Set in an idyllic traditional village location, Heathfields is a development of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes now open in the Cheshire village of Audlem.
The charmingly rural village of Audlem blends a secluded traditional feel with a thriving community, perfectly situated on the popular Shropshire Union Canal. The Shropshire Union Canal provides unique family-friendly destinations to explore along with providing unbeatable landscapes. The streets of Audlem village are filled with traditional wooden shop-fronts and flower displays whilst maintaining its picturesque village magic. The village is bustling with a wide range of shops, trades and local amenities. Both the Shroppie Fly and the Bridge Inn are the perfect spot to stop for a drink or a bite to eat and watch the world go by. Other food establishments include The Lord Combermere in the village centre, a fish and chip shop and various captivating cafes including the Old Priest House cafe which is popular with the many cyclists that visit Audlem.
Audlem is located at the junction of the A525 and A529 roads in South Cheshire, just north of the Shropshire border. Situated 7 miles south of Nantwich and 8 miles east of Whitchurch, Audlem is the perfect spot to commute to the North West and further afield.
With Help to Buy a 5% deposit is all you need to reserve, and you can even enjoy lower monthly mortgage payments.