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Breach Lane, Upper Tean, ST10 4EW
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Situated in the heart of the Staffordshire Moorlands, Cheadle Road offers appealing urban living in a rural setting, all within easy reach of Stoke-on-Trent and the historic market towns of Stafford, Uttoxeter and Cheadle.
With a range of attractive, modern homes, this new community is an ideal choice for first-time buyers, growing families and discerning down-sizers.
Choose from stylish two-bedroom terraces, welcoming three-bedroom semis or impressive four-bedroom detached homes, all designed with distinctive features, spacious layouts, smart storage and money-saving, energy-efficient tech.
Outside, you’ll find the same attention to detail, with courtyards, hedgerows and tree-lined trails adding to the traditional ‘village’ feel. There’s also easy access to nearby Upper Tean and the bustling marketplace of Cheadle.
Lying at the foot of the Peak District, North Staffordshire is known for its historic cities, bustling market towns, adrenalin-pumping attractions, hidden villages and winding lanes. And when you live at Cheadle Road, the county’s many charms are yours to explore. Take a stroll to a Grade II pub in Upper Tean. Head down the A50 to the Gothic splendour of Cheadle. Discover culture, independent shopping and heritage in Stoke-on-Trent, Stafford and Derby. Or, dig out your walking boots and get a bird’s eye view of your new home from one of the area’s many gritstone crags.
Hassle-free school runs
Good schools are refreshingly easy to come by at Cheadle Road. For the little ones, St Thomas’ Catholic Primary School and Great Wood Community Primary are perfectly placed in Upper Tean. And you’ll find a host of other Ofsted-rated ‘Good’ primary schools and pre-schools in Cheadle. Not to mention, The Cheadle Academy and Painsley sixth form colleges for older children.
Nature on your doorstep
While Cheadle Road is only a short stroll from the River Tean, nature lovers will want to make a beeline for the nearby reserves of Cecily Brook, Magic Tree and Palm Brook, for kingfishers, herons and water voles. Cycle to the spectacular Hope Stone, or ramble further afield to Staffordshire’s secret forest – Hawksmoor, and the tree-lined trails of Cannock Chase. And don’t forget, the rocky outcrops of the Peak District are only a 30-minute drive from home.
Your pick of local produce
Whether you’re heading out for local delicacies like Staffordshire oatcakes or your weekly shopping, you’ll find everything you need within two miles of home. Upper Tean is ideal for top-up shops. While in Cheadle, you’ll find a larger Morrisons, Asda and Iceland. For bigger shopping sprees, take a trip to Stoke-on-Trent and the Trentham Shopping Village or Piccadilly Arcade. Alternatively, snap up local crafts and fresh produce at the Makers’ Market in Uttoxeter.
Wall-to-wall history and heritage
You don’t have to be a history buff to appreciate the Georgian and Victorian architecture of Cheadle or the finest Victorian Gothic Church in the country - St Giles. And with ‘The Potteries’ of Stoke-on-Trent on your doorstep and over 1,000 of years of culture to uncover, you can delve into industrial heritage, iconic artists and fascinating museums and galleries every weekend.
Wild away days and white-knuckle adventures
When it comes to planning the perfect family getaway, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Trentham Estate, just outside of Stoke ticks all the boxes with a shopping village, Italian gardens and a wild monkey forest. Brush up on your snowboarding or skiing at Definition, go tropical at Waterworld, or saddle up at Cannock Chase Pony Trekking centre. Thrill-seekers will also want to make the four-mile journey to Alton Tower, for rollercoasters, rides, rapids and more.
A home close to everything
Situated just off the A522 Cheadle Road is only three miles from the Blythe Fields junction of the A50. From there, it’s just a 30-minute drive to Stoke, Stafford, Derby and Uttoxeter. Alternatively, you can hop on one of the regular buses on Cheadle Road into the centre of Cheadle, or make the short journey to Blythe Bridge Station. Once here, you can jump on regular direct trains to Stoke, Crewe or Derby.
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• FROM STOKE ON TRENT – Follow the A50 from Stoke-on-Trent, taking the A521 turn off at the Tean Roundabout. Continue on Uttoxeter Road until you see Breach Lane. Take Breach Lane, passing the Springfield Countryside Campsite and the Anchor Inn on your left. Then, take a left at the junction on to the A522 Cheadle Road. The development will be on your left.
• FROM CHEADLE – Follow the A522 Cheadle Road out of town, passing a large ASDA on your left. Carry on the A522, passed Mobberley. The development will be on your left, shortly before the historic Anchor Inn.
CHEADLE ROAD DEVELOPMENT (postcode for sat nav)