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The Ashcroft

£122,496

Stoneley Road - Coppenhall - Crewe - Cheshire - CW1 4NG

3 bedroom Mews house

^ Images include optional upgrades at additional cost

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Opening times

Mon 11:00 to 17:30
Tue Closed
Wed Closed
Thu 11:00 to 17:30
Fri 11:00 to 17:30
Sat 11:00 to 17:30
Sun 11:00 to 17:30
  • Floor Plans

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    The_Ashcroft_GF
      • Kitchen3.39m x 2.57m
        11'2" x 8'5"
      • Living room/dining area4.68m x 3.88m
        15'4" x 12'9"
      Room Metres Feet and inches
      Kitchen 3.39m x 2.57m 11'2" x 8'5"
      Living room/dining area 4.68m x 3.88m 15'4" x 12'9"

      Where given room dimensions are maximums, ± 50mm, and include any fitted wardrobes or similar features.

      The_Ashcroft_FF
        • Bedroom 13.61m x 3.11m
          11'10" x 10'2"
        • Bedroom 23.46m x 2.67m
          11'4" x 8'9"
        • Bedroom 33.46m x 1.93m
          11'4" x 6'4"
        Room Metres Feet and inches
        Bedroom 1 3.61m x 3.11m 11'10" x 10'2"
        Bedroom 2 3.46m x 2.67m 11'4" x 8'9"
        Bedroom 3 3.46m x 1.93m 11'4" x 6'4"

        Where given room dimensions are maximums, ± 50mm, and include any fitted wardrobes or similar features.

      • Location

        • Current developments
        • Education
        • Healthcare
        • Leisure
        • Transport
        • Major shops

        Crewe is a very well connected railway community, the theory being that the town was named after the pivotal 1837 railway station, rather than the other way around!

        The station’s 12 platforms can take you pretty much anywhere you want to go in Britain: Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Cardiff and of course London, which is only 1 hour and 35 minutes away.

        But there’s more to Crewe than trains. There’s also good shopping, including the Grand Junction Retail Park, the huge green oval of Queen’s Park with its boating lake and attractions like The Crewe Heritage Centre and the Edwardian, grade II-listed Lyceum Theatre.

        The town has half a dozen secondary schools, plus Reaseheath College, which specialises in agriculture and horticulture.

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      • Development layout

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        Development layout shows how the development will look once it is complete.

      This development is managed by the North West Taylor Wimpey regional office