverside. These are a Tingdene Havana and a Pathfinder Evolution.
A Willerby Delamere – the top-spec and most luxurious of Willerby’s residential, park home range – will be sited at Riverside just after the NEC caravan show; the 40ft x 20ft Delamere is on display at the show. It will be sited at Riverside in time for the park’s Open Day on Sunday 3 March (10am – 4pm).
The Delamere is priced at £265,000; the Havana is £275,000 and the Evolution is £300,000.
The park will also have available a pre-owned home, just six years old, at £110,000. This two-bedroom, 30ft x 16ft home is complete with decking.