Sandbach is famous as a picturesque market town, known for the award winning floral displays that adorn this Cheshire town. There are Ancient Saxon Crosses in the market square and various other notable architectural features throughout the town, many of them designed by the acclaimed George Gilbert Scott. A fantastic selection of pubs and restaurants are dotted around town, with various shops and supermarkets providing the basic amenities you’ll require. As for sports and recreation opportunities, Sandbach houses a number of sports and leisure facilities, including a high quality golf course. The local countryside offers great beauty, with Wheelock Hall Farm a great day-trip option for young families, as well as a lovely selection of walking and cycling routes that can be used to explore and take in the area. For those wishing to explore further afield, Crewe is only five miles away with a selection of shopping options, restaurants and pubs. Beyond that, you can travel a little further and get the benefits of the big city fun of Manchester and Liverpool with their plentiful entertainment.
With strong transport links and its placement between the regions, Sandbach is a celebrated commuter town for those working in Manchester, Merseyside or the Potteries. Sandbach train station is less than a mile from this new development, while Crewe station is within five miles and provides direct access across Northern England and up to Scotland, as well as down to Birmingham and on over to London. Manchester Airport is around 15 miles away, with Liverpool John Lennon Airport within 25 miles, so it’s also a great location for those who want nearby options for overseas travel. There are quality options for primary and secondary schools within walking distance, making a new house in Sandbach an ideal option for young and growing families