You’ll love living in this fantastic location. With all the amenities you could wish for, picturesque countryside views and great transport links, it ticks every box. So whether you’re looking for your first home or somewhere for the family, Acorn View is a stunning place to call home.
Nestled in an established residential area, on the edge of Accrington, everything you need is on the doorstep. On Blackburn Road, next to the development, you’ll find independent stores, cafes, fast food outlets, a pharmacy and a large health centre.
Just a mile away is the centre of Accrington too. With its historic Town Hall, supermarkets, huge choice of shops, including some of your high street favourites, plus banks, bars and restaurants, it provides everything you need close to home.
But there’s more to this carefully-picked location than modern amenities. Surrounded by the countryside, there are lots of green open spaces to recharge the batteries and stretch the legs.
Acorn View is near the Leeds Liverpool Canal, which winds itself around the north of Accrington. You can pick up the towpath just a few minutes walk away from your door and it’s great for wildlife spotting.
Plus we all know the health and wellbeing benefits of getting closer to nature and here you are spoilt for choice. The meandering Tinker Brook is a short walk away. Or explore the 50 hectares of woodland and wetland of Woodnock Vale Nature Reserve. The community supported Rhyddings Park is also perfect for your fix of fresh air.
And for those who love being active, Hyndburn Leisure Centre, with its pool, gym, indoor and outdoor sports is nearby too.
It’s easy to see why this is a great location for growing families. Made even better by the excellent choice of schools nearby. Spring Hill Primary and St. Nichols CE Primary are both a short walk away. For Year 7s and above Accrington Academy and St Christopher's C of E High School Academy provides parents, and students, with great options.
With great access to the motorway and rail network, Acorn View is the perfect base to explore all this region has to offer.
Blackburn (5 miles), Burnley, (8 miles), Preston (16 miles) and Manchester (25 miles) are easy to get to. Between them, they have all your entertainment, culture and retail therapy needs covered.
It’s a region blessed with natural beauty too. Pendle Hill and the surrounding Ribble Valley are always popular with walkers and wildlife lovers. The Forest of Bowland is also an idyllic place to leave the stress of modern day behind and lose yourself in the natural wonder of this much-loved Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Thanks to the nearby M65, the Lancashire coastline is in easy day-trip territory. Blackpool and Southport are both just 35 miles away.