Silkash, Northstone’s first development of 150 homes, sits in the town of Westhoughton in Bolton and is just two train stops away from Manchester – perfect if you want to escape the big city but don’t want to leave it too far behind. It offers two, three and four-bedroom homes set within pedestrian-led streets and pocket parks to create a more neighbourly world and is surrounded by nature but with the convenience of local towns and cities close by.
The 17-acre Hall Lee Bank Park nature reserve north of the site offers woodland walks and a children’s playground and Westhoughton town centre is just 450 metres away where you’ll find a range of local amenities, supermarkets, public houses, restaurants, and leisure facilities.
Silkash also has a primary and secondary school on its doorstep and the famous town of Bolton within 6km is easily accessible by bus or rail as are Wigan, Blackburn and Leeds. Junction 5 of the M61 Manchester/Preston motorway is a 5 to 10-minute drive and new pedestrian and cycle routes will improve connectivity to many towns by foot and bike. Westhoughton itself is steeped in history with an industrial past. Its name comes from Old English language and the town is made up of several villages each with their own character.
Our spaces, homes and places are different. We use simple and intuitive Scandinavian design principles centred on creating the feelings of contentment, wellness and comfort. Our homes are creative, thoughtfully designed and cater to the needs of modern living.
To find out more about how we’re building a more neighbourly world, please pop along to our Huddle to hear more about how we’ve designed homes with you in mind.
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